Analyzing the signing classes for the BYU Cougars, Utah Utes and Utah State Aggies

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  • plyxply SLC, UT
    Feb. 11, 2019 4:08 p.m.

    Bottom line is USU had the best team on the field last year. Utah still can't recruit anyone who can actually catch a ball, and whenever I hear about BYU trying to find a suitable RB I think of how they completely dropped the ball and let Josh Davis go to Weber State. Stars mean nothing, zero, and anyone who trumpets how great their schools recruiting class was is living a pipe dream with nothing else to cheer for.

  • Aggies#1 MURRAY, UT
    Feb. 10, 2019 6:30 p.m.

    And Utah State will continue to be the best team in Utah. So much for the recruiting rankings. Go Aggies!

  • Ak_ute Anchorage, AK
    Feb. 8, 2019 11:25 a.m.

    "NevadaCoug - Overton, NV
    Feb. 7, 2019 1:08 p.m.
    BYU gets a lot of recruits that are committed to BYU early on. Thus, other schools tend not to work too much to pursue them, which means they don't show up too highly on these recruit rankings. This happens with other schools, too, but the system is flawed. If a guy grows up always wanting to play for Alabama, then the ranking services say, "Alabama offered him, he must be really good!" even though other schools may or may not pursue him heavily."

    I have to agree with you on this. I look at Sione Vaki that Utah landed. The recruiting services had Heimuli and To'oto'o in the same conference and locked as the best players in Northern California, But The northern Cali magazine named Sione Vaki as MVP and put him on the cover of the magazine! He was a lock for Utah, so his star rating stayed at 3. If he wasnt a lock, he may have had more stars than the previous players stated.

  • Cougsndawgs West Point , UT
    Feb. 8, 2019 9:54 a.m.

    I think Utah ended strong with a great class...ranked lower because of less recruits needed this year, as someone already suggested. BYU is a dumpster fire right now, and only the most delusional of fans would argue that. Holmoe has done a very poor job, and how fans and administration still support him is beyond me.

    As for other arguments about recruiting services and stars, there's a whole lot wrong with how some people view how recruiting services work, but I'm just going to leave that alone...not worth it.

    Congrats to all kids with schollies. Wish all of the you the best regardless what team you signed for!

  • Brave Sir Robin San Diego, CA
    Feb. 8, 2019 7:54 a.m.

    @cosmos cousin

    "All in all, it appears to me BYU signed the best class out of the 3 schools in the state."

    Haha that's an awesome post!

  • My Rash is Red ,
    Feb. 8, 2019 7:26 a.m.

    @ Real Ute/aka Utes-PAC12 - canada, 00
    Feb. 7, 2019 12:53 p.m.

    "I wish Utah would refrain from recruiting LDS kids that want to serve a LDS mission. The greatest LDS athletes ever never served a LDS mission until later in life, or not at all. There are many ways fine LDS pro athletes can serve, have and do later in life. I can rattle-off all the names, but I think most people know."

    So which do you dislike more: BYU or the LDS church or its members Mike? What did any of them personally do to you to cause this disdain and obsession?

    Keep track of your luggage and cut down on the letters and you will be just fine.

  • Jello is Good ,
    Feb. 8, 2019 7:25 a.m.

    Actually BYU's average stars for recruits has gone up significantly since independence.

    9 years as Independent: 2.65

    previous 9 years in MWC: 2.1

    Not the same bump a P5 invite would have brought, but still a significant bump. It's not that BYU is dropping, it's that you are comparing to Utah who now is in a P5 and can pull recruits like one.

  • JackRyanSLC Salt Lake City, UT
    Feb. 8, 2019 7:24 a.m.

    I’m very happy about our average player rankings. Our low number of players leaving really hurts our overall ranking because is the 50 percent emphasis on quantity. It is not a debate, this is our strongest average player ranking ever. Add the 4 star QB and linebacker that are transferred in, this class is incredible. For the uneducated out there...transfers to count for your overall rating.

  • Sparkley Briefs New York, NY
    Feb. 8, 2019 6:41 a.m.

