In 2009, Matt Szczur (pronounced “Caesar”) was a force to be reckoned with on the football field. He tallied 2,239 all-purpose yards 816 as a kick returner, 813 as a running back and 610 as a wide receiver. The cherry on top of this all-around offensive onslaught was being named MVP of the national championship game, catching two touchdown passes and running for 159 yards as the Wildcats eked out a 23-21 victory over Montana. A similar performance in his senior year would almost certainly result in an NFL Draft selection, with NFL Network draft analyst Mike Mayock recently projecting that he would be chosen as high as the fourth round. Szczur, perhaps not surprisingly, was non-committal when asked which sport he was leaning toward playing professionally. “We’ll make those decisions after the football season,” he said. “Right now the focus is on football, to be

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