At BYU Apo was a four-year letterman and recorded 80 total receptions for 981 yards (12.3 ypc) and 13 touchdowns. His best season was as a freshman where he had 34 receptions for 453 yards and nine touchdowns. He was the FBS Independent Freshman of the Year and a Freshman All-American. Apo struggled with various injuries during his collegiate career (finger dislocation, should dislocation) but did put up solid numbers on his pro day (4.56 forty, 36.5-inch vertical, 11-foot-2 inch broad jump).
Apo was not selected in the 2015 NFL draft but did get an invitation to the Seattle Seahawk’s rookie mini-camp.
Where is he Now?
He now works in real estate and trains receivers (including several BYU recruits) with his Utah-based wide receiver training company MILE-WR.
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