Coy Steel was on pace to break Wyoming’s all-class receiving yards mark when he tore the anterior cruciate ligament in one of this knees during Sheridan’s 48-7 win over Cheyenne East on Sept. 18, 2015.
Steel had hauled in 18 passes for 333 yards and six touchdowns through his three-plus games. The state receiving record stands at 1,116 yards according to wyoming-football.com.
ACL injuries aren’t as catastrophic as they were as little as a decade ago, but they’re still not easy to come back from.
Steel, though, has returned full strength and is gearing up for his senior season. Continue reading