Romney, who threw nearly 1,800 yards and 14 touchdowns for the Cougars, says he doesn’t know what the future holds for him.
Team BYU is losing another player.
Second-back Baylor Romney, brother of Gunner Romney, announced Friday on Twitter that he will not be returning to the Cougars in 2022.
“The past four years have been full of ups and downs but I’m grateful for the memories I’ve made and the person I’ve become playing at BYU,” Romney said in a message to fans. “I’m not sure what’s next but it’s time for me to move on and I’m excited for the next challenge.”
Romney re-emerged in 2018 and appeared in 16 games over the next three seasons. He accumulated 1,787 yards and hit 14 touchdown passes.
Romney joins returning executive Tyler Allgeier, Neil Pau’u and widely lined up James Empey are players who have publicly said they won’t be returning to BYU next year. Allgeier, Pau’u and Empey all announced that they would be declaring for the NFL Draft.
Shooter Romney until the day before the Independence Bowl had not announced whether he would return in 2022.
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