    BYU is getting pretty much the same recruiting classes that it has always got: very good LDS athletes who have grown up wanting to go to BYU, local state talent not heavily recruited by big-name schools, a smattering of Polynesian and African Americans who are good players, but don’t have many P-5 offers, and a really good QB prospect or two. Back in the glory days, this formula was great because BYU played 1-2 strong teams and then beat up on the rest of the WAC. Now, BYU plays 4-5 strong teams a year, and Utah and Utah State have significantly upgraded their programs to where BYU is no longer a dominant program in the area. I think Sitake has done a pretty good job landing players in his recruiting profile. BYU will continue to win its share of games, but the glory days are long passed - pun intended.

  • ManUMan Snowflake, AZ
    Feb. 7, 2019 11:56 p.m.

    ESPN ranks Utah’s recruiting class 61st in the nation and 11th in the PAC12. (just ranked power 5 programs) if that’s the best of the Utah schools, that is a sad state of affairs. Still, amazing how Utah schools compete with sub par talent.

  • 2020 Herriman, UT
    Feb. 7, 2019 11:51 p.m.

    @ Utes-PAC12 - canada, 00
    You are missing the point. Great athletes that didn't serve missions have nothing to do with whether or not athletes that go on missions are good for the college teams they play for. Bryce Harper didn't serve, but Utah was still better for having Chase Hansen. If Bryce Harper had served, maybe he doesn't become as successful in the majors, but he still would have made any college team better. The RMs that made great college players were still great college players, regardless of athletes that didn't go on missions, or regardless of whether or not they went on to be pros themselves. Do you think Auburn wishes they would not have recruited Bo Jackson because he got injured in the NFL?

  • 2020 Herriman, UT
    Feb. 7, 2019 11:32 p.m.

    Utes-PAC12 - canada, 00

  • Rockarolla West Jordan, UT
    Feb. 7, 2019 10:45 p.m.

    Just like any recruiting class, you can't tell how good the class is until those players get on the field. Missionaries and returned missionaries affect the programs of all 3 programs. Thats what makes recruiting so different in the state. BYU's program is the most affected because they have many more missionaries in their program.
    I for one think that this is a great time of year. On paper it looks like all the teams did well in recruiting . This year I think that BYU did the best based on what all the pundits had to say with Utah second and USU third. However, what the talking heads say means very little. What no-one can measure is how a kid will grow and how much heart they have when going up against players with the same skill level as they have. Time will tell. Good luck to all.

  • Naval Vet Philadelphia, PA
    Feb. 7, 2019 10:05 p.m.

    NevadaCoug:

    "Well, duh. Who said that? Certainly not me."

    You absolutely DID say that. You said when you'd said...

    "BYU gets a lot of recruits that are committed to BYU early on. Thus, other schools tend not to work too much to pursue them, which means they don't show up too highly on these recruit rankings."

    ...and...

    "To summarize:...Kid wants to play for BYU (or Utah, for that matter!), lets other schools know that so they don't pursue him too heavily, low stars or no stars.....Kid wants to play for Alabama, lets other schools know that so they don't pursue him too heavily, higher star ranking, because Alabama!"

    See? You're leaving it up to the coaches and recruiting coordinators to determine the value of a recruit. You're suggesting that ESPN, 247, and Rivals -- the "most accurate" of all recruit rating services -- rate kids based on which schools/coaches offer the athlete. But it doesn't work that way.

    Here's how it works: ESPN, 247, and Rivals -- the "most accurate" of all recruit rating services -- watch the kids, and rate them.

    And that's it. It's that simple. What Saban, Meyer, Swinney, or Petersen think of a kid does NOT influence the rating services.

  • Cosmo's Cousin Holladay, UT
    Feb. 7, 2019 10:05 p.m.

    All in all, it appears to me BYU signed the best class out of the 3 schools in the state.

    Andrada is going to come in and be an impact player from the start.

    If Wilson is healthy come fall, and if this great class pans out, I predict BYU will finally get over the hump and beat Utah.

  • THEREALND Mishawaka, IN
    Feb. 7, 2019 7:14 p.m.

    @76Cougar

    FYI, 247 Sports ranks BYU's recruiting class 8th out of all their 2019 opponents. So, I am going to keep laughing at BYU, because most of your non-rival opponents are. And considering BYU'S schedule will not even get them into the CFP, there really is nothing to get excited about if you are a fan. So, you might as well laugh about it too.

  • PhineasGauge St Paul, MN
    Feb. 7, 2019 7:09 p.m.

    @76cougar - With the two signees today, the Utes moved up to 6th. If they sign Puka Nacua they would move up to 5th. Nothing to laugh at there.

