Little Change in Final Spring Two-Deep
Wyoming Offense Generates Five TDs, Defense Forces Turnover in Second Spring Scrimmage
Continued Progress at Quarterback and Receiver Please Head Coach Craig Bohl
Pokes Practice Under a Sunny Sky and Temperatures in the 60s
Spring Game Scheduled for April 25
UW This Season: Cummings comes into fall camp as the number one left tackle on the spring depth chart. He will look to be one of the anchors of a young, but experienced offensive line.
2014: Cummings played in and started seven games for the Cowboys in his true freshman season. He made his first start of his career at Hawai'i helping the UW offense rack up 322 yards of offense. He help the Cowboy offense record 694 yards of total offense against Fresno State, which included a season-high 374 rushing yards.
High School: Cummings helped lead Valor Christian to the 2013 Colorado Class 5A state championship, culminating in a 56-16 win in the title game over Boulder Fairview. Class 5A is the largest classification in the state of Colorado. Valor Christian concluded the season with a 13-1 record. They were ranked as the No. 1 team in the state of Colorado and the No. 24 best high school team in the nation by MaxPreps.com. Cummings was part of a Valor Christian offense that led the state in scoring, averaging 47 points per game. A starter at right guard in 2013, Cummings and his offensive line mates helped pave the way for Colorado Player of the Year Christian McCaffrey (RB) and the Valor offense to rush for 3,177 yards, 49 touchdowns and an 8.2-yard average per carry entering the state championship game, while allowing only nine quarterback sacks. His head coach at Valor Christian was Rod Sherman.
Personal: Born April 19, 1996, he is the son of Lonnie Cummings and Elizabeth Locken. He has two siblings, Austin and Raena. He was also recruited by Colorado State, Colorado, Indiana State and Northern Colorado. He has not decided on a major at UW.