BYU Signs Top 25 Recruiting Class

BYU head coach Bronco Mendenhall announced BYU's 2010 recruiting class on Wednesday. (Photo by Jaren Wilkey/BYU Photo)


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PROVO -- BYU head coach Bronco Mendenhall today announced the Cougars’ national top-25 football recruiting class, featuring 26 talented recruits. The top class of Mendenhall’s five-year tenure in Provo, BYU’s 2010 signees include 14 defensive and 12 offensive standouts.

"I’m extremely excited about this class,” Mendenhall said. “This class is full of outstanding young men who are fantastic football players and quality individuals. I think they share a common vision for our program. We are excited to have them be part of BYU football.”

The 2010 class features 26 high-school seniors, including three mid-year enrollees—quarterback Jake Heaps, wide receiver Ross Apo and running back Joshua Quezada—who signed scholarship agreements in December. 2009 signee Kyle Van Noy also enrolled in January, adding to the overall strength of BYU’s incoming players. Scout.com rated Van Noy the No. 11 outside linebacker nationally in 2009.

Eight Cougar signees in the 2010 class are rated among the top 25 recruits nationally at their respective positions, including Heaps (No. 1 quarterback by Scout.com and Rivals.com), Zac Stout (No. 8 middle linebacker by Scout.com), Bronson Kaufusi (No. 9 strongside defensive end by Rivals.com), Graham Rowley (No. 11 guard by Scout.com), Apo (No. 13 wide receiver by Rivals.com), Blair Tushaus (No. 15 center by Scout.com), Toloa'i Ho-Ching (No. 23 inside linebacker by Rivals.com) and Alani Fua (No. 25 weakside defensive end by Rivals.com).

The Cougars signed 10 of the top 16 players from Utah, including the state’s top-rated prospect, Kaufusi out of Timpview High School, and the 2009 Deseret News Mr. Football recipient Tuni Kanuch, an offensive lineman out of Bingham High School.

Joining Kaufusi and Kanuch (No. 6) as top 16 recruits from Utah signing with BYU are linebacker Toloa’i Ho-Ching (No. 5, Alta High School), Kanuch (No. 6), linebacker Sae Tautu (No. 8, Lone Peak High School), offensive lineman Jordan Black (No. 9, Alta High School), tight end Bryan Sampson (No. 10, Pleasant Grove High School), linebacker Joey Owens (No. 11, Pleasant Grove High School), running back Algernon Brown (No. 13, Skyline High School), defensive lineman Jordan Afo (No. 15, Cottonwood High School) and offensive lineman Manu Mulitalo (No. 16, Granger High School).

Overall, the Cougars signed four offensive linemen, four running backs, two tight ends, one quarterback and one wide receiver on the offensive side of the ball and six linebackers, five defensive lineman and three defensive backs to the defensive unit. Eleven recruits hail from Utah, five from California and three from Texas while Alabama, Georgia, Massachusetts, Kansas, Arizona, Washington and Hawaii are also represented in the class. 2009 signee Van Noy prepped in Nevada.

BYU's class is ranked No. 22 in the nation by Scout.com—the top-rated recruiting effort from the Mountain West Conference and among schools from a non-automatic qualifying BCS conference. This year’s BYU class tops its No. 40 Scout.com rating in 2009 and No. 42 class in 2007.

BYU’s recruiting efforts have helped the Cougars become one of only five programs in the nation to win 10 or more games each of the last four years. BYU has earned a 43-9 record over that span—a standard topped by only four teams nationally—while finishing among the nation’s top 25 each year. In 2009, BYU went 11-2 to finish No. 12 in the final rankings.

Brief biographies and a complete list of BYU’s 2010 class as well as returning missionaries are included below.

Jordan Afo


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Defensive Line

6-4, 300

Salt Lake City, Utah

Cottonwood HS

Ranked the No. 15 football recruit out of the state of Utah by Rivals.com ... totaled 19 tackles in 2009, helping his team to an 8-4 record ... suffered a broken back during his junior year ... also recruited by Utah and Utah State ... coached by Cecil Thomas.

*Ross Apo


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Wide Receiver

6-4, 190

Arlington, Texas

The Oakridge School

Ranked the No. 13 wide receiver in the nation by Rivals.com ... averaged 19.1 yards per catch over his three year prep career ... totaled nearly 2,000 receiving yards ... 22 career touchdown receptions, including 21 over the past two seasons ... averaged 22.5 yards on 36 receptions as a senior, totaling 810 yards and 10 touchdowns ... as a junior he hauled in 37 passes for 764 yards for a 20.6 yards-per-catch average with 11 touchdown receptions ... he also recorded 27 catches for 331 yards and one touchdown as a sophomore ... invited to play in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl ... also recruited by California, Kansas State, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, Texas and Tulsa ... coached by Phillip Farhat.

