Key BYU RMs to Watch in Fall Camp
BYU will welcome an army of return missionaries to the football program when the Cougars open fall camp on Friday.
During media day last month, head coach Bronco Mendenhall said that 18 players would join the program for the 2014 season.
Last week, it was reported that Corbin Kaufusi (6-9, 260 Fr.), the younger brother of Bronson, will not play football this year, but will walk on to the basketball team instead.
It appears that Kaufusi’s spot on the roster will be filled by Utah transfer Harvey Langi (6-2, 210 Fr.), who returned home earlier this month after serving his mission in Tampa, Florida.
With a number of holes to fill on the depth chart, all that new blood and infusion of talent is a welcome development for Mendenhall and his staff. Several of this year’s group of returned missionaries will be relied upon to make significant impacts on the field, and how they pan out may determine how high the program can rise in 2014.
In this article we’ll take a look at seven key RMs to keep an eye on during fall practices.