  • 76Cougar Raleigh, NC
    Feb. 7, 2019 6:32 p.m.

    instead of laughing and ridiculing BYU’s signings, if you are really ute fans you should be concerned that 247 Sports ranks u 9th in the pac 12 and 5th in the south division anead of only Arizona. So, you can keep laughing at BYU, but most of your conference rivals could be laughing at u.

  • Uteology East Salt Lake City, Utah
    Feb. 7, 2019 6:24 p.m.

    Oh Really? - Salt Lake City, UT
    Feb. 7, 2019 8:33 a.m.
    @long last

    Time was BYU won every month of the year. That’s what makes being a Cougar fan frustrating lately.

    -------

    It's been over 25 years since BYU could consistently beat Utah.

    It's been 10 years since BYU could consistently beat Utah State

    Time to face reality before Weber State passes you by. Under Sitake BYUs talent has dropped considerably, from 60s to 90s rankings.

  • NevadaCoug Overton, NV
    Feb. 7, 2019 5:47 p.m.

    "Neither the coaches, nor their recruiting coordinators award athletes "stars"."

    Well, duh. Who said that? Certainly not me.

    How does saying that ranking services give more credence to a kid being recruited by Alabama than one being recruited by Miami-Ohio turn into a person saying that coaches award "stars"? Please explain that logic to me.

    Do you really think that if there is an unknown kid in Wyoming, who is a stud and is pretty much unknown, that if he is only getting offers from local schools that he is going to get a high star rating? Of course not. But as soon as an Alabama-type school finds out about him and starts offering, his star rating jumps up just because the Alabama-type takes interest. Meanwhile, his ability as a player hasn't changed. So, like I said, the star ratings are flawed.

  • Utes-PAC12 canada, 00
    Feb. 7, 2019 5:17 p.m.

    @ I'm not sayin,

    I see your points, but Chase Hansen cannot recover from tissue injuries. He had to not play not because of his broken leg.

    You mentioned Bo Jackson.......Dennis Pitta's career-ending injury was the exact same plight. Bo Jackson said he didn't EVER eat well, nor did Pitta.

  • Utes-PAC12 canada, 00
    Feb. 7, 2019 5:06 p.m.

    @ lost in DC,

    Did Danny Ainge, Steve Young, Jordan Gross, Johnny Miller, Star Lotulelie, Kyle VanNoy, James Taft Fredette, MyKayla Skinner, Billy Casper, Eric Weddle, Tony Finau, Bryce Harper, Kresomir Cosic, Dale Murphy, Tom Chambers, Bruce Summerhays..........did those unadulterated superstars go on LDS missions, sir? Should I keep naming more? Please......just please.

  • Im not sayin Im just sayin Herriman, UT
    Feb. 7, 2019 4:55 p.m.

    @Utes-PAC12 - canada, 00
    You did nothing to disprove my point. There are still a lot of returned missionaries that will make Utah's football program better, whether or not they go onto the NFL, or whether or not other amazing athletes don't go on missions. Anything you said had nothing to do with the contribution that guys that do go on missions make. Chase Hansen's broken ankle and Harvi Langi's car accident had nothing to do with being a returned missionary, or Bryce Harper's achievements. Let's talk about Chase Hansen, Austin Collie(your fave NFL player), Dennis Pitta, & Harvey Langi. They all wanted to go on missions and they all wanted to play college football. The schools that they went to were all better for it. There are way too many injuries in sports to say it is because guys did not eat right for two years when they were 18 to 20. Bo Jackson literally ran right out of his hip... where did he serve?

  • Utes-PAC12 canada, 00
    Feb. 7, 2019 4:42 p.m.

    @ lost in DC,

    How are Chase Hansen and Britain Covey fighting injuries due to poor nutrition?........not at all! They are always fighting muscle-tendon-ligament issues. I can name many many many more pards. How did Austin Colley and Dennis Pitta do fighting tissue injuries? They didn't and are gone!

  • lost in DC West Jordan, UT
    Feb. 7, 2019 3:58 p.m.

    Congrats to the schools and to the young men.

    And thanks to the majority of the posters who for the most part have been upbeat and positive and not demeaned the other teams.

    Utes-Pac12
    I think we did OK with returned missionaries Covey, Hansen, Gay, Hauati Pututau, Sunia Tauteoli, Pita Tonga, Isaac Asiata, et al. the DN listed 19 on Utah’s team in 2017. I think they are quite the addition. Takes a little more to manage the team and scholarships, etc., but Whit knows how to do it. yeah, sometimes you lose when they flip to BYU after their missions, but sometimes it goes the other way, like with Jake Murphy.