*Mid-year enrollee

Jordan Black


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Offensive Line

6-7, 235

Sandy, Utah

Alta HS

Ranked No. 9 football recruit out of the state of Utah by Scout.com... earned All-State mention... helped lead Alta to two consecutive state titles, including a 10-3 record in 2009... team captain ... shows the ability to win battles at a consistent rate and has good quickness and body control ...also played basketball where he averaged five points and five rebounds per game... coached by Les Hamilton.

Algernon Brown

Running Back


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6-1, 205

Salt Lake City, Utah

Skyline HS

Rated No. 4 prospect from Utah by Rivals.com and No. 13 by Scout.com ... recorded 92 carries for 783 yards and 13 touchdowns as a senior ... averaged 8.5 yards per carry ... does a great job of following his blockers and can hit the hole quickly ... good vision and excellent strength and instincts ... added 132 carries for 840 yards and 10 touchdowns in 2008 ... had a career total of 271 carries for 1,983 yards and 30 touchdowns ... coached by Roger Dupaix.

Tayo Fabuluje


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Defensive Line

6-6, 255

Arlington, Texas

The Oakridge School

Named to the Arlington Times-Register’s Football Super Teams Offensive Second Team ... helped lead Oakridge to a 9-2 record in 2009 ... teammate of fellow recruits Ross Apo and Teu Kautai ... also recruited by Arizona, Arkansas, Kansas State, Nebraska, North Texas, Purdue, San Diego State, TCU, Tulsa and Utah ... coached by Phillip Farhat.

Alani Fua


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Tight End/Defensive Lineman

6-5, 210

Westlake Village, Calif.

Oaks Christian HS

Rated the No. 25 weakside defensive end in the nation by Rivals.com ... recorded 71 tackles as a senior, along with nine sacks, one interception, two fumble recoveries and three forced fumbles as Oaks Christian earned a 13-1 record ... also caught 25 passes for 303 yards and three touchdowns in 2009 ... had 67 tackles, three sacks, two fumble recoveries and one forced fumble as a junior ... his older brother, Sione, is a defensive tackle at Stanford ... teammate of fellow BYU recruit Zac Stout ... also recruited by Arizona, Arizona State, Hawaii, Ohio State, Oregon State and Washington ... coached by Bill Redell.

Kori Gaines


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Defensive Back

5-9, 170

Loganville, Georgia

Grayson HS

Three-year starter for Grayson ... all-county and first-team all-state selection ... helped lead his team to a 12-1 overall record in 2009 as key member of defensive unit that allowed on average eight points per game and produced five shutouts ... returned punt 52 yards for a touchdown against Roswell in a Georgia 5A quarterfinal victory ... led county with school-record nine interceptions in 2009 and added 25 tackles ... finished second on the team in tackles as a junior with 46 ... also broke up seven passes with two picks in 2008 ... contributor on special teams with a 31.1 kick return average, including a long of 99 yards for a touchdown ... piled up 39 tackles and four interceptions his sophomore season ... has excellent quickness and change of direction ... fast in the open field and closes quickly on the run or the pass ... coached by Mickey Conn ... Grayson defensive line coach Lenny Gregory played defensive line for the Cougars from 1991-93.

Jacob Hannemann


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Defensive Back

6-1, 190

Highland, Utah

Lone Peak High School

Helped lead Lone Peak High School to a 9-3 overall record in 2009, including a 5-1 league-best mark in 5A’s Region 4 along with Alta High School ... totaled 33 tackles with four interceptions ... had five or more tackles in four games ... Had 19 receptions for 380 yards and seven touchdowns and rushed three times for 20 yards on offense ... recorded season-high 137 yards with two touchdowns against American Fork ... all-state second team ... team MVP ... coached by Tony McGeary ... selected by the Kansas City Royals in the 48th round (1,439 overall pick) of the 2010 Major League Baseball Amateur Draft as a center fielder.

*Jake Heaps


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Quarterback

6-2, 205

Issaquah, Wash.

