Posted September 05, 2012 on byu.scout.com
There were quite a few true freshman players that saw the field during the Washington State game, such as running back Jamaal Williams and defensive lineman Remington Peck. Another true freshman who saw the field during BYU’s season opener was 6-foot-7-inch, 260-pound defensive lineman Bronson Kaufusi.
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