In addition to the 14 players who signed during the December early signing period, BYU added a pair of California prep standouts in defensive lineman Cade Albright and all-around athlete Javelle Brown, as well as Colorado speedster Luc Andrade.
The fax machines inside the university’s football facility were humming along early as operations were undeterred by the snow to continued as usual on the NCAA’s opening day for the national signing period for football.
Not only does Orem star offensive lineman Hunter Hill consider quarterback Cooper Legas a favorite teammate, but the duo are "best friends." So what could be better than playing college football with your best friend — at your dad's alma mater?
The former Box Elder High standout from Mantua made known the intentions of his graduate transfer Wednesday, the first day of the NCAA’s national signing period.
He’ll play his final season of eligibility in Cache Valley.
Sean Walker, KSL.com | Updated Jan 20th - 11:10am
The 6-foot-3, 340-pound Sagapolu committed to Oregon during the first half of the all-star event, pulling on a green Ducks hat while standing amid family and friends, who all chanted “Go Ducks” in front of a CBS Sports Network camera.
The Aggies signed 14 players, all from high school, with two scheduled to enroll at the university in January and another leaving on a two-year mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
The Cougars signed 14 players during the first day of the early signing period Wednesday, adding to the 19 players BYU will welcome back to the team following two-year missions for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.