2 former Cowboy football players heading to the NFL Combine


Easton Gibbs, University of Wyoming photo by Troy Babbitt

February 28, 2024 — Wyo4News Staff

It’s a big week for two former Wyoming Cowboy football players. Offensive tackle Frank Crum and linebacker Easton Gibbs will be testing at the NFL Combine at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, Indiana. According to the Wyoming Athletic Department, Gibbs will test tomorrow (Thursday), while Cum will have his testing day on Sunday.

The last time Wyoming had two representatives at the NFL Combine was in 2017, with lineman Chase Roullier and running back Brian Hill. Washington drafted Roullier in the sixth round of that year’s draft, while Hill went to the Atlanta Falcons in the fifth round.

Linebackers are scheduled to test Thursday at 1 p.m., with the offensive linemen working out Sunday at 11 a.m.


About Frank Crum

The Laramie, Wyoming, native played for six seasons at Wyoming, starting 48 of 55 career games. He played right tackle for the majority of his college career before moving to left tackle for this past season. Crum earned First Team All-Mountain West honors in 2023 from MW head coaches and media, First Team All-Mountain West by Phil Steele in 2023, and Third Team All-Mountain West Honors in 2022 from Pro Football Focus (PFF). He also earned Academic All-Mountain West Conference honors for five consecutive seasons.

About Easton Gibbs
Gibbs, a native of Temecula, California, ended his Cowoby career with the eighth-highest number of total tackles in school history. He was named First Team All-Mountain West Conference in 2023 by MW Coaches and Media, Pro Football Focus, and Phil Steele. Gibbs was also named to Preseason Watch Lists for the Chuck Bednarik Award for the nation’s outstanding defender, the Bronko Nagurski Trophy for the nation’s best defensive player, and the Butkus Award for the nation’s best linebacker.