Utah quarterback Jordan Wynn was talking about the offense today after practice when he mentioned how good he felt about Utah's lineup of receivers.
"Each one of them has something unique about them," he said. "I'm excited to see what we can get done this year."
Everyone knows senior DeVonte Christopher is the go-to guy, but senior Reggie Dunn, sophomore Kenneth Scott, sophomore Dres Anderson and sophomore Quinton Pedroza have all had their moments in camp.
Anderson, who is slated to be Christopher's backup, said he is eager to get a chance to shine this year.
"I'm hoping I can be more of a leader this year and prove myself more," he said. "I want to get loose every time I get the ball."
Anderson was second on the team with 23 catches for 355 yards and three touchdowns last year. He said the offense is similar to what Norm Chow had, but felt there were more opportunities for big plays, which suits his style just fine.
"Everybody is getting the ball, it's going to be really explosive," he said.
- Lya Wodraska
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