2022 players not returning: Brian Cobbs (NFL Training Camp Arizona Cardinals), NyNy Davis (Transferred to Louisiana-Monroe), Justin McGriff (Graduation), Garrett Walchli (Transferred to Montana State), Xavier “Ziggy” Williams (Transfer Portal)
2023 post-spring ball attrition: None
Returning players: Josh Davis, Malachi Keels, Ryder MacGillivray, Austin Okerwa, Quentin Riley, Kyrese Rowan, Jalen Royals, Otto Tia, Kyle Van Leeuwen, Timm Van Leeuwen, Terrell Vaughn
New Faces in 2023:
Zakkarii Black 5’9″ 140 (Rivals 2*) – Charter Oak HS, CA
2022 (Sr.) Stats: 33 receptions 438 yards 5 TDs; 110 carries 685 yards 7 TDs
2021 (Jr.) Stats: Stats Unavailable
2020 (So.) Stats: 16 receptions 206 yards; 15 carries 86 yards 1 TD
2019 (Fr.) Stats: 16 receptions 249 yards 2 TDs; 77 carries 868 yards 9 TDs; 15 tackles 2.0 tackles-for-loss 1.0 sacks 4 pass breakups 1 fumble recovery
Offers from: Grambling St, Montana St, Morgan St, Penn St
Primary Recruiter: Anthony Tucker, Kyle Cefalo
Colby Bowman 6’2″ 200 (247 4*) – Stanford University, CA – (2 years to play 2)
2022 (Sr.) Stats: 7 receptions 44 yards
2021 (Jr.) Stats: Played in 9 games on special teams
2020 (So.) Stats: Played in 6 games on special teams
2019 (Fr.) Stats: Did Not See Action at Stanford
Offers from: None
Original offers from: Arizona St, Boston College, California, Colorado, Nevada, Stanford, Vanderbilt
Primary Recruiter: Blake Anderson
Roman Brockbank 6’2″ 200 (NR) – Palomar Community College, CA – (Preferred Walk-on; 3 years to play 3)
2022 (So) Stats: Redshirted at Utah State
2021 (Fr.) Stats: 17 receptions 171 yards
Offers from: None
Cole Christensen 5’10” 165 (NR) – Lone Peak HS, UT – (Preferred Walk-on)
2022 (Sr.) Stats: 51 receptions 682 yards 9 TDs
2021 (Jr.) Stats: 42 receptions 735 yards 5 TDs
Offers from: None
Primary Recruiter: DJ Tialavea
Kahanu Davis 6’0″ 185 (NR) – Southwestern CC, CA – (3 years to play 2)
2022 (So.) Stats: 25 receptions 498 yards 5 TDs
2021 (Fr.) Stats: 11 receptions 85 yards
Offers from: Illinois St, Missouri St, Morehead St, San Diego, South Dakota Mines, Wagner
Primary Recruiter: Kyle Cefalo, Nick Paremski
Micah Davis 5’11” 185 (NR) – Iowa Western CC, IA – (3 years to play 2)
2022 (So.) Stats: 33 receptions 289 yards 2 TDs
2021 (Fr.) Stats: 47 carries 360 yards 4 TDs; 10 receptions 221 yards 2 TDs at Air Force
2020 (Fr.) Stats: Redshirted at the Air Force Academy; Played in 4 games
Offers from: Coastal Carolina, Indiana, Southeast Missouri St, Wyoming
Primary Recruiter: Kyle Cefalo
Arcelles Johnson 6’5″ 190 (NR) – Moorpark CC, CA – (3 years to play 2)
2022 (So.) Stats: 22 receptions 244 yards 4 TDs
2021 (Fr.) Stats: 18 receptions 197 yards 2 TDs
Offers from: Nevada, Northern Colorado, Tennessee Tech, West Virginia St
Primary Recruiter: Nick Paremski, Kyle Cefalo
Jackson Olsen 6’3″ 175 (247 3*) – Ridgeline HS, UT
2022 (Sr.) Stats: 31 receptions 452 yards 2 TDs; 13 completions 14 attempts 94 yards 1 INT; 12 carries 133 yards 1 TD; 85 kick return yards
2021 (Jr.) Stats: 63 receptions 1,125 yards 17 TDs; 4 carries 55 yards 1 TD; 4 kick returns 222 yards
2020 (So.) Stats: 5 carries 2 yards 1 TD; 1 tackle
Offers from: Idaho
Primary Recruiter: Kyle Cefalo, Blake Anderson, Anthony Tucker, DJ Tialavea
