The Armed Forces Bowl provides an intriguing match up for college football fans as BYU’s highly ranked defense battles Tulsa’s explosive offense. BYU’s defense is led by senior linebacker Jordan Pendleton and defensive back Travis Uale. Both teams are young and deep offensively. Tulsa’s best draft prospect is senior defensive lineman Tyrunn Walker.
|4th||Matt Reynolds||T||70||5Sr||Productive college blocker that is effective in pass protection as well as opening holes for the running game. Fundamentally sound, keeps his feet moving and shows solid lateral blocking range in pass protection. Does a nice job sealing defenders from the action as a run blocker. Injured throughout his Junior season yet still played good in 2010. Could make a big move up draft boards.|
|5th||Jameson Frazier||OLB||48||4Sr||Tough, strong 34 outside linebacker very effective at the line of scrimmage or in the box.|
|5-6||Braden Brown||T||75||4Jr||Solid pass protecting lineman that shows good lateral range and has nice size.|
|5-6||Braden Hansen||G||76||3Jr||Terrific underclassmen that shows dominant strength at the point of attack and the ability to easily controls opponents.|
|FA||Matt Putnam||DE||41||5Sr||Relatively athletic lineman that makes a lot of plays on the ball when he’s on his game. Academically ineligible for 2011.|