Haslem, agreed he’s different than the 19-year-old who opted to go on his mission before he set out for college. He wanted to go then, he said, because he worried he might change his mind about it. His mission took him to rural western Oklahoma and northern Texas, and the people he met there weren’t a whole lot different than the folks from his home town of Morgan, Utah. Haslem, who was Utah’s state high school champion all-around cowboy in 2004, has always been a rough stock cowboy, focusing on bareback and bull riding. It’s no surprise he liked those events best. His father had done some bull riding, and one of the family’s Morgan neighbors is Lan LaJeunesse, a two-time world bareback champion.