2019 signing day

These 18 are the RMs and others joining the team in 2019 Below are the 2019 signees. Click on each player pic to be directed to their profile on BYUcougars.com FEB 6 SIGNEES DEC19 SIGNEES

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‘Mission legs’ won’t hinder former Maple Mountain star QB Jaren Hall in transition to BYU

Every year, BYU has a handful of players who return from two-year Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints missions with “mission legs,” making them prime candidates for redshirt seasons or at least slow acclimatization for getting back into shape ahead of the upcoming football season. That’s not the case with freshman quarterback Jaren Hall, … Continue reading ‘Mission legs’ won’t hinder former Maple Mountain star QB Jaren Hall in transition to BYU

BYU football wide receivers developing aggressive identity and improved route running

Every time you watch a football game and see a wide receiver break free to make a catch, you can guess that they were aided by running a good route. “Route-running is patience and understanding what the defense is doing,” BYU senior wide receiver Dylan Collie said Monday after practice. “If you have that understanding, … Continue reading BYU football wide receivers developing aggressive identity and improved route running

Mon Aug20 Fall Camp stories

BYUCougars.com- LINEBACKERS PREPARING FOR GAME WEEK DURING FINAL DAYS OF FALL CAMP DesNews- Still no decision on BYU's starting QB KSL- Defense forming identity as BYU ushers in final week of fall camp 1280TheZone- Kalani Sitake says still not ‘enough separation’ at quarterback to name a starter for BYU

Zach Wilson describes being in the thick of BYU’s QB battle as a true (‘humbled’) freshman

If you are Zach Wilson, you have nothing to lose. Wilson, the true freshman from Corner Canyon High, is locked in a battle with senior Tanner Mangum to start the season opener at Arizona. Of course, he has that job to lose, but, really, everytime he gets reps with the first team, he’s playing on … Continue reading Zach Wilson describes being in the thick of BYU’s QB battle as a true (‘humbled’) freshman