By Joe Jenkins
"The only people that spend more time on the field than Weddle each Saturday are the referees," Doug Robinson of the Deseret Morning News said in 2006.
After already establishing himself as the best defensive back in the conference, Weddle also chipped in on offense, rushing for 203 yards on 44 attempts.
Weddle's true calling was in the defensive backfield, however. The two-time MWC player of the year is the career leader in interceptions (18) in the conference and was a consenus All-American in 2006.
The San Diego Chargers drafted Weddle in 2007.