Spencer Hafoka hauls in a long pass during Saturday's practice session.
McKay Jacobson has been burning it up from the HR position this spring.
Riley Nelson prepares to take the snap from Terence Brown, who has emerged at the center position this spring.
True freshman Jake Heaps directs the offense before the snap. Heaps looked like anything but a true freshman during his first spring camp.
Following spring practices, head coach Bronco Mendenhall raved about Joshua Quezada and his acclimation to the program.
In his bid to become BYU's starting quarterback, Riley Nelson has shown good ability in not only throwing the football but in running the ball out of the pocket as well.
Jake Heaps' strength is his pocket presence and ability to make all the throws, which he demonstrated throughout the spring.
We didn't get to see much of highly touted recruit Ross Apo, but that will change come fall as he looks to emerge as a top receiver in the program.
Offensive tackle Braden Brown takes time out of Saturday's practice to show off some disco moves.
O'Neill Chambers has quietly had a very productive spring in solidifying himself as the primary XR receiver.
Devin Mahina has looked very impressive at the YR position after returning home from his mission service and is neck-and-neck with Mike Muehlmann for the starting spot.
Mike Muehlmann made plays throughout the spring.