Meet Dylan Flowers: Newest BYU Transfer

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Dylan Flowers is a defensive back who stands at 5-foot-11 and weighs 180 pounds. He transferred from Southern Utah on Janruary 30th.

We caught up with Flowers to learn more about himself before he heads to north to play for the BYU Cougars and their 1st season in the Big 12. In two seasons at Southern Utah, he played in 10 games with 8 total tackles.

1. What is your #1 goal from now to fall season?

My number one goal is to improve my speed and build off of my foundation. Getting more powerful as well as focusing in my technique and footwork as a cornerback.

2. If you had to compare your style to a NFL/college player , who would be the closest to your style?

I would compare my style of play of a mixture of Darrelle Revis and Tyrann Mathieu.

3. What major/degree are you hoping to purse in college?

I am pursuing psychology major.

4. Why did you ultimately decide to transfer to BYU?

I chose BYU because they chose me. As giving me a opportunity to play football but also they have been recruiting me since a sophomore in high school.

5. Obviously the NFL is the ultimate goal, besides that, what do you want to do post-college career?

Build off connections and relationships that help focus on the younger generations through sports and education.

6. What is a fact about you that most do not know about you?

I love cooking on my free time.

7. Who was your role model growing up?

Adrian Peterson was my favorite player growing up. But role model I would say my mother.