Mindgames - sorry, I missed the reference. I read that article too, rather
London_joshI was just referencing an article by Doug Robinson talking
about BYU basketball not recruiting foreign players and how Utah County
dominates the recruiting efforts. As I see it Utah County is a great recruiting
area and must be taken advantage of.I am grateful that Aidan is willing to
take his talents to BYU.
Mindgames,As a former cross country runner at Timpview, you
basically run past BYU everyday. Do you suggest blinders?I'm
not sure that I get your comment. Good school, 88% of those accepted to both
BYU and Utah choose it, great if you are LDS also. Congrats to Aidan.
BYU is very, very fortunate to get Aidan Troutner. He could have gone to almost
any school in the nation. He is a very humble, personable, centered kid who has
his head screwed on straight. . . yet fiercely competitive. The world needs more
Aidan Troutners for sure.
Wait...another Utah County athlete?Well maybe this last one, but the
pipeline needs to end here.
Congrats to this young man.
Congratulations to Aiden! He reportedly said, "I didn’t qualify for
NXN last year by one spot,” Troutner said. "Every single day this
summer, I had that in the back of my mind. Keep pushing so I could get
here." Motivation such as this surely is a key to obtaining any goal.
Adversity and challenge seem to be essential to success. Hope Aiden can help
the Y team reach the NCAA NXN Championship in the near future.