NV:I've responded but they haven't posted...In a
nutshell: there's no respected researcher who would describe 11 warriors as
independent. Independent means no association or affiliation with the subject of
the research (in this case, college football players, and college football
recruiting). 11 warriors is associated with both, therefore isn't
independent and will be biased to whatever data support their brand.The anecdotal, "case study" U presented had no efficacy because the
panelist who talked to friends drew from a very small sample. Thank U. U
illustrated what every good researcher, mathematician, and scientist already
know....a more robust, larger, and more diverse sample will always be more
reliable and predictive of reality (in other words, higher probability of
accuracy). I understand what U are trying to say- higher probability from a
larger sample doesn't mean they WILL be more accurate but research
isn't done that way...it will always follow higher statistical probability
provided by larger, diverse samples.Now at this point, I've
lost interest...follow Rivals and believe whatever U want about them, it's
a free country (and I sincerely thank U for your service).
DN, where's my first post? Essentially it describes why 11 W is
about as "independent" from CFB recruiting research as Pfizer is from
epidemiology research lol. An "independent" study is one done by an
entity that is not affiliated with or associated with the subject (in this case
CFB recruiting). 11 W's is very much affiliated and associated...busted.
Anyone that's actually done research understands this. So every time U call
them "independent" it wrecks your credibility with those of us who have
actually done research.Second, I address the fact that your
meandering 'friends who might know friends' salaries'
hypothetical could happen in a small, anecdotal case study, but wouldn't
happen in a large robust and diverse sample. That's exactly why small
samples aren't reliable...thank you for demonstrating it. And it's
exactly why REAL researchers recognize that larger and more diverse samples are
more representative and predictive of reality (in other words, more likely to be
accurate).Like I said, if U want to believe Rivals is #1, no one
will stop U. I choose to follow the more robust sample and the man who started
Rivals, at 247. Pretty sure, no one else here cares anymore.
CougsnTeamB:247 and Scout merged, so there IS data there. Do you
have an independent study that ranks 247 ahead of Rivals? Because we both know
that I have one that ranks Rivals ahead of 247. So UNTIL an independent study
emerges that knocks Rivals off it's perch......Rivals wears the
crown. Rivals is the "industry standard". Rivals is the "most
accurate" of all recruit rating sources. And you KNOW this! Your failure
to even ADDRESS (much less answer) the question I'd asked you at the
conclusion of my June 20th post at 6:04 p.m. is your tacit admission that you
know I'm right. Look little bro -- I understand how badly you
want 247 to overtake Rivals, because UNTIL then, your recruiting classes will
continue to emerge as some bush-league 2-star bonanza, and leave you scrambling
to find some other team's bandwagon to jump onto. But "wishing"
247 to be the "industry standard" won't work.And for
what it's worth, neither will jumping onto some other SEC team's
bandwagon help the indy-WACers either. How miserable for you.Wrecked indy-WACer.
Blue Navel:cont-3) Have you looked at the "study"
you're clinging to as "accurate"? - Eleven Warriors only
evaluated the 1st round of the draft...what about rounds 2-7?? So they simply,
inexplicably removed 6/7 (86%) of the sample.- Did U also know that the
1st of the 5 years they studied, seniors that were drafted weren't even
evaluated by 247 because they didn't exist (keep in mind the final
difference between Rivals and 247 over those 5 years was only 2).- Eleven
Warriors only evaluated NFL draft picks. They didn't even evaluate college
performance which is what recruiting services are for: College Football, not the
NFL. I recognize that most of them evaluate their top 32 (5 stars) by trying to
project their NFL draft status, but recruiting is about CFB...where's the
analysis for accuracy on how players performed in college?THIS is
not good, independent research that will have any efficacy whatsoever in
predicting how accurate an evaluation is of a player's collegiate
potential.Now, if U want to continue following Rivals, be my guest.
I will follow the more robust, diverse meta-analysis that everyone else follows:
the 247 composite.Have a good weekend.
CougsnTeamB (2 of 2):Example: John Doe is a Computer Scientist who
earns $120K per year. Two panelists who have never met Joe -- but know what he
does for living -- are trying to guess his salary. Panelist #1 guesses $115K.
Panelist #2 on the other hand guesses he makes about $100K, but opted to ask a
few of his friends what THEY think John makes, and those buddies guess $90K,
$85K, and $80K respectively. Panelist #2 averages both his and his
friends' salary estimates together, and thereby concludes that $87.5K would
be his best guess.So who was the “most accurate”? The
guy who’d guessed $115K? Or the guy who’d averaged together 4 even
MORE wrong numbers?
