BYU football: An updated overview of the Cougars' 2013 signing class
BYU currently has five linebackers committed, although some of the safety commits could certainly end up playing linebacker by the time they're done in Provo.
Trajan Pili (6-2, 215) from Las Vegas, Nev., committed very early and was followed by Nathan DeBeikes (6-2, 215) from Thousand Oaks, Calif. They were followed by Bountiful High's Rylee Gautavai (6-1, 210.) Johnny Ragin (6-3, 215) was thought to be the crown jewel of the linebacker class, but announced that he had decommitted from BYU and committed to Cal following a visit from the Bear coaching staff late Wednesday night.
BYU's most recent linebacker commit is from Chasen Andersen, the son of former Utah State coach Gary Andersen. Chasen is a 6-foot, 215 prospect who had previously committed to the Aggies, but switched to BYU following his father taking the head-coaching job at Wisconsin.
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