Grant Page 6’3″ 200 (247 3*) – University of Colorado – (4 years to play 4)
2022 (Fr.) Stats: Redshirted at the University of Colorado
Offers from: Lindenwood, Towson St
Original offers from: Colorado, Colorado St, Georgia Tech, Iowa St, Kansas St, Michigan St, Nebraska, utah, Wake Forest, Washington St
Primary Recruiter: Kyle Cefalo, Blake Anderson
Micah White 5’11” 185 (NR) – Ridgeline HS, UT – (Preferred Walk-on)
2018 (Sr.) Stats: 16 receptions 270 yards 1 TD; 59 carries 370 yards 3 TDs
2017 (Jr.) Stats: 19 receptions 184 yards 3 TDs; 8 carries 35 yards
Offers from: None
Primary Recruiter: DJ Tialavea
Regarding the NCAA-mandated eligibility freeze from the 2020 season, I’ve learned the player’s eligibility will continue to accrue. Once the player reaches his 4th or 5th season, depending on if the player uses a redshirt season, the player will have the option to return to school for a 5th or 6th season and continue playing one more season. The player will then move from being listed as a senior (Sr.) to a graduate senior (Gr-Sr.)
Junior Jaylen Royals ended spring ball sitting at the top spot of the depth chart at this position and I expect him to begin fall camp there as well. As a sophomore in 2022, Royals saw action in 12 of 13 games, including 1 start but did not record any offensive statistics. Royals was a late signing for the Aggies last summer after he began his collegiate career at Georgia Military College. As a true freshman at Georgia Military College (GA) in 2021, Royals played in a very run-heavy offense and he was only able to record 7 receptions for 92 yards and 2 touchdowns. Royals was a surprise attendee at the Aggies summer prospect camp last June where he was twice clocked at a blazing 4.32 40-yard dash. He has the rare ability to play in the slot and outside and with his speed, he is dangerous all over the field. His strong lower body makes tackling him a challenge for smaller defensive backs. At his JuCo he was used primarily out of the slot, running seam, and out routes. His superior speed and physical nature allow him to easily gain separation from opposing defenders. As long as he continues to maximize his reps and continue to improve, he will continue to remain atop the depth chart.
Redshirt freshman transfer Grant Page joined the Aggies in time for summer workouts. Page chose to become an Aggie over offers from Lindenwood and Towson State. Page spent the 2022 season as a redshirt freshman at the University of Colorado. Page has four years of eligibility remaining. Page was a very accomplished player at Fairview High (CO). In three seasons of varsity action, he amassed 173 receptions for 2,538 and 26 touchdowns. In looking at film the one thing that stands out to me is Page just makes things look easy. He has a smooth, effortless glide when running routes. Thanks to his background as a star basketball player, he can high point the football, and at 6-foot-3, that combination makes things very tough on opposing defenses. He has quick feet and that allows him to sell one thing and do another. He has the ability to get off press coverage, be physical, and run by opposing defenders. I’m not certain where exactly he’ll land on the preliminary depth chart but I’m expecting Page to be a major contributor much sooner than later.