Skyline HS

Ranked the No. 1 quarterback in the country by Scout.com and No. 1 pro-style quarterback by Rivals.com ... named the top college football recruit out of the state of Washington by MaxPreps ... earned Parade All-America honors following his senior season ... was invited to play in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl as the starting quarterback for the West team ... led Skyline to three consecutive state championships ... 2009 first-team All-State quarterback ... AP Washington State Player of the Year ... USA Today All-America first team selection ... 40-2 record as a starting quarterback ... completed 213-of-352 passes for 3,191 yards and 45 touchdowns as a senior ... team captain ... threw a state-title game record four touchdown passes in a 45-21 victory against Ferris HS ... career totals were 9,196 yards, 114 touchdowns and only 18 interceptions ... rushed for 30 touchdowns ... 2008 KingCo 4A All-Conference Co-Offensive MVP ... KingCo 4A All-Conference Quarterback ... Seattle Times MVP ... Gatorade Washington State Player of the Year ... AP State Player of the Year ... helped Skyline achieve a perfect 28-0 record over his sophomore and junior seasons ... also recruited by California, Notre Dame, Tennessee, Washington and LSU ... coached by Mat Taylor.

*Mid-year enrollee

Toloa’i Ho-Ching


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Linebacker

6-0, 225

Sandy, Utah

Alta HS

Rated the No. 23 inside linebacker by Rivals.com ... rated No. 5 prospect from Utah by Scout.com and No. 8 by Rivals.com ... totaled 81 tackles as a senior, as well as 10.5 sacks and a blocked field goal ... led 5A in sacks ... despite missing two games in 2009 due to a knee injury, he helped Alta advance to the 5A state semifinals ... two-year all-state selection ... had 82 tackles as a junior, 15 sacks and one interception ... also recruited by California, Colorado, UCLA, Utah, Utah State, Wisconsin and Wyoming ... coached by Les Hamilton.

Jordan Johnson


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Defensive Back

5-10, 175

North Andover, Mass.

Brooks School

Leage MVP ... helped Brooks School reach a 7-2 record as a senior ... he ran for 950 yards and 12 touchdowns, passed for 640 yards and six touchdowns and had 48 tackles on defense ... tallied 660 yards rushing as a freshman and 563 yards as a sophomore ... also recruited by Bryant, Connecticut, Northeastern and Tulsa ... coached by John Quirk.

Tuni Kanuch


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Offensive Line

6-1, 285

South Jordan, Utah

Bingham HS

Named a first-team All-American by MaxPreps ... ranked the No. 6 football recruit out of the state of Utah by Scout.com ... four-year starter at Bingham, helping them to a 13-1 record in 2009 ... quick enough to get out in space and run the field and always seems to get good positioning ... named the Deseret News 2009 Mr. Football ... first-team all-state as a sophomore, junior and senior ... also recruited by Utah ... coached by Dave Peck.

Bronson Kaufusi


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Defensive Line

6-6, 220

Provo, Utah

Timpview HS

Ranked the No. 9 strongside defensive end in the nation by Rivals.com ... rated the No. 1 recruit out of the state of Utah by Scout.com and Rivals.com ... Red Zone Player of the Year ... Utah County Defensive MVP ... was invited to play in the 2010 Under Armour All-America Football Game ... totaled 19 tackles and two sacks in 2009 before suffering a season-ending knee injury ... recorded over 70 tackles, 9.5 sacks, 23 forced fumbles and batted down a team record 21 passes in 2008 ... had 57 tackles and eight sacks as a sophomore ... also recruited by Stanford ... coached by Louis Wong ... father, Steve, is the defensive line coach at BYU.

Teu Kautai


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Linebacker

6-1, 200

Arlington, Texas

The Oakridge School

An all-around athlete who played quarterback, safety and linebacker at The Oakridge School in Arlington, Texas ... high school teammate of fellow BYU commits Ross Apo and Tayo Fabuluje ... a team captain with outstanding leadership abilities ... led the offensive unit at quarterback with dual-threat agility as a passer and runner ... an aggressive defender who runs well and has great athleticism ... helped The Oakridge School achieve a 9-2 record in 2009 ... coached by Phillip Farhat.

Collin Keoshian


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Linebacker

6-2, 225

Canyon Country, Calif.

Santa Clarita Christian School

The first recruit to ever sign with BYU from a eight-man football team ... totaled 169 tackles during his senior season, along with eight interceptions, four fumble recoveries and three forced fumbles ... responsible for 45 touchdowns in 2009 ... passed for 408 yards and five touchdowns ... ran for 2,226 yards on 251 carries for 32 touchdowns ... caught 20 passes for 370 yards and seven scores ... 2006 Heritage Defensive MVP ... coached by Garrick Moss.

AJ Moore


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Running Back

5-10, 190

Murrieta, Calif.