CougsnTeamB (1 of 2):“I was mocking your erroneous idea that
11 W was "independent" by using a biased "study" from
247.”Except that you failed to point out “how” the
study by “Eleven Warriors” was “biased”. What
difference would it make to Ohio St that would inspire them to favor Rivals over
247?Answer: It wouldn’t make any difference to them at all.
Ergo, they ARE an “independent” study.“..why
didn't U address the other reasons I gave for 247 being the industry
standard”Because I didn’t NEED to. I’d already
pointed out that the most recent “independent” study dubbed Rivals
as the “most accurate”. So until somebody can provide me a more
recent “independent” study, then there’s no evidence that
Rivals had been bumped from atop its perch. And the “industry
standard” isn’t the 2nd most accurate source. It’s the 1st,
aka “Rivals”.And since you don’t know how
“research” or “analysis” works, I’ll help you.1.“More analysts” does not automatically mean “more
accurate”.’2.Averaging a composite of multiple scores does not
automatically mean “more accurate”. And this is a point you
indy-WACers always get stuck on, so I’ll illustrate that even further for
NV:First of all, it's Eleven Warriors, not "Elite Eleven".
Step 1 in suggesting your source is credible is getting their name right.Second, I wasn't suggesting either 11 W or 247 were
"independent" sources. I was mocking your erroneous idea that 11 W was
"independent" by using a biased "study" from 247. When I said--
"but as long as we're calling BIASED sites "independent", 247
did a..." --it should have been perfectly clear I was suggesting neither
site as "independent". Who's the "sucker"...the one who
pretends a biased source is "independent" (using the wrong name) or the
one that mocks them using a biased source of their own? "Whoops"!Third, your quote from Eric Winter is over 5 years old and he is no
longer the "head of Rivals"...He's a has-been, just like them. But
it got me thinking......why didn't U address the other reasons
I gave for 247 being the industry standard now (more analysts, operated by the
man who made Rivals great in the 1st place, uses a composite of all 4 recruiting
services, etc, etc)? Then U quoted Winter, and I realized U just don't know
or follow recruiting now. So... Welcome to 2019...we've been
expecting U (for about 5-6 yrs)! Lol
Even Utah really wanted Sol-Jay
CougsnTeamB:Are you suggesting that 247 did a study and determined
that 247 was the most accurate? And you BELIEVE them?Sucker!What about THIS..."Rivals is the definitive leader when
it comes to the rankings for college football." -- Eric Winter, head of
Rivals.Whoops! Rivals graded THEMselves as the most accurate.
There can't be TWO "most accurate" sources, unless they're
both saying the same thing. But they're not! So whom should we
believe?Answer: How about an "independent" source?If two studies are performed to determine who between Rivals and 247 is the
and those two studies were conducted by
“Elite Eleven” – who’s affiliated with Ohio St, and the
other was by 247 themselves
are you SERIOUSLY suggesting
the “247” study was the least biased?#CougarLogic
What's the definition of "accurate" for recruits anyway?Both teams have had highly recruited players go to the NFL, and both teams
have and nobodies do very well also.So accuracy is for what - to
prove your point that your team is best?Be realistic - nobody knows
anything until the players either impress fans or just blend into the background
on the sidelines which depends on the players, coaches, and some dumb luck. I
guess I'm just not that petty to make recruiting a rivalry issue.
NV:"You are mistaken little bro. Because UNLESS some other independent
study had been done to unseat Rivals, then they ARE the "most accurate"
recruit rating service."First of all, stop calling people little
bro, old man (well chronologically anyway lol).Second, Eleven
Warriors isn't "independent", they are the site for O$U (the
equivalent of DawgNation for UGA). Fail.But as long as we're
calling biased sites "independent", 247 did a more statistically sound
and robust analysis in 2017 (using top 100 NFL picks, not cherry-picking first
round only numbers like 11 Warriors) and found that 247 and 247 composite rated
out the most accurate.247 also has the largest network and more
recruiting analysts on the ground than any other service (and it isn't even
close). They were formed by the original Rivals founders which is why
they're probably so good now and Rivals has been sinking into oblivion
since they left to form 247 Sports in 2010.Go to any forum of big
time programs and ask them. Go to the reddit thread referred to here, and most
say 247 composite. Fail again!
