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BYU’s leading receiver says he’s returning for another year

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The NFL will come a calling for many an underclassmen in the next two weeks, but one of the most important pieces of BYU’s offensive puzzle apparently won’t be one of the ones who will answer.

On his Twitter account early Saturday morning, wide receiver Cody Hoffman confirmed he will be returning to the Cougars for his senior season.

“[P]roud to announce that I’ll be returning to BYU for my senior year with my boys!” Hoffman wrote. ┬áTeammate Ross Apo was one of many to tweet congratulations on the return.

The move is not surprising — as the Deseret News notes, Hoffman was leaning toward a return after being named offensive MVP of the Poinsettia Bowl — but it’s an official boon for BYU nonetheless.

Hoffman led the Cougars in receptions (100), receiving yards (1,248) and receiving touchdowns (11) in 2012.  The 6-4, 215-pound junior has a chance to leave BYU as the all-time leader in every major statistical receiving category.

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