Junior college transfer Arcelles Johnson joined the Aggies in time for summer workouts. Johnson joins the Aggies as a junior will 3 years to complete his final two seasons of eligibility. Johnson chose to become an Aggie over offers from Nevada, Northern Colorado, Tennessee Tech, and West Virginia State. As a sophomore at Moorepark Community College (CA) in 2022, Johnson snagged 22 receptions for 244 yards and 4 touchdowns. As a freshman in 2021, he grabbed 18 passes for 197 yards and 2 touchdowns. Johnson has a physical stature and junior college stat line that compares favorably to former Aggie 3-year starter Ron’quavion Tarver. He has tremendous size and the speed to make him a potentially dangerous threat in Blake Anderson’s wide-open offense. He has a wide catch radius and that benefits him on short and deep routes alike. He has long strides that help beat opposing defenders downfield. He is great after the catch and is good at escaping tackles. Due to Johnson not beginning to play football until his senior year of high school, I think he has a ton of untapped potential. I expect Johnson to come in and compete hard for the number two spot on the depth chart.
Competing to make a move up the depth chart is redshirt freshman Malachi Keels. Keels spent the 2022 season at Utah State as a redshirt. As a senior at Orange Glen High (CA) in 2021, Keels hauled in 55 passes for 1,005 yards and 12 touchdowns. As a junior in 2020, he snared 44 receptions for 868 yards and 9 touchdowns. As a sophomore in 2019, he recorded a reception for 12 yards. Keels is extremely athletic and has the potential to turn every catch into an explosive play due to his ability to run after the catch. He does a great job of high-pointing the ball and can outleap defensive backs. He is shifty and fast with the ball after catching a pass. Once he is in the open field he often outruns other players with ease. He has the explosiveness to thrive in the upgraded Aggie offense.
TIMM VAN LEEUWEN
Competing to enter the rotation is sophomore preferred walk-on Timm Van Leeuwen. As a redshirt freshman in 2022, Van Leeuwen did not see any action and spent the season on the Aggie practice squad. As a true freshman in 2021, Van Leeuwen sat out the season while redshirting. Van Leeuwen joined the Aggies prior to the 2021 season after returning from an LDS Church mission. As a senior at local Logan High (UT) in 2018, Van Leeuwen snared 65 receptions for 876 yards and 13 touchdowns. As a junior at Timpview High (UT) in 2017, he logged 6 receptions for 132 yards. As a sophomore in 2016, he recorded 2 receptions for 5 yards. Van Leeuwen is the younger brother of former Aggie wide receivers, Travis and Zach and current Aggie wide-out Kyle. Van Leeuwen is a tactician with route running. He has just enough speed that he can take it to the house if he gets a chance. He does a good job of finding the ball in the air and adjusting his body to make the catch. He isn’t afraid to go across the middle and make the tough catch in traffic. His footwork is crafty enough to beat press coverage at the line of scrimmage.
Adding depth to the position is redshirt freshman preferred walk-on, Quentin Riley. Riley spent the 2022 season as a redshirt while participating on the Aggie practice squad. As a senior at Meridian High (ID) in 2021, Riley hauled in 55 receptions for 741 yards and 7 touchdowns. Riley is an outside threat in every sense of the phrase. He caught deep ball after deep ball while at Meridian. He tracks the ball well in flight and can make adjustments accordingly while the ball is in the air. He has very dependable hands. He can catch the ball in traffic and under tight coverage.
Sophomore Otto Tia made an impressive showing during spring ball and finished at the top spot on the depth chart. As a redshirt freshman in 2022, Tia played in all 13 games, primarily on special teams but did finish the season with one catch for 9 yards. As a true freshman in 2021, Tia saw action in 2 games but did not record any stats and was able to maintain his redshirt status. He missed the 2020 season with a knee injury suffered during a high school all-star game. Once he sustained the injury the decision was made for him to grayshirt and join the team in January 2021 so that he could participate in spring ball. As a senior in 2019 at Northridge High (UT), he snared 33 receptions for 560 yards and 2 touchdowns. He also added 13 carries for 23 yards and 2 touchdowns. As a junior in 2018, he logged 31 receptions for 623 yards and a touchdown. Tia is the type of player who is dangerous with the ball in space. He can be used in multiple ways; over the middle, on deep throws, and on jet sweeps. He excels at picking up yards after the catch and finds another gear after securing the ball. He has an exceptional size that allows him to go up and high-point the football in the air. He has developed an on-field aggression that will serve him well throughout his career. I think he is a good bet to become a key player for the Aggies at some point in his career.