    Oh, and did you know Weddle joined the church while at the U? not much chance of him serving a mission.

    Just because there are more high profile / more successful LDS athletes does not mean the RMs on the Utah squad are not significant contributors. Not every college player has a long and successful pro career.

  • Naval Vet Philadelphia, PA
    Feb. 7, 2019 3:35 p.m.

    NevadaCoug:

    "BYU gets a lot of recruits that are committed to BYU early on. Thus, other schools tend not to work too much to pursue them, which means they don't show up too highly on these recruit rankings."

    Myth. Neither the coaches, nor their recruiting coordinators award athletes "stars". The "stars" come from the independent rating sources, such as Rivals, 247, and ESPN. Of those 3, the only one who'd ever been independently rated as the "most accurate" was Rivals.

  • Utes-PAC12 canada, 00
    Feb. 7, 2019 2:42 p.m.

    @ Im not sayin,

    Should we talk about Chase Hansen, Austin Collie(my fave NFL player), Dennis Pitta, Harvey Langi, etc............they cannot or could ever recover recover from small tissue/ligament injuries due to poor nutrition. Do you realize that at about 18 years old, after puberty, you develop tendon and ligament strength throughout your body, or not? My dad was a phenomenal ER doctor and he demanded we ate the right foods. We were all golfers, my lil' bros and I. We hit millions of golf balls, never a bad back, nor suffered any tissue injury at all........we still don't and we're freak'n old and still scratch golfers. You are what you eat, man!

  • Tighty-Whities Draper, UT
    Feb. 7, 2019 2:43 p.m.

    The article forgot to mention that BYU got a commitment from Orem's Jake Pederson (no stars on Scout.com) for a preferred walk-on...so, there's that.

  • Utes-PAC12 canada, 00
    Feb. 7, 2019 2:21 p.m.

    @ London Joshsy77,

    The Y is losing ground at a fast pace attracting/keeping African Americans, and nutrition at BYU is not even close to where it needs to be. Ya gotta eat the correct foods dear buddy. You know that my friend! Who can ski like you?......not many.

  • Utes-PAC12 canada, 00
    Feb. 7, 2019 2:10 p.m.

    @ Im not sayin,

    Does Bryce Harper, Eric Weddle and Toney Finau ring a "bell" to you fine sir? They are among the top athletes in the world as of today........all ardent LDS man. Would you like me to name the LDS HOFers that never went on a LDS mission? Do you really?

  • Utes-PAC12 canada, 00
    Feb. 7, 2019 2:02 p.m.

    @ I'm not sayin,

    Do you want me to rattle-off the greatest LDS athletes in history and as of today? Do you really want me to fine sir? If so, then buckle-up my friend.

  • Im not sayin Im just sayin Herriman, UT
    Feb. 7, 2019 1:27 p.m.

    @Utes-PAC12 - canada, 00
    I could not disagree with you more. More schools are recruiting missionaries and happily keeping their scholarships when they leave. I heard David Shaw at Stanford say that he loves his returned missionaries, with my own ears.

    Do names like Chase Hansen, Isaac Asiata and Garret Bolles ring a bell? One of the best things Ron McBride did to get the Utah football program going in the right direction was to start recruiting guys that planned to go on missions. It would be a mistake to stop now.

  • Striker Omaha, NE
    Feb. 7, 2019 1:15 p.m.

    Best part of this discussion.... Little bro in red analyzing BYU's 4 signings and predicting the season. Keep up that expert analysis!!

    Daily laugh completed!

  • NevadaCoug Overton, NV
    Feb. 7, 2019 1:07 p.m.

    As for comparing BYU's class to Utah's class to Utah State's class:

    Who cares? As a fan for my school, I just want to know what the needs were and who they got to fill those needs. If you sign three 5 star Quarterbacks, but have nobody to catch the ball, you could have a highly-ranked class and still have a bad team.

    So did BYU get their needs? Probably not, since there are still major questions at RB, and perhaps even at WR. Sure, some guys can switch positions and fill needs, but we'll have to wait and see.

  • london_josh Lincoln, CA
    Feb. 7, 2019 1:09 p.m.

