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BYU football: Top 10 BYU commits from June camps during the Bronco Mendenhall era

Published: Monday, June 3 2013 2:10 p.m. MDT

Running back Jamaal Williams on the first day of BYU football's spring camp Monday, March 4, 2013, in Provo (Tom Smart, Deseret News) Running back Jamaal Williams on the first day of BYU football's spring camp Monday, March 4, 2013, in Provo (Tom Smart, Deseret News)

PROVO — It's no secret to those who follow BYU football recruiting that the team does most of its work during the month of June. Nine prospects committed during or shortly after camps concluded in the summer last year, and eight of the eventual 18 signees in 2012 committed during the same period the year before.

A lot of evaluation will again occur this June, with coaches holding an invitation-only junior day camp this coming Friday, which will be followed by two weeks of camps to conclude the month. BYU is limited in offers this year and will likely sign just 13-15 players for 2014, according to sources. If history holds, fans can expect a good portion of those eventual signees to commit during the next month.

Not all of these players were highly recruiting when they committed, but all have gone on to contribute to the program.

Here's a look at 10 of the top commits BYU has secured during or shortly after the June camp period since Bronco Mendenhall became head coach.

Bingham's #44 Remington Peck (CQ) rumbles in for the TD with Jordan's #25 Steven Morgan dragging behind as Bingham and Jordan play in State playoff Football at Bingham. November 7, 2008 Photo by Scott G. Winterton/Deseret News. (Scott G. Winterton, Dnews) Bingham's #44 Remington Peck (CQ) rumbles in for the TD with Jordan's #25 Steven Morgan dragging behind as Bingham and Jordan play in State playoff Football at Bingham. November 7, 2008 Photo by Scott G. Winterton/Deseret News. (Scott G. Winterton, Dnews)

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