Little Change in Final Spring Two-Deep
Game Goes Down to Final Possession
Wyoming Offense Generates Five TDs, Defense Forces Turnover in Second Spring Scrimmage
Depth Chart Follows Completion of First Spring Scrimmage Last Saturday
Continued Progress at Quarterback and Receiver Please Head Coach Craig Bohl
Wyoming 28, New Mexico 23 - AP Photos
UW This Season: Nzeocha made another position change last spring moving to linebacker. He finished spring drills number one on the depth chart at Mike linebacker.
2014: Nzeocha appeared in all 12 games for the Cowboys at tight end. He finished the season with eight catches for 65 yards. He recorded two receptions for 22 yards against New Mexico with both being career highs. He also recorded the longest reception of his career of 16 yards against the Lobos.
2013: Nzeocha played in 11 games on special teams for the Cowboys. He was named to the Academic All-Conference team for his work in the classroom.
High School: Nzeocha played for the Franken Knights Youth Team, a club team in Neusitz, Germany. He also was selected to play on the Junior National Team by the Bavarian Football Association. Nzeocha was part of a German Junior National Team that placed fourth in the U19 European Championship in Spain. Nzeocha had one more year of eligibility available to him to play for the Franken Youth Team, but he chose to bypass his final year of youth football to sign with Wyoming.
Personal: Born April 1, 1993, he is the son of Antonie Petersen and Chris Nzeocha. He has three older brothers; Steve, Paul and Mark, who is a linebacker for Wyoming. He is pursuing a degree in business administration at UW.