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BYU's Bronson Kaufusi, Utah State's Kyler Fackrell and Southern Utah's Miles Killebrew join Utah running back as players who may be taken on day two.
Running back tabbed by defending Super Bowl champion Denver in the fourth round.
Utah coach Kyle Whittingham noted that many players could get an opportunity — via draft or free agency.
Running back had a stellar career at Utah — leaving with two 1,000-yard seasons and a degree in sociology.
Earlier this week, Whittingham noted the quarterbacks, wide receivers and linebackers were among the areas making the biggest improvements.
Quarterbacks Brandon Cox and Tyler Huntley are slated to see extensive action in the camp finale at Rice-Eccles Stadium.
Utah head football coach Kyle Whittingham says quarterback-turned-safety Chase Hansen, who is coming back from an injury, is slated to pick up where he left off.
Utah is determined to keep on grinding despite disappointing end to an otherwise strong season.
Utah head football coach Kyle Whittingham is pleased with the progress after 13 practices. Only two sessions remain.
Conceptual plans call for a 2,000-seat facility on Guardsman Way. If money is raised and approvals granted, the Utes may have a new home in 2018.