Oft-injured BYU quarterback Taysom Hill announced via Twitter on Tuesday he was returning for the 2016 season.
Hill will be a fifth-year senior in 2016 after his previous senior season was cut short with a Lisfranc fracture in in the season opener against Nebraska. Hill has had three of his four seasons ended because of injuries.
Hill returning is certainly a boost for the Cougars. When healthy, Hill is one of the most dynamic dual-threat quarterbacks in the country. In 2013, his only complete season as a starter, Hill passed for 2,938 yards and rushed for 1,344 yards.
In 2014, Hill played in five games, passed for 975 yards and rushed for 460 yards before suffering a broken leg and a torn ligaments against Utah State. Even though he only played one game in 2015, he still passed for 268 yards and rushedRead More »from QB Taysom Hill tweets he's returning to BYU for a fifth season