Colorado State tight end Kory Sperry is one impressive-looking dude. Both the Air Force players in attendance at the media days – senior defensive end Ryan Kemp and senior tight end Travis Dekker – said as much Monday.
Sperry is listed at 6-foot-6 and 250 pounds – a prototype frame for an NFL tight end. And I’d be surprised if Sperry wasn’t playing on Sundays in about 13 months.
BYU quarterback Max Hall, meanwhile, looks like a regular college kid. Hall, who was picked to be the conference’s offensive player of the year by the media, is listed at 6-1 (and that might be on tip-toes) and 201 pounds.