Transfer Colby Bowman is a graduate transfer from Stanford University who will enter the 2023 season as a junior and will have two seasons of eligibility remaining. He spent most of his time at Stanford as a special teams standout, however, as a junior in 2022, he did snag 7 passes for 44 yards. Bowman is a big receiver with game-breaking speed. He understands the game and knows how to get open. He is an excellent route-runner who changes directions smoothly as he swerves all around the field. He is hard to bring down after the reception as he keeps his feet moving after catching the ball in stride. He is a natural pass catcher with soft hands who doesn’t fight the football and he isn’t afraid to go over the middle. He catches the ball through contact and uses his body well to box out smaller defenders. He is also a very solid and willing blocker. Bowman has the opportunity to be a true deep threat in every sense of the phrase. I expect him to compete for a starting role immediately.
Junior college transfer Kahanu Davis joined the Aggies in January and participated in spring ball. Davis joins the Aggies as a junior with three years to complete his final two seasons of eligibility. Davis chose to become an Aggie over offers from Illinois State, Missouri State, Morehead State, San Diego, South Dakota School of Mines, and Wagner. As a sophomore at Southwestern Community College (CA) in 2022, Davis reeled in 25 receptions for 498 yards and 5 touchdowns. As a true freshman in 2021, he snared 11 passes for 85 yards. Davis is a skilled receiver who has honed his skill by setting up cornerbacks and making one or two moves to get wide-open. He is very good in the intermediate and deep routes. Once the ball is in his hands, he is capable of making every play explosive with his yards after the catch. He tracks the ball well in the air and does a good job of making the catch in stride to maximize the potential of each play. I believe that Davis has a very good chance of cracking the rotation in 2023.
True freshman Jackson Olsen joins the Aggies from local Ridgeline High (UT). Olsen chose to become an Aggie over an offer from Idaho. As a senior in 2022, Olsen battled back from an injury and contributed at several positions, posting 31 receptions for 452 yards and 2 touchdowns as a wide receiver. He had 13 completions in 14 attempts for 94 yards and an interception as a quarterback. He tallied 12 carries for 133 yards and a touchdown with the ball in his hands. He even recorded an 85-kick return. As a junior in 2021, he proved to be one of the most productive wide receivers in the state pulling in 63 receptions for 1,125 yards and 17 touchdowns. Olsen has great size for a player at the wide receiver position. He is a smooth route-runner and immediately turns upfield to fight for extra yards. He is a feisty player that will battle on every play. Olsen has great hands and a penchant for making difficult catches in traffic over the middle of the field. He is also a dangerous return man who is capable of finding the endzone at any time thanks to his outstanding field vision.
Battling to move up the depth chart will be redshirt freshman Austin Okerwa. Okerwa spent the 2022 season as a redshirt while participating on the Aggie practice squad. As a senior at Skyline High (UT) in 2021, Okerwa racked up 48 receptions for a whopping 1,011 yards, and 11 touchdowns. He also added 11 carries for 27 yards. As a junior in 2020, he missed the season with an injury. As a sophomore in 2019, he pulled in 29 receptions for 622 yards and 6 touchdowns. Okerwa is a tall, lengthy wide receiver. He has serious elusiveness and a smooth change of direction after catching the ball in traffic. He can also turn on the jets and beat defensive backs on deep routes thanks to his straight-line speed. His long strides make it easy for him to outrun defenders. He is especially dangerous in the short and intermediate passing game, turning short receptions into chunk yardage plays. Okerwa has big-play potential and should develop well at Utah State.