    There was the Gary Crowton effect years ago, then the Bronco effect. Since Lavell, I think Kalani is our best recruiter.

    If you take BYU and stack it up against the other schools, it's the middle of the road level in recruiting. Nearly all P5 schools, and a handful of G5 schools do better than BYU based on rankings and stars.

    If you look at rankings, Utah is #45, BYU is #79, and USU is #89. #45 is good, but there are 65 P5 teams so Utah (who didn't have a lot of departing seniors) is way on the low end of P5 recruiting. Utah got who they needed to get this year, it's about team improvement.

    BYU by numbers, should be above 70 (almost a P5 argument, better than G5) - here's the issue with that. BYU's athletes absolutely have higher academic requirements (if not for entry it's for maintaining that GPA which is clearly higher than other schools in terms of competition) and they need to be HC ready guys.

    BYU will always be lagging on the recruiting rankings. That's expected.

    BYU is evolving to getting who they need to get in terms of being BYU guys, and that's exactly who BYU needs to go after. Please throw in a little speed and better conditioning and we're set.

  • NevadaCoug Overton, NV
    Feb. 7, 2019 1:08 p.m.

    BYU gets a lot of recruits that are committed to BYU early on. Thus, other schools tend not to work too much to pursue them, which means they don't show up too highly on these recruit rankings. This happens with other schools, too, but the system is flawed. If a guy grows up always wanting to play for Alabama, then the ranking services say, "Alabama offered him, he must be really good!" even though other schools may or may not pursue him heavily.

    To summarize:
    Kid wants to play for BYU (or Utah, for that matter!), lets other schools know that so they don't pursue him too heavily, low stars or no stars.

    Kid wants to play for Alabama (or USC, or Ohio State, etc), lets other schools know that so they don't pursue him too heavily, higher star ranking, because Alabama! (or USC, or Ohio State, etc.)

    It's not just decided by film, stats, number of offers, etc.

  • Utes-PAC12 canada, 00
    Feb. 7, 2019 12:53 p.m.

    I wish Utah would refrain from recruiting LDS kids that want to serve a LDS mission. The greatest LDS athletes ever never served a LDS mission until later in life, or not at all. There are many ways fine LDS pro athletes can serve, have and do later in life. I can rattle-off all the names, but I think most people know.

  • Utes-PAC12 canada, 00
    Feb. 7, 2019 12:23 p.m.

    Just for fun and after the "Kalani effect" has now gone through 4 recruiting classes, should we still call him "Sheriff Sitake," or "Deputy Barney Fife?"

    Cheers to all!

  • Utes-PAC12 canada, 00
    Feb. 7, 2019 12:02 p.m.

    How did BYU help themselves in this class? They needed a plethora of speedy playmakers and they did not recruit/land one, other than a QB (Conover) that won't be back for two years. BYU is now competing with Dixie State and Southern Utah for recruits. Half of BYU's class consists of players that had only one offer from a FBS team...,.,...BYU.

  • SoonerUte Salt Lake City, UT
    Feb. 7, 2019 11:24 a.m.

    BYU's recruiting class is the same as any other year. You really can't criticize it, unless you expected more because "Indy will improve recruiting" or "ESPN will draw recruits" or "new sheriff in town". Setting unrealistic expectations just leads to disappointment. BYU is a special place with special recruiting.

  • JustGordon Salt Lake City, UT
    Feb. 7, 2019 11:23 a.m.

    The impact of this year's recruiting class on next year's team is very limited. So many of these young men are going on church missions and what remains is a group that is likely to make little or no impact.

    Huge unmet needs still exist at running back despite the best efforts of the coaching staff. Add to this a difficult schedule (for our little blue brothers) and you have yet another recipe for disaster and a losing season.

    Independence has been great say so many Cougar Club members ignoring how far in recruiting and national relevance this school as dropped.

  • AZUTE1 Mesa, AZ
    Feb. 7, 2019 11:11 a.m.

    Bingham’s Simote Pepa committed/signed this morning & Junior Tafuna signed, as well!

    Go Utes!

  • water rocket , 00
    Feb. 7, 2019 10:56 a.m.

    Utah seems to have gotten some impact players who can contribute right away. Gary Anderson did a fantastic job considering how little time he had. BYU got that Conover kid, but he will be serving a mission. He should return at just about the right time to follow Wilson. Normally, far too much is expected of new recruits. They aren't likely to beat out players already on the team.

