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  How many college football teams lost two of their top receivers, yet still have every reason to believe that the unit will be as good or better the next season? That's the situation BYU finds itself in as it prepares for the 2022 season. While it will certainly miss Neil Pau'u and Samson Nacua, the rest of the group appears to be deep and dangerous. The most pressure will be on senior Gunner Romney and junior Puka Nacua, both of whom have already demonstrated they are capable of making critical plays for the Cougar offense.

"The ceiling is really high for those guys," BYU wide receivers coach Fesi Sitake said at media day in Jun. "For both of them, I know the No. 1 thing on their minds is to stay healthy the entire season. If they do, they can both have monster years. But we've got to take it a game at a time. They are doing their part right now, working hard lifting hard, practicing, mastering the playbook, mastering their position, everything. But the expectations are high for those guys, and I think they're both thrilled for the upcoming season." While his older brother may not be on the team any more, Puka Nacua said Samson Nacua has still been passing on advice about how to get ready for pro football. "Durability is your best ability," Puka Nacua said his brother told him. "You have to always be available. It is a business at that point. They're investing money into what you do, so you have to make sure that your body is in the best shape it can be to go out there and do what you need to do. That is probably one of the most important things he has said." - Daily Herald


rJr/2023 WR Puka NacuaBrigham Young
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