Adding depth to the position is sophomore Roman Brockbank. Brockbank spent the 2022 season as a redshirt while participating on the Aggie practice squad. Prior to joining the Aggies last season, Brockbank spent the 2021 season at Palomar Community College (CA) and snared 17 receptions for 171 yards. Brockbank is able to work in the middle of the field with no fear. He does a good job of tracking the ball in the air and will lay out to make the catch when necessary. He is a possession receiver in every sense of the word. Once the ball hits his hands, it rarely comes back out. He makes a living running the intermediate routes inside and outside and giving his quarterback sure hands to throw to.
Senior Terrell Vaughn had a surprise breakout season for the Aggies and he intends to build on that success in 2023. As a junior in 2022, Vaughn played in all 13 games and started in 10 while grabbing 55 passes for 624 yards and 5 touchdowns. He also turned 13 carries into 72 yards and another touchdown. Vaughn joined the Aggies last spring after spending the first two seasons of his career at Ventura Community College (CA). As a sophomore in 2021, he pulled in 58 receptions for 736 yards and 8 touchdowns. As a true freshman in 2020, he had a standout season totaling 91 receptions for 979 and 12 touchdowns. Vaughn is a small and shifty receiver capable of turning short passes into huge gains. He picks up yards after the catch with little issue. He runs smooth routes and changes direction effortlessly, leaving defenders scrambling to catch up to him. He has high-end speed that makes him a threat to score from anywhere on the field. He is another one of those guys that I like to say can “make guys miss in a phone booth.” He is also a weapon in the return game where he is a big-time threat with the ball in his hands. Vaughn is one of my picks to land post-season honors following the 2023 season.
After having started his career at Air Force and then moving on to a junior college, Davis is returning to the Mountain West. He will enter the 2023 season as a junior and have 3 years to complete his final 2 seasons of eligibility. Davis chose to become an Aggie over offers from Coastal Carolina, Indiana, Southeast Missouri State, and Wyoming. As a sophomore at Iowa Western Community College (IA) in 2022, Davis snagged 33 receptions for 289 yards and 2 touchdowns. He was a key piece in Iowa Western winning the Junior College National Championship in December. As a redshirt freshman at Air Force in 2021, he did a little of everything, recording 47 carries for 360 yards and 4 touchdowns, while adding 10 receptions for 221 yards and 2 touchdowns. As a true freshman at Air Force in 2020, he saw action in 4 games but did not record any stats and was able to preserve his redshirt status. Davis is a prolific route-runner who specializes in deep balls thanks to his releases at the line of scrimmage. He is dangerous with the ball in his hands, gaining immediate separation and reaching top speed right away. He is shifty, with “make guys miss in a phone booth”, type of footwork. He has great field vision and can also be used in jet sweeps and other plays designed to get him in the open field. He does most of his damage playing out of the slot. I believe he will play immediately for Utah State.
After turning in a superb spring ball session, sophomore preferred walk-on Ryder MacGillivray is working really hard to get on the field in 2023. As a redshirt freshman in 2022, MacGillivray saw action in 9 games, primarily on special teams, and did not record any offensive stats. As a true freshman in 2021, MacGillivray spent the season redshirting. As a senior at Provo High (UT) in 2020, he pulled 48 receptions for 726 yards and 5 touchdowns. As a junior in 2019, he logged 24 receptions for 396 yards and 7 touchdowns. As a sophomore in 2018, he was credited with a reception for 12 yards. MacGillivray is a bully at wide receiver, he will go up, over, and through opposing defensive backs to make a catch. However, catching the ball isn’t good enough, he’ll also plow through an opposing defender for extra yardage as well. He is just fast enough to take it to the house when he finds the open field. I think MacGillivray will crack the rotation in 2023.
