It's going to be a good year for Wyoming in the 2018 NFL Draft. Although a lot of the talk has been about Pokes quarterback, Josh Allen, you can not mention football and not mention Casper native, Taven Bryan.

Bryan is a Natrona County High School graduate who played his college ball at the University of Florida as a defensive tackle. During his three year career, he had sixty-five tackles, four sacks and one interception. After his 2017 junior season, he decided to forgo his senior year and enter the 2018 NFL Draft.

TMZ Sports recently caught up with Bryan and his family. After they asked him some standard football questions, the reporters asked him what he planned on doing with the money once he gets drafted. Taven's response was honorable. He stated:

I might pay off my parents' bills.

His father, local fire fighter, Brandy Bryan, shot that down immediately. Check out the hilarious exchange in the video below.