Nevada football's Demps primed to play big role on offense this season
RENO, Nev. —
It's no secret that the Wolf Pack football program is going to try and beat teams through the air this season, and that was music to the ears of one Nevada senior.
Wolf Pack wideout Wyatt Demps exploded on to the scene last season as a junior when he started eleven of twelve games for the silver and blue.
Wyatt led Nevada with 53 catches in 2016 for a career best 686 yards through the air.
He also caught nine touchdown passes, good enough for fourth best in the Mountain West Conference.
Demps was named preseason All-Mountain West by a pair of college football publications.
Watch the above video to see what Demps has to say about the new offense, and what his quarterback has to say about Demps being one of his targets this season.