Adding depth to the position is true freshman preferred walk-on Cole Christensen. As a senior at Lone Peak High (UT) in 2022, Christensen pulled in 51 receptions for 682 yards and 9 touchdowns. As a junior in 2021, he snagged 42 receptions for 735 yards and 5 touchdowns. Christensen does most of his damage out of the slot. He does not shy away from working in the seam against bigger linebackers, running quick slants, or sitting in a zone. He plays much, much bigger than his size, as he will aggressively go after passes over taller opposing defenders. He operates very well out in the open field. He has excellent speed which makes him a threat to take it to the house every time he touches the ball.
After a scary medical episode during spring ball, I’m hopeful that redshirt freshman preferred walk-on Josh Davis will be medically cleared to rejoin his teammates on the field. Davis spent the 2022 season as a redshirt while participating on the Aggie practice squad. As a senior at Carlsbad High (CA) in 2021, Davis pulled down 60 receptions for 944 yards and 10 touchdowns. He also added 4 carries for 47 yards. As a junior in 2020 during a covid shortened season, he tallied 13 receptions for 313 yards and 4 touchdowns and added 3 carries for 32 yards. As a sophomore in 2019, he saw all his varsity time on the defensive side of the ball racking up 72 tackles, 2.0 tackles-for-loss, 2 interceptions, and 4 pass breakups. Davis runs a good route. He has a willingness to make catches all over the field. He is dangerous with the ball in his hands and he is a threat to pick up yards after the catch after every reception. He provides a big target for quarterbacks and he has a wide catch radius. His time as a defensive back will help him diagnose opposing defensive coverages.
F – RECEIVER (SLOT; 4 WR Sets)
KYLE VAN LEEUWEN
Senior Kyle Van Leeuwen has been patiently waiting for his chance to show Aggie Nation what he can do. As a junior in 2022, he was off to a good start but suffered a knee injury and was forced to miss the remainder of the season. Prior to his injury, he had started the first 3 games of the year, catching 8 passes for 88 yards and a touchdown. As a sophomore in 2021, Van Leeuwen saw action in all 14 games and caught 8 passes for 63 yards. As a redshirt freshman in 2020, he saw action in one game but did not record any stats. As a true freshman in 2019, he returned from his LDS Church mission just in time to join the team for fall camp. He then spent the season as a redshirt. Van Leeuwen is the younger brother of former Aggie wide receivers, Travis and Zach Van Leeuwen and older brother of current Aggie wide-out Timm. Van Leeuwen can get in and out of breaks quickly. He possesses tremendous hands for a wide receiver and is a quarterback’s best friend. He is tough across the middle of the field and he is willing to do the dirty work that is required from a slot receiver. He has good speed and is a precise route runner. He has a bright future ahead of him in an Aggie uniform.
Looking to make a move up the depth chart is preferred walk-on senior, Kyrese Rowan. Although he is currently listed as a senior, Rowan does have one more COVID season of collegiate eligibility remaining. As a junior in 2022, Rowan saw action in 7 games, primarily on special teams but did catch 1 pass for 2 yards. Rowan joined the Aggies last summer after beginning his collegiate career at the university of utah. As a sophomore at the university of utah in 2021, Rowan saw action in all 13 games, primarily on special teams, and was credited with 1 tackle. As a redshirt freshman in 2020, he saw action in 4 games but did not record any stats. As a true freshman in 2019, he spent the season redshirting at the university of utah. Rowan is the son of Aggie Hall-of-Fame running back Emmett White. Rowan is a tremendous all-around athlete. He has quick feet and can get off the ball in a hurry. He is very tough for defensive backs to get a hand on at the line of scrimmage. After he makes a catch, he is very dynamic with the ball in his hands and can use a myriad of moves to gain yards after the catch. He can also be used as a jet sweep threat. He was also a standout defensive back in high school and that will serve him well in reading opposing defensive coverages.
