“In terms of depth, I feel it’s the best I’ve ever had,” said BYU Passing Game Coordinator Fesi Sitake, who is entering his seventh season overseeing the wide receivers.

Roberts again looks to be the top player in BYU’s receiving unit.

The veteran pass-catcher enters his fourth season in the program. He’s shown an ability to come up with highlight-worthy catches, including his acrobatic ome up with catches. Toughness has been a priority for Roberts and the wide receiver unit at large for BYU in 2024.

“We have a lot of vets that are ready to go this year,” Roberts said to KSL Sports’ Cougar Sports Saturday. “It’s our second year kind of together as a starting group. So we’re moving on to more of the advanced stuff. I feel like that’s huge for a wide receiver group, our offense, and for us as a team. So I feel there’s more continuity and that’s definitely a benefit.”

Along with Roberts, some of BYU’s top returning receivers include former transfers Darius Lassiter and Keelan Marion.

BYU football brings back experience at WR

Lassiter finished last year with 365 yards on 29 receptions and had one of the

Both players, who joined last year in the summer, experienced their first full offseason in the program and looked poised to take a step forward.

BYU also brings back Kody Epps for his fifth season in Provo. The redshirt junior had an up-and-down 2023 campaign that was plagued by injuries.