April 30, 2024 |

Photo – Frank Crum – Courtesy gowyo.com

Former Wyoming offensive tackle Frank Crum signed with the Denver Broncos as an undrafted free agent on Saturday.

The NFL projected Crum to be a sixth-round pick going into the weekend.

The 6-foot-7, 315-pound Laramie native proved his speediness at the combine. Crum tied for the second-fastest 40-yard dash time among offensive linemen at 4.94 seconds. A third-generation Cowboy, Crum played right tackle most of his college career before moving to left tackle for his final season.

Crum was a first team All-Mountain West selection last fall and was named third team All-MW in 2022 by Pro Football Focus. He started 49 games at tackle throughout his six-year college career. He graduated from Laramie High in 2018.

Football is in chromosomes. Crum’s dad, Gary, was a team captain on UW’s offensive line in 1981 and earned All-Western Athletic Conference honors as a senior. His grandfather, Earl, lettered for the Cowboys in 1940.

A lifetime of dedication to the sport paid off this weekend.

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