This is the time of year when all Cougar fans busy themselves and pass the slow spring months by…
Part 3: What did we learn from Spring practice?
On talent alone, the Cougars may have the deepest, most talented, albeit not as experienced group of receivers it has ever had. They can catch, burn opponents downfield, juke in the open field and use size to their advantage. However, most of them have one variable mentioned frequently throughout Spring Practice. We feel the talent level at WR, from top to bottom, is better than we've seen for a long while. However, that talent is relatively unproven, undeveloped and, yes, "young." Toby Christensen is the quintessential BYU receiver. He has average speed, moderate size, good hands and runs solid patterns. He's not going to drop your jaw with open field moves or burning a cornerback downfield on a fly pattern. What he provides is a steady and consistent receiver who knows how to get open and catch a lot of balls underneath the coverage and across the middle. At Spring practice, it seemed when all else failed, Toby Christensen was there underneath ready to...
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