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BYU football: Spring football recap

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Top offensive player: Easily, the award goes to Austin Collie. Carving out precision routes, using his speed and size and timing with Max Hall, the junior is due for a breakout season.

Top defensive player: MWC sack leader Jan Jorgensen has stepped up as the Cougar leader on that side of the ball and had an outstanding spring.

Most impressive newcomer: Receiver Spencer Hafoka, just off an LDS mission, stepped right in and began making plays alongside sophomore WR Luke Ashworth, also just back from a two-year sabbatical.

Biggest disappointment: The season ending patellar tendon tear to linebacker Terrance Hooks during a non-contact drill when nobody collided with him.

Biggest play: A Hall bomb to Collie that transversed 75 yards in 11-on-11 drills the Thursday before Saturday's Blue-White scrimmage.