True freshman Zakkari Black will enter fall camp fighting to move up the depth chart. Black chose to become an Aggie over offers from Grambling State, Montana State, Morgan State, and Penn State. As a senior at Charter Oak High (CA) in 2022, was a dual-threat out of the backfield catching 33 passes for 438 yards and 5 touchdowns, while also adding on 110 carries for 685 yards and 7 more touchdowns. He missed the 2021 season due to California High School transfer rules. In a COVID-shortened season as a sophomore at Maranatha High (CA) in 2020, he recorded 16 receptions for 206 yards and 15 carries for 86 yards and a touchdown. He was a hit as a freshman as well in 2019 as he snagged 16 receptions for 249 yards and 2 touchdowns, and took 77 carries for 868 yards and 9 touchdowns. Thanks to his time as a running back, Black is incredibly shifty. Although he isn’t very big, he is very difficult to bring down because it’s tough for opposing defenders to get a direct hit on him. He is blessed with breakaway speed, making him a threat to score every time he gets the ball. One of his best attributes is his ability to reach top speed so quickly. He is very versatile and can be used in the running game on jet sweeps and short bubble screens. I think he will eventually get involved in returning punts as well. I expect him to see the field much sooner than later.
Adding depth to the position is true freshman preferred walk-on Micah White. White joined the Aggies in time for spring football after serving an LDS Church mission. As a senior at local Ridgeline High (UT) in 2018, White played in only 3 games before missing the remainder of the season with an injury and snared 16 receptions for 270 yards and a touchdown, while adding 59 carries for 370 yards and 3 touchdowns on the ground. As a junior in 2017, he caught 19 passes for 184 yards and 3 touchdowns. White runs with a very low center of gravity which makes him tough to bring down with arm tackles. He is able to reach top speed in a few steps. He loves contact and isn’t afraid to bowl over opposing defenders. He catches the ball well and his excellent field vision allows him to gain multiple yards after the catch. White is a solid start to establishing a local pipeline with the local high schools.
PROJECTED 2023 PRESEASON DEPTH CHART
X – RECEIVER (LEFT)
81 Jalen Royals (6-0, 190, Jr., 1L, NR)
00 Grant Page (6-3, 200, RsFr., TR, 3*)
00 Arcelles Johnson (6-5, 190, Jr., JC, NR)
18 Malachi Keels (6-2, 190, RsFr., RS, NR)
20 Timm Van Leeuwen (6-2, 170, So., SQ, NR)
25 Quentin Riley (6-1, 185, RsFr., RS, 2*)
Z – RECEIVER (RIGHT)
15 Otto Tia (6-4, 220, So., 1L, 3*)
8 Colby Bowman (6-2, 200, Gr-Jr., TR, 4*)
14 Kahanu Davis (6-0, 185, Jr., JC, NR)
00 Jackson Olsen (6-3, 175, Fr., HS, 3*)
19 Austin Okerwa (6-1, 185, RsFr., RS, 2*)
27 Roman Brockbank (6-2, 200, So, JC, NR)
H – RECEIVER (SLOT)
0 Terrell Vaughn (5-7, 170, Sr., 1L, NR)
13 Micah Davis (5-11, 185, Jr., JC, NR)
84 Ryder MacGillivray (6-1, 180, So., SQ, NR)
00 Cole Christensen (5-10, 165, Fr., HS, NR)
21 Josh Davis (6-1, 185, RsFr., RS, NR)
F – RECEIVER (SLOT; 4 WR Sets)
9 Kyle Van Leeuwen (5-9, 175, Sr*., 2L, 2*)
26 Kyrese Rowan (5-10, 175, Sr*., 1L, NR)
00 Zakkarii Black (5-9, 140, Fr., HS, NR)
28 Micah White (5-11, 185, Fr., HS, NR)
Coming Up On Thursday: Tight End