CougsnTeamB:"Rivals is NOT the most accurate, or most regarded
recruiting service...unless you're still living in 2013"You
are mistaken little bro. Because UNLESS some other independent study had been
done to unseat Rivals, then they ARE the "most accurate" recruit rating
service. Just as an FYI for ya...it's NOT a
"coincidence" that Whittingham always out-recruits you guys, and then
never loses. Just because you don't WANT it to be true that you're a
haven for unheralded 2-star kids (with 8 of your 9 guys all "2-starry"
kids), that doesn't mean that it ISN'T!How miserable for
you.P.S.: I just LOVE how embarrassed you are of your bush league,
indy-irrelevant, WAC-wannabe, "midmajor forever" program. Haha!kaysvillecougar:Let WHAT go? All your fellow
indy-WACers' straw man arguments? Because that doesn't make any
sense. Shouldn't you be telling those "straw man" cougies who just
make stuff up that? Typical hypocritical coug.
Three star recruits are fine and dandy... but when is BYU going to bring in the
five star recruits on a regular basis... if at all?
Rivals is NOT the most accurate, or most regarded recruiting service...unless
you're still living in 2013 (and no, Eleven Warriors is not an independent
and unbiased "source" or "study"...and calculating recruiting
accuracy using only first round draft pick accuracy is far too simplistic and
only takes NFL drafting into account rather than college stats and efficacy
which is what players are actually recruited for).247 Sports
Composite (founded by the original founders of Rivals ironically) is the most
quoted and highest regarded recruiting service because their composite ranking
includes all the major recruiting services' analyses (including Rivals).
247 Sports replaced Rivals in 2013 as the official online recruiting partner for
the Army All American game.Sol Jay Maiava is a 3 star QB with a
slightly higher composite rating (.8663) than one Mr Tyler Huntley (.8640).Devin Downing is a 3 star WR with a slightly lower composite rating
(.8093) than one Mr Britain Covey (.8167).A little perspective goes
a long way...Good luck to both these young men in their future
CougFaninTX....."Does anyone other than me find it interesting that 18 of
the 38 comments on this article are from Ute fans?"Ha Ha, so
true bro......They deny it to the bone but their constant posts without a doubt
verify they are obsessed with all things BYU football!
Bluto: "Oregon and Michigan offered the kid and yet he wasn't good
enough for last place Utah (Directors Cup, Recruiting and Academics in the Pac)
?"And like clockwork we have the Director's Cup reference.
Ask Sol-Jay what he thinks of the Director's Cup. Guaranteed he's
never heard of it, like most of America.
Blue n gold. "That was simply ONE of the reason Sol-Jay chose BYU over
Utah."Only a jealous Ute fan would try to claim that was the
sole reason he chose BYU, because the reasons players choose a particular school
are as varied as the players themselves."He certainly
didn't chose BYU-P for their recent QB development. Unless he thinks
transforming 4/5 Star QB's into 2 stars is a good thing. i.e. Hill, Mangum
@Bluto - Sandy, UTUtah offered the kid. NO question. They have
offered several QBs this cycle. Don't know where he was on the priority
list, but he's not on the list at all now. He chose BYU. Good
for him and good for you guys. Utah will get a QB that fits our
program and who we are happy with. In the mean time, congrats to
BYU for a nice pick-up.
Recruiting to tragically boring, nowhere USA Provo, Utah, where you are treated
like a toddler.......most young "ADULTS" don't ever consider it.
Good luck BYu!
@AZUTEOregon and Michigan offered the kid and yet he wasn't
good enough for last place Utah (Directors Cup, Recruiting and Academics in the
Pac) ?Ahh, jealousy and putting down young athletes has no bounds
for Ute fans.
The pants-wetters are out in force. Ute kidz, just let these high schoolers
enjoy their day announcing their committments. And Navalvet, really? For a guy
in his 60's, you should really just let this go.
On a side note, BYU just added a running back out of Texas to the class of 2020
today. Go Cougs!
On Sol-Jay, per program insiders, we stopped recruiting him a long time ago, as
it was determined he didn’t project to being qualified as a PAC-12 QB.Don’t know much about the other kid.byu-p is always
ranked ahead of us in recruiting rankings at this time of year based exclusively
on sheer # of commitments, but we ALWAYS end the recruiting cycle by leaving
them in our dust.....The end rankings are the only ones that matter, period.And FTR, 247Sports Composite ranking is now the new standard, as it
incorporates ALL recruiting services & their ratings.Go Utes!
@blue n gold - Redmond, WA"That was simply ONE of the reason
Sol-Jay chose BYU over Utah."------------------------Please share the other reasons. And..............Go!
