Jensen was arguably the most valuable player on the field for Brighton on Friday night. He scored two touchdowns and converted on three two-point conversions. Jensen had a few key drops, but in the monsoon-like rains, it's impossible to fault somebody for dropping a pass. Ultimately, the drops didn't matter, as Jensen's 75 yard kick return to the house, followed up by his violent 2 PT conversion, where he barreled over a helpless defender won Brighton the game. Jensen never left the field, playing cornerback and wide receiver on every snap, not to mention returning kicks, punts, and punting the ball for Brighton. Jensen's versatility was on full display, and it was clear to see why BYU and Utah offered Jensen earlier this summer.