BYU Summer Football Camp – Week Two

BYU opened its final week of summer camp yesterday with several top-shelf recruits on display. Monday's camp session focused on basic skills and individual marks made by campers on the forty, shuttle run and vertical leap among other workouts.

The headliner of this week's camp is arguably wide receiver McKay Jacobsen from Southlake Carroll High School just outside of Dallas, Texas. Jacobsen is a 5'10", 180-pound wide receiver prospect who has verbally committed to sign a letter of intent to play at BYU.

Jacobsen demonstrated why he was offered so early by BYU and other programs when he ran a 4.38 forty then posted a 38" vertical leap. He also showed well running pass patterns and running basic drills.

Jacobsen brought many of a teammate along with him all the way to Provo. Jacobsen's teammates who will be here this week with him in camp include the following:

-Michael Prince; 6'4", 285; offensive line; currently holds 6 offers from division one programs

-Pat Benoist; 6'2", 225; linebacker

-Greg McElroy; 6'2", 210; quarterback

-Clint Renfo; 6'0", 165; wide receiver

-Corbin Smiter; 6'2", 225; wide receiver; ran a 4.5 forty during today's drills and had a vertical leap of 35"

-Evan Fentriss; 6'1", 200; wide receiver; reported a 4.3 forty time and recorded a 35" vertical leap

-Bryce Buford

-Bryce Jones; wide receiver

-Adam Powers; 5'11", 240; defensive tackle

-Joseph Agnew; 6'1", 198; safety; verbally committed to Tulsa

-Trevor Ashlock; 6'0", 180; safety

Pineview standout quarterback James Lark was also in attendance with several of his teammates. Lark hooked up with Jacobsen on more than one occasion during drills.

Cornerback/wide receiver prospect Rhen Brown (5'11", 175) is the younger brother of current Cougar Terrance Brown. Rhen turned heads recording a 4.40 forty and a 38" vertical leap while running smoothly through his drills.

Cottonwood High School cornerback Danny Payne participated as well, recording a 4.60 forty. He will be joined by teammates running back Stanley Havili and linebacker Zach Eldrigde later this week.

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