Does anyone other than me find it interesting that 18 of the 38 comments on this
article are from Ute fans? Thank you for your loyalty.
wacmidmajor:"Are you talking about the same ol' pac12
champs' in July chatter that we have come to expect to hear every single
year ? ......."Straw man! Ute fans don't have preseason
"Pac-12 Champs" chatter. The only person I know of that talks about
Utah being a shoo-in Pac-12 champion isn't a Ute fan, but rather an
indy-WACer. Don't confuse Ute fans with 65TossPowderPuff's preseason
azzy ute, Are you talking about the same ol" pac12 champs" in July
chatter that we have come to expect to hear every single year ? .......
Bobby Peru -re: Cougars Claws: "Sol-Jay is a giant get for BYU.
He had a dozen or so scholarship offers, including from the mighty Utes.
""He chose BYU for his religious association to the school
and they will continue to occasionally get those players; nothing wrong with
that."That was simply ONE of the reason Sol-Jay chose BYU over
Utah.Only a jealous Ute fan would try to claim that was the sole
reason he chose BYU, because the reasons players choose a particular school are
as varied as the players themselves.
@pacmidmajor - Springville, UT"Current 2020 Colllege Football
Rankings ... BYU comes in at # 50 and the u comes in a #106 ... Now i really do
not put a whole lot of stock in this as i do realize that last chance u will
pick up some very late recruits when recruits exhaust all of their options only
to find out that the u is the only school in the nation that they can actually
get in to ....."----------------------------------Ah,
recruiting in July. Just the right time to break out some of the old classic
Ya know dnews moderators, you should look at your rules and guidelines for
posting on threads. Why do you let the same Ute fans post their ilk and hate?
And everyone knows who the same 5 to 7 people are.
Current 2020 Colllege Football Rankings ... BYU comes in at # 50 and the u comes
in a #106 ... Now i really do not put a whole lot of stock in this as i do
realize that last chance u will pick up some very late recruits when recruits
exhaust all of their options only to find out that the u is the only school in
the nation that they can actually get in to .....
Congratulations to these young men. Hopefully they are coached up to realize
their full potential. BSU has sent a boat load of 3-star recruits to the NFL.
It pains this Vandal to admit it, but they do a great job of developing talent.
Here's hoping BYU can do the same.
@utahby6"Apparently my fellow Ute fans didn't read that
Utah wanted him too."Utah stopped recruiting him about 6 months
ago. He didn't develop the way the coaches hoped, so they stopped
recruiting. It's OK - happens all the time. Good luck to this young man at
Good pick ups for BYU. Apparently my fellow Ute fans didn't read that Utah
wanted him too. Sure the comments would be different if he had picked red
instead of blue. I wish you all good luck, glad Kilani is heading in the right
@ArizonaUteI appreciate your comments. Very honest and fair and
respectful. BYU's recruiting has dropped off over the last 3-4 years, but
usually hovered in the 40's. I say they need to get back there
consistently before we get too carried away.
Cougar fan here but one that respects the Utes and look at the rivalry fairly
rationally, I think. Good pickups for the Y. I hope they both reach
their potential on the field and in the classroom. As far as the rivalry, Utah
is whipping our tails in every aspect. Until that changes, Cougar fans would do
well to just acknowledge that and keep cheering for our Cougs.
Stay woke and get yoked cougs!
@Some.BYU.Dude - Mesa, AZ"I've read about the difference
between ESPN, 247 and Rivals on star ratings, and my favorite was on reddit
there was a discussion about it, and someone said....., "I think
the most accurate and best is whichever agrees with my preconceived
notions.""------------------------------That is so
"it" for all of us really. After the 5 star and 4 star kids, it's
not really super accurate.Not sure if you remember the small scandal
that happened last yr? Some kids hacked a few services and created fake
profiles of players who didn't exist. The fake profiles received 3 star
ratings due to reported number. Site unseen. i.e. anyone can
report numbers that aren't real, and in this case for players who
weren't real, and get rated as a 3* rating. Utah has their own
rating system. I assume Sitake uses it or a modified version of it. They want
to see the kids, talk with the kids, then look at film on the kids. I trust Whitt and the Utah evaluations and if Utah wants them, I then want
them regardless of stars. And, now, so do many other programs once Utah has
made an offer. USC chief among them.
Well, the truth cannot be told as to whY BYu cannot get the speedy players......
