BYU football players 1-25: No. 10 Caleb Etienne

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Big things are expected from a player who is unquestionably the biggest mass of humanity on BYU’s current football roster. Caleb Etienne’s 6-foot-8, 330 pound frame provides the Cougars with an enormous presence at the right tackle spot along the offensive front where’s fans hope to see a punishing run-blocker with advanced pass-protecting skills. A former starter for Oklahoma State, Etienne was a bit of a surprise transfer this offseason in hoping to reprise his starting role with the Cougars while improving his overall play.

“Caleb Etienne is probably one of the most physically-imposing offensive linemen BYU has ever had,” said Ben Criddle, host of Cougar Sports with Ben Criddle on ESPN960. “There’s a reason why (Oklahoma State Coach) Mike Gundy was pretty ticked off when he left the program, and why he chose to paint Caleb in sort of a negative way. So if you can extract his potential then he’s going to be very good at that right tackle spot, considering he’s already started at the collegiate level for a pretty good football program.”

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