Super Bowl quarterback Steve Young, Olympic track star Henry Marsh and Outland Trophy winners Jason Buck and Moe Elewonibi will be the speakers at the BYU Football Motivational Seminar on April 7.

The seminar is free to the public and takes place at 10:30 a.m. in the Marriott Center. BYU's annual spring game, the Pigskin Preview, follows at 1 p.m. at the BYU Stadium.This is the third year a seminar has been held in conjunction with the spring game and attendance is growing each year, according to BYU assistant coach Chris Pella.

A seminar on drugs was held in 1988 and it evolved into a motivational seminar last year.

"These are the kind of speakers corporations pay lots of money to have represent them," Pella explains.

`Being able to attend a public seminar like this for free is a great opportunity for our fans."

Young quarterbacked the Cougars from 1981-83 before signing with the Los Angeles Express of the United States Football League.

He later joined Tampa Bay in the NFL and has played in the last two Super Bowls with the San Francisco 49ers.

Marsh, who holds a law degree, came out of nowhere to break the American record in the 3,000-meter steeplechase while a student at BYU in 1977.

Four times he broke the American record; three times has was ranked number one in the world, and for a record 11 consecutive years was ranked among the top 10 in the world.

Buck, who once slept under a wagon as a youth because his family was so poor, won the Outland Trophy in 1986.

He couldn't make his high school team on the first try but wound up being the starting quarterback.

Elewonibi, who didn't start playing football until junior college, won the Outland this past season.

He played soccer in Nigeria and Canada but in two years became an All- America lineman at Snow College.