Data Scout Notes: 2017: (+) Coming off 11-11-17 Shoulder INJ...PMaxwell...2016: 2ndC...2015: NAC...2* JUCO
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Draft Scout Josh Allen News
12/05/17 - Another quarterback with a standing Senior Bowl invite is Wyoming redshirt junior QB Josh Allen (6-4, 233, 4.76, #17), who has already declared early for the 2018 NFL Draft. Underclassmen who graduate early are eligible for the senior all-star game, but Allen has yet to do so. There is a chance he will graduate this month, but if not, the expectation is for him to take classes into January to finish the remaining requirements to play in the Senior Bowl. Stay tuned. - Dane Brugler, NFLDraftScout.com
11/21/17 - Wyoming redshirt junior QB Josh Allen (6-4, 233, 4.76, #17) didn't suit up on Saturday due to his sprained shoulder, but he did make news by participating in the Senior Day festivities prior to the game. Nothing is official until he sends in his paperwork to the NFL, but Allen skipping his senior season was his plan entering the year so it isn't a surprise, regardless of how this season went. - Dane Brugler, NFLDraftScout.com
11/16/17 - Wyoming redshirt junior QB Josh Allen (6-4, 233, 4.76, #17) put together a strong first half against Air Force on Saturday night, completing 8 of 11 passes for 70 yards and two touchdowns. However, he took a hard hit to his shoulder on one of the final plays before halftime and received treatment. Allen attempted to play in the third quarter, but after his first throw, he removed himself from the game. He was diagnosed with a strain to the A/C joint in his right shoulder and is considered a "game-time decision" for Saturday. - Dane Brugler, NFLDraftScout.com
11/13/17 - Wyoming quarterback Josh Allen, who has been looked at as a possible high NFL draft pick next year, injured his right shoulder during the Cowboys' win over Air Force. Coach Craig Bohl says it's too early to say whether Allen will miss this weekend's game against Fresno State. Bohl described the injury as involving "soft tissue." He says Allen is receiving treatment and described his status as day-to-day. Allen injured his throwing shoulder Saturday during Wyoming's 28-14 win at Air Force. Allen left the game after Wyoming's first offensive series of the second half. Backup Nick Smith finished the game. Allen has thrown for 1,658 yards this season with 13 touchdowns and six interceptions. He has rushed 84 times for 207 yards and five touchdowns. - AP College Football
11/12/17 - Josh Allen paved the way for Wyoming's latest win, and his teammates closed it out after he went down with an injury. Allen passed for one touchdown and ran for another before being sidelined, and Wyoming's stout defensive play helped it weather the loss of its quarterback in a 28-14 win over Air Force on Saturday night. The Cowboys (7-3, 5-1 Mountain West) scored 21 of their points, including Kellen Overstreet's 9-yard touchdown run that capped the scoring with 8:51 remaining, off three Air Force (4-6, 3-3) turnovers. Allen completed 8 of 11 passes for 70 yards, including a 17-yard scoring pass to Jared Scott before being injured early in the third quarter. He also had a 2-yard touchdown run. "We felt confident we were going to win with or without Josh," said Wyoming running back Trey Woods, who ran for a touchdown and helped set up the Cowboys' final score. "Having him on our team is a big plus, but when he's not out there we know we can win it for him."
There was no immediate word on the nature of Allen's injury though he was ruled out for the remainder of the game. Allen walked off the field and was cradling his right arm before going into a medical tent on the sideline to be examined. Wyoming coach Craig Bohl did not elaborate on Allen's injury following the game but indicated the quarterback faced further medical evaluation. "We'll find out. We'll know a lot more tomorrow," Bohl said. "That's all I'm going to say." - AP College Football