Will Snowden Athlete Profile

#15 Will Snowden

Will Snowden
Position: Running Back Height: 5-10 Weight: 220 Roster Years: 1996-2000 Hometown: Boulder, CO Last School: Boulder

Personal

Born in Boulder, Colo.,...parents are Charles and May...father had a football scholarship and played for New Mexico St.,...older brother played football at the University of Colorado...married Courtney Winebrenner and they have three children, Dredan and Christian and Sibley...was the state chess champion in the sixth grade...loves to ski...has sung for years in the church choir...recruited by Michigan, USC, Arizona, Arizona St., and Oklahoma St.,...wants to be a coach...majoring in secondary education.

Before BYU

Prepped at Boulder High, where he lettered in football and track...was two-time All-Centennial League and all-county...played defensive back and quarterback before helping his team as a senior running back...rushed for 1,100 yards... coached by Dave Ramsey (Wisconsin).

Stats

Year   Rsh   Yds   Avg    TD   Rec   Yrd    TD
1997 36 122 3.4 1 11 70 1
1998 15 84 5.4 - - - -
Total 51 203 4.0 1 11 70 1



1997 | Freshman Year

Had 51 yards rushing, including a 32-yard run in the spring game...had a 16-yard rush and a 20-yard catch at Arizona St.,...had an 18-yard TD catch vs. Tulsa...scored a two-yard TD vs. Utah St.

1998 | Sophomore Year

Played in five games...rushed 15 times for a total of 84 yards...averaged 5.6 per rush.

1999 | Junior Year

Participated in spring drills...played in five games...had 48 yards rushing on 15 carries...had a season high 30 yards on seven rushes against New Mexico...had 28 yards on five catches versus Wyoming en route to being named top offensive back by the coaches.

2000 | Senior Year

Suffered a broken hand during spring drills. Played in 11 games for the Cougars...rushed three times for 19 yards, an average of 6.3 yards per rush and 1.7 yards a game...caught 13 passes for 98 yards, averaging 7.5 yards per catch and 8.9 yards a game...had a season-high three receptions for 24 yards against San Diego State...had a season-long 20-yard reception versus Mississippi State.