    Just a side note, could ANYONE tell me what ever happened to the BYU returned missionary 400 pound lineman? I am amazed that the sports casters haven't brought this up.

  • chicagoborn Philadelphia, PA
    Feb. 7, 2019 10:24 a.m.

    @bemorefair
    "BYU's class is sneaky good. The recruits impress quite a bit once you get past the star business."
    Those darn recruiting experts! What do they know!? Whether you like it or not, recruiting rankings still matter. If you don't consistently recruit five and four star talent, you better have the coaching staff with the ability of coaching up some of your two and three star talent. BYU has neither the high recruiting rankings or the coaching talent to consistently develop diamonds in the rough.

  • Spokane Ute Spokane, WA
    Feb. 7, 2019 9:54 a.m.

    Y Ask Y - Provo, UT
    Feb. 7, 2019 8:25 a.m.

    OK, if you're going to analyze the three teams in one article, you are going to have to compare and rank them: which team had the best recruiting class, and which had the worst?!
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    Go to Rivals.com and scout.com and report back to us

  • BrianB Greencastle, IN
    Feb. 7, 2019 9:40 a.m.

    I am perfectly happy to see all three teams do well. I am impressed that Anderson did so well with limited time to work on recruiting. A good hire for the Aggies. And I'm really happy to see Riley Burt stay instate.

    Congrats to the Utes on the towering front line recruits.

    Congratulations to the Cougar commits. It will be interesting to see how it all works with the 18 mission returnees.

    Looking forward to a good season for all three schools.

  • AZUTE1 Mesa, AZ
    Feb. 7, 2019 9:37 a.m.

    “Time was BYU won every month of the year. That’s what makes being a Cougar fan frustrating lately.”

    The ‘80s are long gone & will never be repeated, period.....Let it go already, man.

    9 straight & counting is soon upon us—Beware!

    Go Utes!

  • at long last. . . Kirksville , MO
    Feb. 7, 2019 9:25 a.m.

    Reality bites. Even the most rabid byu fans don't claim anymore to have "won February recruiting". That used to be standard fare on the comments after signing day. Keep up the good work, Holmoe. You fans need to get his contract lengthened. LOL

  • AZUTE1 Mesa, AZ
    Feb. 7, 2019 9:25 a.m.

    “ BYU's reputation for being QBU lives on.”

    That rep died years ago, period.....It’s merely a byu fan’s fantasy nowadays.

    Go Utes!

  • AZUTE1 Mesa, AZ
    Feb. 7, 2019 9:21 a.m.

    “On a side note; does anyone know what happened to the 2/3 kids from Bingham that were supposed to sign?”

    Was to take place yesterday, but snow closed the school.

    Will take place this morning @ 10:00 AM MT.

    Go Utes!

  • FT salt lake city, UT
    Feb. 7, 2019 8:47 a.m.

    Kyle has built a strong, sustainable program with the experience he's gained and the Utes investment in the program. Congrats to all the kids and their families. An exciting time in their lives.

  • Oh Really? Salt Lake City, UT
    Feb. 7, 2019 8:33 a.m.

    @long last

    Time was BYU won every month of the year. That’s what makes being a Cougar fan frustrating lately.

  • Y Ask Y Provo, UT
    Feb. 7, 2019 8:25 a.m.

    OK, if you're going to analyze the three teams in one article, you are going to have to compare and rank them: which team had the best recruiting class, and which had the worst?!

  • bemorefair , 00
    Feb. 7, 2019 8:17 a.m.

    BYU's class is sneaky good. The recruits impress quite a bit once you get past the star business. There will be some serious difference makers, but the ones with stars are still the most impressive. Albright looks like KVN to me. He will be a disruptor for sure. Connover is unbelievably talented. It's no wonder every top school wanted him. BYU's reputation for being QBU lives on.

  • Spokane Ute Spokane, WA
    Feb. 7, 2019 8:08 a.m.

    Good luck to all these young men and big time congrats on getting a scholarship. I'm sure their parents check book will appreciate that.

    On a side note; does anyone know what happened to the 2/3 kids from Bingham that were supposed to sign?

  • at long last. . . Kirksville , MO
    Feb. 7, 2019 7:13 a.m.

    I wonder if the byu fans remember just a decade or so ago, when the school down south ALWAYS won February? Times have certainly changed, haven't they. Keep it up, Holmoe!