BYU Transfer Portal
The Transfer Portal is big after opening after the 2022 season. BYU football is looking at several transfers but a few who have transferred in. These players are going to be big producers for the Cougars in 2023. This article will be kept up to date when more transfer into BYU.
Kedon Slovis QB Pittsburgh
Slovis played three seasons for the Trojans in those years he had 70% completion. In 2019 his best season so far was when he won Pac-12 Offensive Freshman of the Year. That season he threw 30 touchdowns. He had his worst season statistically last year with Pittsburgh he completed 50% of his passes and threw just 10 touchdowns.
I will always be grateful for Coach Narduzzi and the time I got to spend with all of my teammates at the University of Pittsburgh.
I’m excited for this new chapter and can’t wait to get to work. #GoCougs pic.twitter.com/yg0Sa4rXP6
— Kedon Slovis (@Kedonslovis) December 24, 2022
Isaiah Bagnah DE Boise State
Isaiah Bagnah from Boise State. Another transfer its helpful that the transfer portal is giving back to the Cougars. 6’4 225 Defensive end this will be another big addition for the Cougar defense.
— Zay Bagnah (@TheIsaiahB) December 21, 2022
Aidan Robbins RB UNLV
Aidan Robbins from UNLV transferred to BYU to play running back. Just finished with a 1,000 yards rushing season. Will Robbins be one of the solutions to this running back core and can he rush for another 1,000 yards this season.
— BYU FOOTBALL (@BYUfootball) December 21, 2022
Wyatt Dawe DT Tackle SUU
Wyatt Dawe from SUU a 6’2 280lbs defensive tackle. He is the younger brother of Zac, Parker, and Sam who also played BYU Football. This addition to BYU will be big in the Big 12.
— Wyatt Dawe (@DaweWyatt) December 22, 2022
Jackson Cravens DT Boise State
Jackson Cravens Defensive Tackle from Boise State at 6’3 285lbs. His transfer in is the third from the Broncos.
— BYU FOOTBALL (@BYUfootball) December 27, 2022
Weylin Lapuaho OL Utah State
Lapuaho from Utah State at 6’4 205lbs. This transfer is great after four offensive lineman have left BYU Football after this past season.
— Weylin Lapuaho (@LapuahoWeylin) December 31, 2022
— Ian Fitzgerald (@Ifitzlikeaglove) January 8, 2023
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