BYU football: Tanner Mangum wins co-MVP honors at Elite 11

by | Jul. 25, 2011

Saints & Sports

Tanner Mangum was named the Elite 11 camp co-MVP Friday along with Neal Burcham of Greenbrier, Ark., and Jameis Winston of Hueytown, Ala. In a separate set of awards, the Elite 11 camp counselors named Mangum as their lone MVP.

Being named an Elite 11 quarterback, let alone an MVP, marks the culmination of a lot of hard work.

“I’ve been working very hard on preparing myself, as hard as I’ve worked for anything in my life, and it paid off,” said the Eagle, Idaho, quarterback. “It‘s been great finding that work ethic in me, and it paid off at the end. I know that I can have similar success going forward if I work as hard as I did this week.”

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