The top 10 plays of Utah State spring camp: 5-1

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By now, you have probably perused through part one of my list (if you haven't, you can do so right here )and can't wait to mock me endlessly for the plays I chose and how I ranked them. I can take it, go ahead... Go on... Finished? Good. Now I can give a whole new list for you to mock me with! Presenting the top five plays from Utah State spring football; and seriously, try not to think of the fact that we have to wait four more months until this all starts back up again. It will just put you in a bad place.

Over the should, no problem for Swindall

Number 5: Brandon Swindall's over the shoulder TD.
The second appearance of Mr. Swindall on the list; the last two weeks of camp, Swindall really stepped up his game. He'll be the go to guy for Chuckie in the fall.

Devin Centers...tip drill master

Number 4: Devin Centers' pair of phenomenal picks.
Centers had arguably the best spring for any defensive back; always seeming to find himself in the right place at the right time. Both of these interceptions show great awareness from the sophomore; I can only hope he took a few shots from his teammates for getting caught by an offensive lineman on his 80 yard return.

Braelon Roberts lays out for the TD

Number 3: Braelon Roberts diving touchdown.
Roberts, a redshirt freshman, nearly saw playing time last season because of his play making ability; it looks like we'll be seeing plenty of that ability this fall.

Vigil calls his shot

Number 2: Nick Vigil's Pick Six.
Just forget for a second what a great catch it was and how Vigil recovered his balance to take it to the house; what makes this even more impressive, it was the first play of the two minute drill and Vigil called his shot! Vigil and Kyler Fackrell are going to be scary in 2014.

Oh JoJo...

Number 1: JoJo Natson's ridiculous catch.
I don't even feel like I have to defend this; great adjustment, magnificent leap, and the ability to keep control of the ball after that landing....THE best play from spring football.

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