BYU quarterback Jaren Hall looks on during during first day of practice in Provo on Thursday, Aug. 4, 2022. Hall is excited about the new season — and optimistic.
Jaren Wilkey, BYU Photo
BYU quarterback Jaren Hall says he doesn’t have any goals or checklists for himself in what will almost surely be his final season in Cougar blue before he pursues his dream of playing in the National Football League.
His expectations for the team as a whole? Now that’s another story.
“I believe the sky is the limit,” Hall said Thursday after BYU logged its first practice of 2022 preseason training camp. “We have the potential to have a really good season, as a team.”
Showing more personality and enthusiasm than perhaps at any point in his five years in Provo, a relaxed, confident Hall made the rounds with reporters in the 95-degree heat at the outdoor practice facility and joked about everything from his golf game, to giving coach and recent fourth-time father Kalani Sitake tips on child care, to his decision to wear a long sleeve undershirt in practice to hide his muscular arms.
“I believe the sky is the limit. We have the potential to have a really good season, as a team.” — BYU quarterback Jaren Hall
Source:: Deseret News – Sports News