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Top football players at BYU over the last decade who weren't highly recruited

Published: Monday, March 24 2014 2:14 p.m. MDT

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August Miller
Two-star recruit, 2002

Harline is remembered for scoring one of the most historic touchdowns in BYU history, but his career was much more than that. Harline started for two seasons and registered 121 receptions for nearly 1,800 yards and 17 touchdowns while being named First-Team All-Mountain West Conference both years. During his senior year, Harline led the MWC in receiving yards (935) and touchdowns (12). That year he was also named First-Team All-American by numerous publications.

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Mildred in Fillmore
Salt Lake City, UT

This proves that Bronco does more with less.

In other words, will over skill.

UteMiguel
Go Utes, CA

Uhhhhhh, did you forget a certain d-line man now with the Detroit Lions? How many stars did he get?

RevK
Glenwood, UT

Geez, no credit for Ziggy? Unreal guys. C'mon. He had to be the #1 zero to hero.

Ernest T. Bass
Bountiful, UT

They scoured the globe to pluck Ziggy. That was an incredible evaluation of talent.

BYU Fan in DC
Washington, DC

Ziggy was not mentioned because he did not play high school football in the US. That is how the star rankings are made.

TRUTH
Salt Lake City, UT

Kehl was wanted more by Utah than bronco.... .

Bronco has tons of talent that slips through his fingers every year that Lavale never missed!

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