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From Pass Catchers to Pass Defenders

After BYU's already thin secondary became a little more skeletal last Saturday, BYU coaches made some drastic adjustments in order to shore things up in the defensive backfield. For starters, two wide receivers have made the switch from offensive prey to defensive predator.

With 5'11", 200-pound Round Rock, Texas receiver Breyon Jones and 6'1", 200 pound Itawamba JC transfer Michael Morris making the switch to defense, BYU's secondary got a little bigger and a little deeper. Following the TCU game the need for depth at the cornerback position became very apparent. "Yeah a couple of guys have been experimenting with the defense; Michael Morris and Bryon Jones are... Recommended Stories