WR Adam Frandsen is a big target for Snow

After going on his two-year LDS mission, WR Adam Frandsen (6-1, 191) was looking for a place to ply his football wares and it turned out Snow College had a familiar face that made him choose to become a Badger. Now he's ready to finish up his career in central Utah and move on to a four-year school. First though, he reflected on the two years he spent in Spain and how it changed him.

"Man, you just can't say how much it actually makes you different," Frandsen said about his two-year mission. "I matured mentally and basically became a man out there and then it also allowed my body to mature as well.

"I'm so glad I took that when I did because it just helped get me in the right mindset for what I'm trying to do with my life now and after I get done with college."

After he returned, Frandsen planned to go to Salt Lake City Community College to play basketball but thought better of it.

"Things just didn't work out up there so I started to look around and I found out my old high school (Box Elder) defensive coordinator (Justin DeCol) was there already so I just decided it was where I needed to be," Frandsen said.

As a freshman in 2006, Frandsen accounted for 29 catches for 630 yards and seven touchdowns, but he said he was rather one-dimensional.

"I was mainly on the outside and did most of my work out there," Frandsen said. "I used my speed (4.44) to run by guys, but this year I plan to run more inside stuff and be a better route-runner.

"That's what I'm really working on this offseason -- my routes. I want them to be crisper so I'm working on agility drills and cutting and mainting my speed through my cuts."

Frandsen was also a standout on special teams blocking two field goals and two punts in 2006 as well.

"I also got All-Region as a kick returner, but this year I plan on getting that and more at receiver," Frandsen said.

As far as recruiting goes, Frandsen has just started to hear from a couple of schools that he plans to check out over the next few months.

"Oregon and BYU are about it right now," Frandsen said. "I'll take a look at them. BYU is so close and I already know a lot about them, but I don't know enough about Oregon, so I'm going to check them out a little bit.

"I'm totally open to everyone. I don't know what will help make my final decision, but I do know I want to have the chance to play early. That is a big thing."

Frandsen will have three years to play two and he wants to major in Business wherever he ends up.

We'll have more from Frandsen as the evaluation period gets underway.

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