Cougar Snapshots: 8/6/11

Total Blue Sports photographer Troy Verde was on the sidelines on Saturday catching images of some of the newest Cougars during their first day of college practice. BYU fans can also catch a peek of some of their veteran favorites in this edition of Cougar Snapshots.

Big 6-foot-3-inch, 277-pound true freshman Baker Pritchard stands fit and ready for his first day of college practice.

Back out on the field after missing last spring due to an injury, linebacker Tyler Beck runs through drills.

Rob Morris was focused and intense while working the linebackers through position drills on Saturday. Morris commands respect from the players and gave each player specific coaching.

After a stellar three years as a defensive line starter and two years as a missionary, Ian Dulan returns to the field.

Back from his mission, running back Adam Hine runs downfield on special teams coverage. Hine showed good speed for not having seen the field in some time.

True freshman wide receiver Terenn Houk runs through some drills.

Freshman Texas linebacker Teu Kautai goes through his first practice at BYU.

True Freshman Lene Lesatele lines up on the weak side.

Ol' number one was back out on the field and in action during Saturday's practice. Pendleton looked like he returned to his old form.

True freshman Manoa Pikula showed his speed while running through agility drills.

Back from his mission, fullback Iona Pritchard is looking to knock some heads.

Freshman Ryker Mathews looks to make some noise on the offensive line.

Although it's been two years since he's last seen the football field, safety Daniel Sorensen looks to be vying for a starting position.

Freshman offensive linemen Brock Stringham and Solomone Kafu jog during drills.


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