BYU football: An updated overview of the Cougars' 2013 signing class
BYU's offensive line play was underwhelming, to say the least, last season. A rash of injuries forced many young players into action, with the play of the offensive front suffering as a result.
Coaches will bring in at least six prospects who could add considerably to the overall talent level of the offensive line.
Bingham High's Keegan Hicks (6-3, 285) was the first offensive lineman to pledge and hold his commit to BYU. He was followed by JonRyheem Peoples (6-6, 300) from Rigby, Idaho, who could wind up playing defensive line. Other offensive line commits include Thomas Shoaf (6-6, 265) from Columbus, Ind.; Addison Pulsipher (6-5, 250) from Temecula, Calif.; and Josh Carter (6-5, 280) from Eastern Arizona junior college.
Other late offensive line commits include Quincy Awa-Dubose (6-3, 305) from Moorpark junior college; and De'Ondre Wesley (6-7, 300) from Diablo Valley junior college.
The prize of the OL class is Brayden Kearsley (6-4, 290) from Beaverton, Ore. The four-star prospect was the first commit of the 2013 class, but wavered big-time before deciding to re-commit to BYU late in the process.
Up next: Defensive line
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