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A Familiar Name on BYU's Radar
Returning to Snow Junior College after a successful first year out on the field is 6-foot-1-inch, 205-pound safety Ryan Comer. Comer, who greyshirted at Snow in 2005 prior to serving a mission to Houston, made an early impact in his first few games. "I had a pretty good year after coming back from my mission," said Comer. "I had two interceptions right off the bat in my first three games. After that I didn't have any for the rest of the year, but I had around six pass deflections and around 70 tackles with around 30 solo. I also had two forced fumbles and two fumble recoveries, so I had a pretty good year but struggled with a hamstring injury." As is often the case after taking a two-year hiatus from football, Comer had to continuously deal with injury issues in his first season back. "It was an injury that I tried to recover from over the year, but even with that injury I still had a pretty good year," Comer said. "When I got back from my mission, I worked really hard and ended up...
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