Here's my best take at what BYU's historical brand is for its offense:
QBs with strong arms that make good decisions - mobile enough to move around in the pocket and scramble
Receivers that run good routes and catch everything with good route combinations that get guys open. They don't necessarily have to be tall or fast.
RBs that can block and catch out of the backfield
Athletic TEs that get open and catch everything
Big OL that are good pass blockers
What am I missing? It seems like the move to be a strong running team has taken us away from our program's recruiting strengths. I'm sure this has been discussed before but the rushing yards stats below made me think about it. We need to get back to strong pass efficiency differential (right Indy?) and not focus so much on the run game.