Oh my, the BYu DNEWS mods just nuked many of my posts........they must have
gotten a call from the LDS 1st Presidency.......? I don't fit their
narrative! That is a sure thing.
WowBYU haters spewing venom and demonstrating a major BYU inferiority
complex on this article.These 2 players must be really good. The truth is that BYU signs several players each recruiting class who have
offers from the chicken hawks up north, including one of the two in this
article. They also sign several players who have many other pee 5 offers. BYU is
also pretty racially diverse compared to the average football team in all
conferences in the West.BYU has not beaten Utah for 7 or 8 years.
That is why I have a hard time understanding why certain posters are so obsessed
with BYU still. Personal problems I guess.
@bemorefair - , 00Sitake is a good recruiter overall. And these
could be some good ones too. So, I say congrats. Always nice to get some
commits!!Don't know if the "winds of change" are indeed
blowing through the state, however. Let's see how the
recruiting classes shape up by the end. It's still early.Over
the last 5 yrs, BYU has averaged the #68th recruiting class in the nation. with
the last two being #78 (2018 class) and #81 (2019 class) in the nation,
respectively.They did have a #49 class mixed in. And the transfer
portal has been a good thing for Sitake it seems.Utah averaged #38
ranked recruiting class the last 5 yrs. And Whitt is also taking advantage of
the new transfer structure. We will see how it all works out. But
Hey!! Good new is good new. And BYU just got some.So, congrats
Sounds great. Looks like we’re getting some fine young men, with some
speed, a nice compliment to the “big uglies” as I think the linemen
like to be called.That said, this is June. Fans and alums from
about 115 college teams see their team winning 90% of their games come the fall.
This season’s schedule offers a steep climb for the Cougs. Let’s
see how we do against Utah, USC, Wash, Tenn, Boise St and others. With our QB,
our O line, our depth at RB, our pass catchers (tho yet unproven except for TE)
and our D, we might surprise some people.Go Cougs!
@ Carpboy,9 BYu football losses in-a-row to Utah is truly
"embarrassing." But, Utah is a pretty good team these days.
@ some BYu dude,You are challenging Naval Vet with hypothetical
superstitions and dare quote Gary Patterson? That is not brave, rather
"disturbed" blather within utter fantasy. Oh my goodness, Y fan?Do U know what is "TRUE" dear saint..........when the Y plays
against better teams, their athletes are faster and far better. BYu cannot beat
okay teams with a winning record/ranked because their players are not good
enough. It is that simple......"TRUE!"
Some.Midmajor.Forever:"Jerry Hughes was a two star and
he’s been one of the best defensive players in the NFL. Andy Dalton was a
two-star..."And so were Alex Smith and Eric Weddle. But what
does that have anything to do with ybU-p?. I always love hearing from you
indy-WACers how a few success stories of former 2-star athletes now playing in
the NFL justifies your recruiting strategy of maintaining your "2-star
bonanza". Because between Utah, TCU, and your indy-irrelevant, WACish and
midmajor, 2-star haven, nobody hauls in more 2-star kids than you guys! So if
2-star kids are such a rousing success......where are all your NFL
guys?Good luck with your "2-star bonanza". It's your
Gruncle Ralph:"Thx Navel for checking in and doing your part to
ensure all things BYU continue to dominate the local media market for fan
interest, readership and click traffic online in Utah sports."Well if THAT's true, then thank YOU for checking in, and doing YOUR part
to ensure that I continue to be one of the dominate interest of cougar fans,
readership, and click traffic in Utah sports.See how THAT works
little bro? It goes both ways.Good luck with your "2-star
bonanza". It's your "brand".
Some.Midmajor.Forever:"Tomorrow if Rivals ranked Utah low, and
247 ranked Utah as #1, 247 would be your most accurate and best resource,
I'm sure."Then you would be mistaken. I choose rivals
because they had been independently rated as the "most accurate" of all
recruit rating sources. So until 247 overtakes Rivals -- which will be
determined by independent raters, not me -- Rivals it is.How
frustrating it must be for you to see that I'd never cited any recruit
rating source other than Rivals.Good luck with your "2-star
bonanza". It's your "brand".
