BYU football's official class of 2013 roster (+video)
Named 2nd team All-Southern Arizona helped the Gila Monsters average 323.6 rushing yards per game to lead the Western States Football League and score 31 points per game attended Mountain View High School, home of Max Hall and John Beck offensive MVP at MVHS team captain served an LDS mission to Salt Lake City also recruited by Arizona, Boise State, California, Colorado, Oregon State, Oregon, San Diego State, UCLA, UNLV, Utah, Washington and Wyoming.
Keegan Hicks : Offensive line 6-3, 285 , South Jordan, Utah, Bingham HS
Ranked No. 30 center by Scout.com helped Bingham to a 10-3 record as a senior, 9-3 as a junior and perfect 13-0 season and state title as a sophomore helped Bingham rushing offense to 202 yards per game and score 33.8 points per game rated No. 35 overall prospect in Utah second-team All-State honoree also recruited by Utah State and Utah.
Thomas Shoaf : Offensive line 6-6, 265, Columbus, Ind., Columbus North HS
A three-star recruit by Scout.com, Rivals.com and 247Sports rated No. 65 offensive tackle in nation by Rivals.com and No. 15 overall prospect in state of Indiana named first-team All-State in 2012 can get off the ball quickly with a 4.76 forty time totaled 30 tackles on defense including 3.0 tackles for loss on the defensive line as a senior also recruited by Ball State, Indiana, Iowa, Iowa State, Ole Miss, Purdue and Utah.
Billy Green: Quarterback 6-2, 196, Woodway, Wash., King’s HS
Mid-year enrollee is a two-time first-team AP All-State quarterback and Cascade Conference Offensive Most Valuable Player led King’s High School to an 11-1 season as a senior in 2012 completed 196 of 304 passes for 2,997 yards and 46 touchdowns the dual-threat signal caller also rushed 80 times for 432 yards and six scores passed for 2,397 yards and 40 touchdowns as a junior while adding four rushing touchdowns 2011 Football Universe Regional Top Gun MVP and National Underclassman Regional MVP also recruited by Notre Dame, Oregon State, UCLA, Utah, Washington and Washington State, among others.
Trenton Trammell: Defensive back 6-0, 190, Oakland, Calif., City College of San Francisco
Mid-year transfer from City College of San Francisco is an experienced cornerback with a 4.5 40-yard dash speed during his two years at CCSF, under head coach George Rush, he helped the Rams achieve a 22-2 record and advance to the state title game both seasons, winning the championship in 2011 ... totaled 57 tackles, including 43 solo takedowns, along with five interceptions and 22 pass breakups to help his team finish atop the NorCal Conference in 2011 and 2012 had a conference-best 19 passes defended in 2011 while helping the Rams earn the No. 1 ranking in the nation by JCfootball.com attended Bishop O’Dowd High School has three years to complete his two remaining seasons of eligibility also recruited by Boise State, Utah, New Mexico and UTEP.
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