Great decision Star!Sacrificing TV time for sharing with 50 family
members and friends...Unselfish...like the program you helped build
my man! A Utah man...
Wise beyond his years. Great choice Star, and one you will never regret.
Hey baby,what specifically makes the Utah program unselfish. I not
trying to be a ute hater I would say the same to a BYU fan if they said the same
thing. I just think thats a weird thing to say
Class Act Star...they will all be there for you when you finish your career
Wonder who will be drafted higher, Star or Ziggy? Should be interesting!
hatch - I think baby was referring to Star being unselfish in his time at Utah -
could have been a first round pick last year, but chose to stay to help the
program and better himself.Great guy, happy for him. A true class
act!!Blue - who cares who gets drafted first? It's what is
done in the NFL after the draft that counts. That is why the U is so WELL
represented in the NFL, other schools, not so much! I hope Ziggy does well in
the NFL, he is a great story, as is Star. I hope they are both top 10 picks -
it will be great for the state. However, who gets picked first will mean
absolutely nothing. It will be good for Bronco, though, to FINALLY have someone
taken in the draft!
It sure would be interesting if Star gets drafted #1 overall. What will Goodell
do without the obligatory posed photo holding up the uniform and one finger?
I like the selflessness of Star...and I also think that either the staff at Utah
and/or the players have put the team first and individual second.I'm sure White and the other injured Utes last year would have loved to
try and play a little hurt...but sat out for the betterment of the team. I
think Nelson/Doman/Mendenhall might be guilty of putting player first last
year.Clearly there were at least two QB's at BYU at seasons end
that were better than Nelson.Agree?
I probably would not agree. Nelson was a disaster last year. hands down there
is no argument about it. I wouldn't say him trying to continue to play was
selfish. The other options were not as good as you think. Yes Lark was
impressive in the two games he played in but those were two terrible teams
anyone can throw for a million yards against new mexico state, and our best
option for quarterback in the bowl game would have actually been kyle van noy.
I don't defend nelson at all, he was terrible, but lark has never shown any
bit of promise since he was there. 'On a brighter note
congrats to star! great player, terrorized byu and i am glad he is gone. I
wish him the best. My original comment was just that his unselfishness and the
ute's program "unselfishness" dont really match up or make any