Whadaya say, Wayne? Should he maybe return punts too?
Seriously, you have to love these young men wanting so bad to help the team in
any way they can, that they set aside their own dreams, they volunteer to do
what is needed. All that AND willing to put it on the shelf for two years while
he serves a higher calling. That's my kind of man.
Let's see if I have this right:- It's OK to sign a high
school quarterback and have him play receiver at BYU.- It is
unacceptable (dishonest/criminal/foolish, etc.) for Utah to sign a high school
QB and convert him to a defensive player?Huh, that is
Having him on the field also gives the option for trick plays as well.
I really like this kid's attitude. A real team player. And from what I
understand, as the scout team QB last year he gave the first team defense
everything they could handle. I hope he gets a fair competition at the starting
position when he gets back from his mission.Good for him!
"- It is unacceptable (dishonest/criminal/foolish, etc.) for Utah to sign a
high school QB and convert him to a defensive player?"You have
it right Utah'95.
Utah 95, To be honest, I think that's just the cougar trolls
talking. Nice to see Bronco try to do the best for the young men AND the
@utah'95It would only be "dishonest" based on what he
was told and/or promised when he was recruited.I'm not sure how
it could be "criminal"? Exaggerate much?It would only be
"foolish" if you left yourself without any other viable qb's that
season.I'll leave it up to you to decide which coaches might
have done any of those things and when.
unfortunately BYU is in a quandary, what do you do with a guy that short, slow
and small? I was shocked that they even offered him a scholarship. He would
probably be better served at Div II or III.
Tanner Mangum should be starting QB after Hilll has graduated. If Kuresa wants
to play QB, he will likely do it on the sideline.
Using Alex in the wildcat formation would be sweet. Can't wait to see him
bust loose for a 30 yard bomb to Hoffman.