BYU football's official class of 2013 roster (+video)
Named a first-team All-Ventura County running back first-team All-Marmonte League and first-team All-Academic Ventura County MVP of the 2012 season at Thousand Oaks HS while being selected as a Scholar Athlete named All-CIF posted 91 tackles, returned nine kicks for 171 yards, rushed for 935 yards and 10 touchdowns and caught 44 passes for 390 yards and two scores in 2012 as a junior was first-team honoree in county and in league totaled 66 tackles, five sacks and three interceptions as a junior while rushing for 1,303 yards and 11 touchdowns in 2011 also recruited by Army, Boise State, Boston College, Colorado, Iowa State, Yale, Princeton and Utah.
JonRyheem Peoples: Defensive line 6-6, 298, Rigby, Idaho, Rigby HS
A three-star recruit rated No. 52 defensive tackle by Rivals.com rated No. 4 prospect in state of Idaho by Scout.com attended National Underclassman Combine in Boise and was named overall MVP and top defensive lineman recorded 65 tackles, five sacks, forced three fumbles, batted down three passes and blocked one field goal named first-team All-Area and All-Conference and second-team All-State Also recruited by Idaho, Oregon State, Utah and Utah State.
De’Ondre Wesley: Offensive line 6-6, 310, Pleasant Hill, Calif., Diablo Valley Community College
A three-star lineman from Rivals.com rated No. 126 among all JUCO players by 247Sports the No. 36 prospect in California from 247Sports also recruited by Arizona State, Colorado State, Fresno State, Oregon State, Purdue and Utah.
Tim Duran: Offensive line 6-4, 290, Puyallup, Wash., Cabrillo College
Can play tackle or guard a unanimous first-team All-Conference selection in the Coast Conference a first-team All-State honoree a Larry Siemering Award winner, given to the top offensive lineman a 2012 team captain for Cabrillo College a member of the honor society and dean’s list.
Moroni Laulu-Pututau: Tight end 6-4, 190, Hyrum, Utah, Mountain Crest HS
Rated No. 26 overall prospect in state of Utah by 247Sports caught 46 passes for 737 yards and nine touchdowns as a junior helped Mountain Crest to a 12-4 record as a senior and a berth in the state title game a three-sport athlete also recruited by Notre Dame and Utah.
Dallin Leavitt : Defensive back 6-0, 205 , Portland, Ore., Central Catholic HS
Rated No. 5 prospect in state of Oregon named Oregon Co-Defensive Player of the Year 2012 first-team All-State honoree No. 95 safety on Scout.com totaled 71 tackles including two sacks while forcing two fumbles and recording two interceptions as a junior in 2011, snagged six interceptions to go along with a sack and 62 tackles also recruited by Arizona State, California, Colorado, Hawai’i, Oregon State, Missouri, Stanford, Purdue, UCLA, Wyoming and Utah.
Trajan Pili: Linebacker 6-2, 225, Las Vegas, Centennial HS
Rated No. 7 prospect in Nevada by Rivals.com the No. 3 prospect in Nevada and No. 92 outside linebacker in the nation by 247Sports 2012 All-State defensive end a first-team All-Conference player on both offense and defense in 2012 played in the All-American International Bowl for Team USA a two-time All-Poly Camp MVP named top underclassman at BYU Nike Training Camp 2012 Army and Marine Combine Invitee recorded 67 tackles and seven sacks as a senior and also caught 13 passes for 204 yards and two touchdowns notched 79 tackles, five sacks and two forced fumbles in 2011 a scholar athlete all four years of high school also recruited by Stanford, Oregon, Nebraska, Cal Berkley, Utah, Washington, Nevada, Missouri and San Jose State.
Jordan Preator : Defensive back 6-0, 180, Plain City, Utah, Fremont HS
Totaled 107 tackles and eight interceptions in high school played some quarterback, passing for 376 yards but running for 1,169 yards and 12 touchdowns in prep career helped Fremont to an 11-3 record and to Utah 5A state title game in 2011 also played prep basketball for the Silver Wolves also recruited by Hawai’i, Utah and Utah State.
Brayden Kearsley : Offensive line 6-5, 298, Aloha, Ore., Aloha HS
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