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Published: Wednesday, Oct. 16 2013 2:45 p.m. MDT

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Mildred in Fillmore
Salt Lake City, UT

Should be the first receiver selected in next April's NFL draft.

Kralon
HUNTINGTON BEACH, CA

Yet another great player who has turned out to be much better than expected, seems to happen all the time at BYU.

Hope you have a great year Cody!

Scott Farcus
Beaver, UT

Cody owes it all to Jake Heaps.

Jake owes it all to?

MacNasty
Rexburg, ID

Hoffman will set new records. He is a class act which is more than can be said for some Ute trolls that post on BYU articles.

Hill's passing is trending upward the last three weeks. He is still in the top 20 rushers of D-1 teams. Once BYU's O-line's play improves and stabilizes, Hill will be a terror for opposing defenses.

Hoffman will get his catches on Saturday.

SLCWatch
Salt Lake City, UT

@Scott Farcus:
Once again you leave us all wondering what you are talking about.

Thinkman
Provo, UT

Cody may have a decent shot in the NFL given his size and quickness. He has helped BYU quarterbacks be better than they actually have been - even though the QBs during his time at BYU has seen a drought of talent in that position.

BeSmart
Cheyenne, WY

sorry the 3 star teams are not winning National titles
can't be on the phone and type very well.

32843
PROVO, UT

@JohnInSLC

And so it goes and all's right in the world.

Have you noticed that my original comment, which was approved and posted by DN is now removed as well as Chris B's comments that was also originally published? Kind of makes you wonder what's going on. It'd sure be nice to understand what exactly the moderators are looking at and why one approved the comments while another disapproved and removed them. I got an email from DN saying that they received my comments and forwarded them on to the appropriate parties. What exactly does that mean?

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