BYU football: An updated overview of the Cougars' 2013 signing class
BYU has three committed, although two may find themselves playing on the defensive side of the ball. East’s Patrick Palau (5-11, 240) is a fullback in the mold of Manase Tonga while Herriman High’s Francis Bernard (5-11, 215) is more of a pure running back and will likely stay at tailback throughout his BYU career.
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