My gosh ute fans are embarrassing
I checked the facts on these guys too:Solid at their position:
✔️Love the school they committed to: ✔️Star rankings accurate: ✔️Riles up all blue-blooded
humans: ✔️Yep, they're a great fit. Keep it up
@Utah-Hawaii AlumNobody is freaking out. It's a good pickup,
and that's fine. Nobody is saying he's going to be the next Tom
@Naval_VetI've read about the difference between ESPN, 247 and
Rivals on star ratings, and my favorite was on reddit there was a discussion
about it, and someone said, "I think the most accurate and best is whichever
agrees with my preconceived notions." I think that describes you and most
Ute fans the best. Seems to be that with everything. Whichever gives Utah the
best and BYU the lowest is the best resource in everything, haha. Tomorrow if
Rivals ranked Utah low, and 247 ranked Utah as #1, 247 would be your most
accurate and best resource, I'm sure.Honestly, there are so
many variables that even quantifying "most accurate" is worthless. 2*
on Rivals, 3* on 247. Aight, let's move on. He's a player that will
contribute to the university and has pro potential. Cool beans. I think Gary
Patterson put it best: I don’t care what anybody else thinks; if I’m
recruiting them it doesn’t matter what the stars say. Jerry Hughes was a
two star and he’s been one of the best defensive players in the NFL. Andy
Dalton was a two-star but had we been in the Big 12 they probably would’ve
both been four-stars.They were four stars to me but they were just two stars to
whoever ranked them.
As good of a QB prospect as Maiava is he sounds like an even greater young man.
Great job to Kalanai and staff (Arod and Fesi) for locking him up. 5 p5 offers
currently and with time left before NLI day he will surely get more. Kalani is
building quite the QB pipeline at BYU.
@navel lintI just checked. Per Rivals -- the "most accurate"
of all recruit rating sources -- Downing only got 2 stars.So 9
recruits...8 of whom were deemed "2 star" athletes. It's another
"2-star bonanza" down there in the bubble!---------------Thx Navel for checking in and doing your part to ensure all things BYU
continue to dominate the local media market for fan interest, readership and
click traffic online in Utah sports.(haha...and Ute fans wonder why
they barely get mentioned by their local media)
As many Y fans boast today after a couple okay recruits, just remember that
"Sheriff Sitake" and the alleged "Kalani effect" has proven to
be a total recruiting bust so far. Look at the rankings, de-commits, players
transferring/retiring, etc.........and all the good ones they get are ardent
LDS, few others.BYu exhibition games as an "indy," no real
decent bowl opportunity, Provo, Utah, poor coaches that nobody else
wants........how can they recruit really good players to decent competitive
depth?......the Y cannot.
I just checked. Per Rivals -- the "most accurate" of all recruit rating
sources -- Downing only got 2 stars.So 9 recruits...8 of whom were
deemed "2 star" athletes. It's another "2-star bonanza"
down there in the bubble!#CougarTradition
Cougars Claws: "Sol-Jay is a giant get for BYU. He had a dozen or so
scholarship offers, including from the mighty Utes. "He chose
BYU-P for his religious association to the school and they will continue to
occasionally get those players; nothing wrong with that. Jake Heaps and Tanner
magnum did the same thing.
Kalani & Co. are really getting it done with recruiting lately. It will take
a couple more years to get to where they want to be, but you could see last year
that was an upgrade in talent happening along the lines and among the skill
positions. Combined with good coaching, the wins will come sooner or later.
It's only a matter of time.
WOW !! The Cougs are Turning the Corner a lot sooner than even i thought that
they would ... Huge things coming to Cougar Football in the very near future !!
BYU's 2020 recruiting class is off to a good start.
Sol-Jay is a giant get for BYU. He had a dozen or so scholarship offers,
including from the mighty Utes. Welcome to BYU! The QB pipeline just
got a little better.
The 2019 Brigham Young recruiting class ranked 81st. So far, 2020 is ranked
54th, but it's early. It looks like recruiting is heading in
the right direction based on that snapshot. Still a long way to go to the CFP.
A couple of really nice pick ups for the Cougs. Quality young men. Let the
disparaging comments from certain Ute faithful begin!
I Love seeing quality young men commit to BYU, and these two look like solid
players and good dudes. I hope both of these guys have success on the field and
earn their degrees. Congrats to both for earning D-1 scholarships to a great
BYU keeps getting one big recruit after another. Kalani is getting it done off
the field. It sure feels like the tide is turning. I don't know at what
point the recruiting efforts will turn into actual wins on the field, but the
winds of change are indeed blowing through the state. Welcome to the band of
brothers, Sol-Jay and Devin.
Two good pickups for BYU! Welcome to the Y!!!!!!!!Rise up!Go
Cougs!Roar of the ROC!!!!!!!!
Terrific! Good news.
More quality young men giving us fans more things to cheer for. Welcome to