Hometown: Denver, Colo.
One of the finest punters ever to play at Wyoming, Weil began his career as a walk-on in 1980 and finished his career as Wyoming’s first consensus All America in 1983. During his senior year (1983), he led the country in punting with an average of 45.6 yards per punt. For his career, he punted 231 times for 9,840 yards, an average of 42.6 yards per kick. A four-year letterman, Weil averaged 44 yards per punt in 1980, 41.4 yards per punt in 1981, and 40.6 yards per punt in 1982. He was seventh in the nation in punting in 1980, and led the conference in punting in 1980 and 1983. He was named First Team All-Western Athletic Conference in 1983. In the UW record books, Weil ranks fourth all-time in career punting average and owns two of the top-10 best punting seasons at UW (1980 and 1983). He also has the second and third best punting single games all-time (Sept. 17, 1983, vs. Air Force: six punts for 336 yards; and Nov. 1, 1980, vs. Colorado State: seven punts for 389 yards, respectively). After his collegiate career, Weil played professionally for the Denver Broncos and the Washington Redskins.