Dyse Shepherd of Thunder Basin will be taking his football skills to Montana State. The 6-4 tight end was named all-state in 4A for the last 2 years and caught 25 passes for 3 touchdowns in 2020. Shepherd was a 2nd team all-state pick on the defensive line as he recorded 5 sacks and 7 tackles for loss.

Thunder Basin finished 2nd in 4A in both 2019 and 2020 and Montana State already has a couple of players from Wyoming on their roster, Coy Steel and Garrett Coon from Sheridan.

MSU is coached by Jeff Choate who previously worked at Utah State, Boise State, Washington State, Washington, and Florida as an assistant. The Bobcats went 11-4 in 2019 with an appearance in the FCS semi-finals and will play a 6 game schedule starting in late February of 2021 due to the pandemic.

Dyse Shepherd
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