Video: BYU wide receivers wear GoPro cameras at camp

Thanks to advancements in technology, we get a closer look at the field of play and a better idea of what it’s like to be a high level athlete than ever before. And thanks to the BYU Cougars football team, we can now see what it’s like to go through a practice at the college level.

BYU released a cool video from a recent practice that was recorded by wide receivers who were strapped up with GoPro cameras.

The wide receivers went through warm ups, ran routes and caught passes from quarterbacks Taysom Hill or Tanner Mangum, who are currently battling for the starting position, in the highlight package.

Who do you think has better zip on the ball: Hill or Mangum?

Ever wondered what it's like to catch passes from @T_Hill4 or @tannermangum? #BYUFOOTBALL #FALLCAMP #GOPRO pic.twitter.com/GNNAXeQNIR

— BYU Football Video (@BYUFBvideo) August 11, 2016

BYU opens the 2016 season on Saturday, Sept. 3 against Arizona at University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale.

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