Kody Epps came through in a big way last season before having his freshman campaign short-circuited due to injury. The 5-foot-11, 187 pound speedster from Mater Dei High School played at his best versus some of the top programs on BYU’s schedule last season — most notably Notre Dame and Arkansas. Big things are anticipated from Epps in his sophomore campaign this season due to his unique and exciting skill set on top of his play last season.
GENERAL CONFERENCE WAS LIT!!!
ELDER OAKS IS THE GOAT!!! AND ELDER UCHTSKIIII pic.twitter.com/nv4oZq7jon
— Kody Epps (@EppsKody) April 1, 2023
“His stop and start ability is elite. His awareness in running routes and sitting in space, or finding space in zone coverages is also elite,” said Ben Criddle, host of Cougar Sports with Ben Criddle on ESPN960. “He’s savvy, smart and he’s put on good weight this offseason to make himself more durable. He’s come in as the No. 1 wide receiver candidate and his chemistry with Kedon Slovis this offseason has grown. As long as Kody stays healthy Kedon will have his eyes on him.”