Great way to go out for Sampson, I look forward to his return in two years, he
looks like he is gonna be a good TE for BYU.
Mahalo Duck Hunter, you are man that knows and recognizes honor.Ernesto de Bajo:Sometimes one must take one for the team brutha.
It is a tuff lesson, but one that Rhen will benefit from. The team is heading
into uncharted but exciting "Independent" waters and they will be
viewed as interlopers, some one who can only hurt your win loss record, so the
depth the team has will be called on during this season. the potential for hard,
and late hits will be alive and well for any Independent who is viewed as a
season spoiler.It is a long season, and players will go down, that
is part of the game, and even more so for an Independent.
Rhen Brown led all receivers. He seems to always do a great job in practice and
scrimmages but does not get consideration for reps at wideout during games. I
don't get it. I'd love to see the coaches put him in a game and see what
materializes. He may be a play maker in waiting, maybe not. Shouldn't we find
Bryan Sampson is the son of Coach Dale Sampson of Pleasant Grove. He is a great
young man. I don't think he has his mission call yet. Big brother Colt played
for the U a few years back. Can't wait to see him mature and progress.
Congratulations on a great catch and a great choice for your future. Big Hapa
said it well, you are now in the service of your fellow man and you will be
blessed for it.
Sampson what a stud to listen to Edwards and Nelson and let it all hang out nice
way to finish. On a more important note, your mission will cause a much bigger
wake of growth and life long skills then football will do for you. Sampson now
you are in the service of your fellow men, well you know the rest.Imua Ikailakani !
Hey for those who don't know this kid, he is a great kid! and I am not surprised
he is doing so well. Good luck on the mission Bryan.
Where is Sampson going on his mission?