Offensive line coach Jim Harding said he liked the depth of his group and could see the possibility of playing a rotation of eight or nine players by series to accommodate Utah's up-tempo offense.
"The guys have bought in and worked over the summer," Harding said. "Senior left guard Junior Salt adds a great deal of physicality. He's also demanding [of his teammates], but doesn't have to say a lot."
The Pac-12 Network crew was at Utah football practice today for their Pac-12 Football Training Camp special. Utah is one of their first stop on a road trip that will cover all twelve Pac-12 teams.
Former UCLA and Washington head coach Rick Neuheisel and said he thinks Utah is a good looking team this year, with upgrades at the skill positions, noting players like Delshawn McClellon, Kaelin Clay, and Kenneth Scott. On Wilson, he noted a quicker/shorter throwing motion, and Wilson does well on short, straight throws but struggles with the throws over the linebackers, which is where many of his interceptions came from last year.
Part three of the Camp Olympics was catching punts, and the Pac-12 Network's Mike Yam even got involved.
<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" lang="en"><p>That's a wrap from Utah! Catch the show tonight on <a href="https://twitter.com/Pac12Networks">@pac12networks</a> - 9p PT/10p MT <a href="http://t.co/K6qq5O27jO">pic.twitter.com/K6qq5O27jO</a></p>— Brenna Webb (@BrennaRWebb) <a href="https://twitter.com/BrennaRWebb/statuses/498926574222467072">August 11, 2014</a></blockquote>
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Point of View:
Coach Rick Neuheisel
Mike Yam and Rick Neuheisel getting set to interview Utah running backs Bubba Poole and Devontae Booker.
Jason Whittingham being interviewed by the Pac-12 Network
Several other members of the Pac-12 Network Crew