#21 -- Jamaal Williams: Williams has been the workhorse among the Cougar running backs. He nearly broke former BYU running back Harvey Unga's, who is currently with the NFL Chicago Bears, freshman rushing record. Williams has good vision and core strength that allows him to play a physical north and south game. His ability to run between the tackles compliments Taysom Hill's speed in the option-run game.
#2 -- Cody Hoffman: Hoffman broke every receiving record formerly owned by now NFL Patriot receiver Austin Collie. At 6-4, 210-pounds, Hoffman has become BYU's all-time reception leader, all-time receiving touchdown leader, and BYU's all-time receiving yards leader after raking up 113 yards against top 25 ranked Wisconsin. Hoffman is the most prolific pass catcher in BYU history, which says a lot about his abilities given the history of the modern passing game developed at BYU by Coach Edwards in the 70s.
#57 -- De'ondre Wesley: At 6-7, 330-pounds, Wesley has done a relatively good job at right tackle for the Cougar offensive line. Coming from the junior college level, Wesley has steadily improved and has stepped up his level of physicality and consistency of play. In the past BYU's offensive line has struggled to establish a physical culture among the group, but Wesley has definitely helped establish a more physical presence on the line.
#33 -- Paul Lasike: Formerly a rugby player from New Zealand, and a player that helped BYU win a rugby national championship in 2012, Lasike is a power runner. At 6-0 and nearly 230-pounds, Lasike has the size of a fullback but is considered a running back at BYU. He has very good speed but is still young in the sport of football despite being a junior in college. Lasike has proven to be a good one-two punch complimenting the speed of Jamaal Williams with a ground and pound physical game between the tackles.