Although college basketball is in full swing, nothing can really replace the passion for the pigskin. Here are some upcoming dates to give you an off-season football fix, and help you plan your spring break (Provo in March), family reunions (Indiana in October?), and fall ward camp-outs (pick the Weber State game if you have to).
Jan 21--East West Shrine Game, 4pm Eastern, NFL Network
Matt Reynolds will be playing in this senior showcase event.
Feb 1--Signing Day
The Cougars anticipate signing 16-18 athletes in a small but loaded 2012 Class.
Feb 22-28 NFL Scouting Combine
Matt Reynolds is likely to be the only Cougar at this invite-only affair.
Mar 5-30--Spring Camp
This is one of the earlier starts for spring ball, and should allow the players to wrap up early and focus on finals.
Early or Mid March--NFL Pro Day
NFL scouts descend on the indoor practice facility en masse, to test and time many of BYU's 19 seniors hoping for a shot a the League. Keep an eye out for Matt Reynolds, Jordan Pendleton (if he is ready to go), and a pair of defensive linemen: Hebron Fangupo and Matt Putnam..
Apr 26-28 NFL Draft
Again, Reynolds is likely to be the only Cougar selected, but watch for a few to sign free agent contracts and tickets to fall camp.
Early August (TBA)--Fall Camp Begins
Camp should open with plenty of new and returning talent, and the annual optimism and accompanying expectations.
Sep 1--Opening Kickoff at Home vs. Washington State
Opening day is always much anticipated... But, you should also keep in mind the following games for planning purposes:
Sep 8--Weber State
Sep 22--Boise State
Oct 20--Notre Dame
Date for annual JC signing. We already have one.ReplyDelete
Yes, the signing period for mid-year transfers (JC signees) is from Dec 21-Jan 15. Signing Day on Feb 1 is for high school athletes and JC's that are planning to enroll in the summer or fall.ReplyDelete
Ian Dulan? He's not going anywhere. He redshirted this past season after returning from a mission, which albeit came at unusual time, after playing for three years.ReplyDelete
Thanks for the catch...ReplyDelete