Cody’s Luke Talich Chooses Football at Notre Dame
Wyoming’s top prep football prospect is heading to Notre Dame to play for the Fighting Irish.
Cody senior Luke Talich announced his decision via Twitter on Wednesday, the first signing day for high school football players across the country.
Talich has starred in the last three seasons at Cody High School. He helped the Broncs win back-to-back titles in 2020 and 2021, and to a runner-up finish in 2022. Due to an injury in the semifinals, Talich did not play in this year’s Class 3A state championship game against Star Valley. Cody lost 14-7.
During his senior season, Luke threw for 1,682 yards with 25 touchdowns and only four interceptions. He completed 62 percent of his passes for an average of 152.9 yards per game and 19.8 yards per completion. Talich also led the Broncs with 582 yards rushing on 64 attempts and scored 7 touchdowns. Luke finished third on Cody’s defense with 87 points. He made 41.5 tackles, with 3.5 tackles for loss and one sack. Talich had one fumble recovery, one interception, and blocked two kicks. He was selected as the Class 3A West Conference Defensive Player of the Year. That division did not release any special awards with its all-state announcement.
A three-time all-state selection in his high school career, Talich played quarterback and safety for the Broncs.
He held offers from Oklahoma, Utah, Oregon State, Colorado State, and Wyoming among other schools.
Congratulations Luke, from WyoPreps. Best of luck in South Bend, IN.