Logan • Bobby Wagner, when he was drafted by the Seattle Seahawks, was in the bathroom. On Saturday, Robert Turbin was at his grandmother's house, lazily shooting free throws in the driveway when his draft call came.
The two stars who have been linked to Utah State football for so long will continue being teammates. Turbin, like Wagner, was taken by the Seahawks, in the fourth round, with the 106th overall pick.
Combine running back Michael Smith, who was drafted in the seventh round by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and USU's recruiting has a chance to reach new heights. Three of the four players drafted who played for schools in Utah played for Gary Andersen.