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3 biggest takeaways from the 22 Forever Spring Game

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3 biggest takeaways from the 22 Forever Spring Game

Utah football’s spring camp is officially over, and the spring game will be the only opportunity to see how the revamped roster will perform until August. While there were many things for fans and the media to focus on, some takeaways, such as connections and individual performances, stood out above the rest.

The Rising to Singer Connection is Electric

Throughout spring camp, the Cam Rising-Dorian Singer relationship has shown great promise, and the spring game saw that connection flourish for the public to see. The opening drive for the red team revealed what had been brewing in previous practices. Rising finished 15-19 for 208 yards and two touchdowns, while Singer had five receptions for 92 yards. Singer is without a doubt Rising’s most talented target, and the fact that they’ve found their groove in such a short period of time makes any defense’s job in 2024 difficult.

Isaac Wilson is the Future

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Fans got their first look at highly touted prospect Isaac Wilson during the spring game, and he did not disappoint. In his first game action, Wilson went 6-8 for 115 yards and two touchdowns, giving himself a significant advantage in the QB2 battle heading into August. Fans and media alike were impressed by his efficient play and no-nonsense decision-making, and it’s clear that the program will be in good hands once Cam passes the torch.

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