Bolingbrook High School running back Omar Stover made a written commitment to the University of Wyoming last week.
Another Bolingbrook High School football alum will play college ball. Omar Stover will play for the University of Wyoming in 2013. The running back graduated early from BHS and will attend spring semester classes at the University of Wyoming. Stover recently signed his letter of intent with his parents and varsity football coach John Ivlow by his side. He chose Wyoming over an offer from North Dakota. Get news in your inbox. Sign up for the Patch newsletter. Like Bolingbrook Patch on Facebook.
Junior figures to play key role for 2011 Raiders football team.
Bolingbrook High School football coaches have been touting Aaron Bailey as a special talent for more than a year. College recruiters have apparently taken notice. Bailey, the 6-foot-2-inch 200-pound junior quarterback who helped lead the Raiders to a 5-5 season last year, is already starting to get college scholarship offers from some of the NCAA's biggest names. According to the Bolingbrook Raider Football Facebook page, Bailey picked up offers from Colorado State, Illinois, Iowa, Minnesota, Northern Illinois, Northwestern and Purdue over the summer. After a torrid start to the season, Bailey was injured in Bolingbrook's 32-20 victory over Joliet West in the Raiders' fifth game of the 2010 campaign. Bailey, who's father played in the NFL…