BYU Football: Two Wide Receivers Emerging As Leaders According To Fesi Sitake
New WR coach is impressed with the group that he inherited.
Fesi Sitake was the offensive coordinator at Weber State the past two seasons
BYU concluded week two of spring football last week and one of the positions that have conjured up some question marks has been the wide receivers.
Last season, injuries hit the BYU football team hard and the wide receiver spot was no exception as the Cougars suffered injuries to some of their top-pass catchers. With a new offensive staff, a clean slate has been established for everyone in spring to have an opportunity to win a job in this offense.
New wide receivers coach has come away very impressed with many of his receivers, but two, in particular, are standing out. Junior Micah Simone is currently the “alpha dog” according to Fesi Sitake, and Akile Davis has been one of the pleasant surprises of camp.
Listen to Sitake discuss Simon and Davis more in-depth along with guys like Aleva Hifo, Inoke Lotulelei, and redshirt freshman Tariq Buchanan in this interview I had with Sitake for Cougar Sports with Ben Criddle on ESPN 960 AM, the home for Cougar Sports Wire!