BYU's 2011 football commitments
Name Position Weight/Height High school or JC City, State Fast fact
Austin Heder MLB 215/6-2 Pleasant Grove HS Pleasant Grove, Utah Rated No. 3 best MLB in West
Colby Jorgensen TE 215/6-7 Timpview HS Provo, Utah Brother of BYU linebacker Austen
Corbin Kaufusi DE 215/6-6 Timpview HS Provo, Utah Son of BYU defensive line coach Steve
Moses Kaumatule DT 245/6-2 Bingham HS South Jordan, Utah Great lateral range and quick feet
Alex Kuresa QB 160/5-11 Mountain Crest HS Hyrum, Utah Deseret News' Mr. Football in 2010
Ului Lapuaho OT 285/6-7 Hunter HS West Valley City, Utah A proven run-blocker
Lene Lesatele DE 245/6-3 Gahr HS Cerritos, Calif. Bench presses 320 pounds
Ryker Mathews OT 285/6-6 American Fork HS American Fork, Utah Played in U.S. Army All-American Bowl
Aulelio Olomua DL 235/6-5 Mesa HS Mesa, Ariz. Has 4.8 speed in the 40-yard dash
Manoa Pikula FB 230/6-1 Bingham HS South Jordan, Utah Has blocking ability, power and size
Baker Pritchard DE 240/6-2 Bingham HS South Jordan, Utah Brother of BYU linebacker Iona Pritchard
Adam Pulsipher MLB 230/6-2 Temecula Valley HS Temecula, Calif. One of Southern California's top linebackers
Brian Rawlinson OT 285/6-5 Oologah-Talala HS Oologah, Okla. Father and uncle played at BYU
Stehly Reden DE 235/6-6 Valley Center HS Valley Center, Calif. Has quickness and long arms
Matt Sumsion TE 210/6-8 Springville HS Springville, Utah Nephew of former Cougars Bart, Brad, Barry Oates
Kesni Tausinga DT 279/6-1 Bingham HS South Jordan, Utah A relentless pass-rusher
Utah 2011 football commitments
Sioasi Aiono OL 290/6-4 South Hills HS West Covina, Calif.ESPN.com's "best offensive line prospect" at Los Angeles Under Armour Combine
Isaac Asiata OL 319/6-4 Spanish Fork HS Spanish Fork, Utah First-team all-stater was a leader on the offensive line for the Dons
Zach Bolton OL 260/6-2 Klein Forest HS Houston, Texas Grayshirt originally signed last year but did not enroll until January 2011
Tevita Bloomfield LB 230/6-1 Hunter HS West Valley City, Utah Versatile athlete also saw action as a running back for the Wolverines
Joseph Bryant DB 195/6-3 Bryan HS Bryan, Texas Has 4.6 speed to go along with good size and athleticism
Nate Fakahafua WR 195/6-4 Highland HS Salt Lake City, Utah Class 4A MVP tallied 1,351 receiving yards and 17 touchdowns as a senior
Viliseni Fauonuku DT 290/6-0 Bingham HS South Jordan, Utah Averaged 5.9 tackles per game for the undefeated 5A state champions
Charles Henderson WR 175/5-10 McDonogh 35 HS New Orleans, La. Made 41 catches for 833 yards and six touchdowns as a senior
Daniel Kristensen OL 263/6-8 Cottonwood HS Murray, Utah Skilled athlete also plays center on the Colts' basketball team
Harvey Langi RB 220/6-1 Bingham HS South Jordan, Utah Highly touted back rushed for 1,309 yards and 16 touchdowns in 2010
Keith McGill DB 215/6-4 Cerritos College Norwalk, Calif. 37 tackles with seven interceptions and five pass breakups last season
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