Cougars 76-99

The G-man rounds out his ultimate reference guide by counting down the last quarter of the Cougar football roster. Numbers 76-99 include the bulk of defensive linemen in the program, as well as some very promising young wide receivers who look to make an impact in future years.

#76-Ray Feinga 6-5, 322 OL Jr. Along what should prove to be a dominant offensive line, Feinga may stand as the most dominant lineman of all. He has been practicing at right guard and looks as good as ever as the season is set to begin.

Feinga lost a lot of weight this offseason and is able to move better than he has in the past. During one-on-one drills where the OL goes up against defensive linemen and some linebackers, Feinga consistently dominates. Feinga, Travis Bright and Sete Aulai form a very solid middle of the OL.

#77-Ian Dulan 6-1, 274 DL So. Dulan hasn't missed a practice since the end of last season, as he's fully recovered from his broken leg and looking as good as ever. Dulan plays the left end of the line and has looked to improve on his true freshman year, which was cut short due to the aforementioned broken leg.

Dulan is likely the prototype DE Cougar coaches will look to bring into the program in the coming years. He has very good lower-body strength, which allows him to get low and maintain leverage in the 3-4 system.

#79-Manaaki Vaitai 6-3, 299 OL Fr. Vaitai is likely pegged for a redshirt year, given the vast depth of the offensive line. He has recently switched to center, where he may serve as an emergency option if both Aulai and Tom Sorensen were ever to go down with injury.

#80-Jordan Smith 6-4, 200 WR Fr. Smith looks every bit as fast as he did when he ran a 4.5 forty at BYU's camp, which solidified his scholarship offer. Smith looks fluid, fast and very promising so far this fall. Like most true freshman, he will likely redshirt due the strength of the top three-to-four WRs already in the program.

#82-Ryan Neely 6-0, 176 WR Jr. Neely hasn't seen any reps since the first week of fall camp due to injury. We've liked Neely for two years now as a solid option on the outside, but it's doubtful that he'll see much field time at this point due to missing almost all of fall camp.

#84-Jan Jorgensen 6-3, 260 DL So. Jorgensen has steadily gone about his business and improved upon his game, after putting together a very successful freshman campaign. Playing at the end position opposite of Dulan, Jorgensen could very well be argued to be the most consistent and productive presence on BYU's defensive front.

#84-Matt Marshall 5-11, 185 WR Fr. Marshall has had some catches during 11-on-11 drills while getting most of his work with the 3s on offense. He is likely pegged for scout team work this season.

#85-Landon Jaussi 6-4, 210 WR So. Jaussi presents a big body to the wide receiver corps and has had a very nice fall camp. He is up there with guys like White and Kozlowski as WRs who could be the first players off the bench should Allen, Reed or Collie go down.

#86-Daniel Tervort 5-11, 200 So. Tervort has missed the past week due to tendonitis issues. He should be healthy for Arizona, where he'll likely see field time as he backs up Mahuika in the slot at the HR position.

#87-Griffin Miller 6-2, 190 Fr. Miller has looked promising this fall as a bigger-type WR with great leaping ability. Like the other freshmen on the team, Miller is likely headed for scout team work as he redshirts this coming year.

#88-Andrew George 6-5, 240 TE George has been much more involved this fall than he was this past spring. He comes into play mostly when the team practices blue zone drills, but has been a steady option for Hall throughout the fall camp session.

George may have the best leaping ability of the three tight ends that will see playing time this year (with Vic So'oto and Dennis Pitta being the other two). All three have shown to be productive and will provide Max Hall with good options at the tight end position.

#89-Cortny Barton 5-9, 190 WR Jr. Barton is seeing reps with the 3s, but hasn't really separated himself as an option to return kicks, which is what he was looked at to do before arriving at BYU.

#90-Mosese Foketi 6-0, 270 DL Jr. Foketi started out strong, but has faded behind Eathyn Manumaluena and even Rick Wolfley in the likely nose tackle rotation. Foketi is athletic, but may be a bit undersized for the position. We'll watch Foketi closely to see if he makes strides to get back on top of the NT rotation this season.

#91-Judd Anderton 6-5, 270 DL Sr. Anderton is a backup at defensive end and has seen good production this fall. He has been in the program a while and will help to give Dulan and Jorgensen breathers during games this year.

#92-Brett Denney 6-4, 260 DL So. Denney has made a lot of strides this year, beginning in the spring when he rose his level of play to emerge as the chief backup option at defensive end behind Jorgensen and Dulan. Denney's play has allowed coaches to consider moving Dulan to NT, given the comfort level of the prospect of having Denney start at defensive end.

#93-Sean Sullivan 6-3, 240 DL Sr. Sullivan is seeing most of his reps with the 3s on defense.

#94-Brock Richardson 6-3, 265 DL Jr. Richardson is seeing reps with the 3s and 4s on defense at the nose tackle position.

#95-Kaneakua Friel 6-5, 225 TE Fr. Friel has looked good so far this fall, making coaches excited about his prospects. He is very raw at the tight end position, but is very athletic and should make some more noise as he learns the position.

#96-Matt Shirley 6-4, 200 TE Fr. Shirley has seen some good production this fall while playing tight end with the 3s and 4s on offense.

#97-Spencer Wolfley 6-4, 220 DL Fr. Wolfley is seeing most of his reps at defensive end with the 3s and the 4s on defense so far this fall.

#98-Steven Fendry 6-6, 232 DL Fr. Fendry is an intriguing prospect who transferred from Colorado. He has to sit out due to transfer rules, but will be someone we'll be watching with intrigue come next year's spring practice session.

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