Murrieta Valley HS

Scored 14 touchdowns last season, 10 rushing and four receiving his junior year... ran for 1,040 yards on 135 carries and caught 60 passes for 700 yards during his junior campaign... rushed for 921 yards on 125 carries and 12 touchdowns his senior season... recorded 37 receptions for 548 yards and four touchdowns the same year... also completed a 46-yard touchdown pass against Rancho Verde as a senior... selected as the NFL’s initial ‘Legacy Project’ athlete and was mentored by NFL Hall of Famer Ron Yary... also recruited by Boise State, Fresno State and San Diego State... coached by Greg Ireland.

Manu Mulitalo


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Offensive Line

6-3, 305

West Valley City, Utah

Granger HS

Ranked the No. 13 recruit out of the state of Utah by Rivals.com and No. 16 by Scout.com ... offensive MVP at USC Nike Camp in 2009 ... second-team all-state ... All-Poly camp MVP ... all-region ... finishes his blocks, moves his feet well and has a great punch ... cousin of BYU’s Ryan Mulitalo ... also recruited by Navy, Utah, Washington, Washington State and UCLA ... coached by Doyle Holt.

Joey Owens


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Linebacker

6-2, 215

Pleasant Grove, Utah

Pleasant Grove HS

Ranked the No. 9 football recruit out of the state of Utah by Rivals.com and No. 11 by Scout.com ... recognized as first-team All-Region ... totaled 35 tackles as a senior, along with two sacks, helping the Vikings to an 8-3 record ... also saw time as a running back, totaling 417 career yards and five touchdowns on 67 carries ... shows a good combination of speed, quickness, and strength ... he can drop back into the passing lanes and effectively pass protect ... uses his quickness to outmaneuver most blockers, making plays from sideline to sideline ... teammate of fellow BYU recruit Bryan Sampson ... coached by Dale Sampson.

Drew Phillips


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Running Back

6-0, 175

Boaz, Alabama

Boaz High School

An aggressive runner with 4.39 40-yard dash speed amassed more than 5,000 rushing yards and 35 touchdowns during his career... averaged nearly 6.5 yards per carry over his career ... one of top three running backs in the state in 2009, earning first-team All-State honors by the Alabama Sports Writers Association ... rushed for more than 200 yards in at least five games in 2009 while helping Boaz to a 7-3 overall record and Region 7-best (tied) 6-1 mark ... rushed for 1,900 yards and returned four kicks for touchdowns in 2009 ... received Star of Alabama recognition vs. Albertville after rushing for 248 yards on 36 carries ... finished his junior season in 2008 with a school-record 2,196 yards rushing with 18 touchdowns, averaging 7.2 yards per carry ... also played quarterback out of the "wildcat" formation where he passed for 222 yards and four touchdowns ... selected Marshall County MVP, Marshall County All-County team, the Gadsden Times All-Area team and MVP, Huntsville Elite All-Metro Team, and honorable mention All-State (5A) by the ASWA ... shattered school records for most rushing yards in a single season, and longest punt return for a touchdown in school history (99 yards) ... rushed for more than 1,200 yards as a sophomore in 2007... selected All-Marshall County and team offensive MVP in 2007... also recruited by Florida State, Illinois, Louisville, North Alabama, Stanford, SMU, Central Michigan, Utah and Wyoming ... coached by Drew Noles.

*Joshua Quezada


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Running Back

5-11, 210

La Habra, Calif.

La Habra HS

Rushed for 2,114 yards and 26 touchdowns, while adding 186 yards and two touchdowns as a receiver, to lead the Highlanders to their third-straight CIF-Southern Section Southwest Division Championship in 2009 ... named the 2009 Freeway League MVP, Daily News 2009 Football Player of the Year and CIF-SS Offensive Player of the Year ... back-to-back first-team All-Orange County selection ... ran for 1,680 yards on 163 carries and 21 touchdowns as a junior in 2008 ... also added 21 receptions for 318 yards and three touchdowns ... First Team All-Orange County ... First Team All-League and First Team All-CIF ... also recruited by Colorado State, Fresno State, Hawaii, New Mexico State, San Diego State, Stanford, Utah and Washington ... coached by Frank Mazzotta.

*Mid-year enrollee

Graham Rowley


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Defensive Line

6-4, 270

Waialua, Hawaii

Waialua HS

Ranked the No. 11 offensive guard in the country by Scout.com ... a first-team all-state selection by the Honolulu Advertiser ... has quick feet, balance, and the ability to use his hands ... 1.56 10-yard dash and 4.82 40-yard dash times ... also recruited by Arizona, Colorado, Hawaii, SMU, Stanford and Washington ... coached by Lincoln Barit.

Bryan Sampson


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Tight End

6-4, 210

Pleasant Grove, Utah

Pleasant Grove HS

Ranked the No. 35 tight end in the nation by Rivals.com ... rated the No. 10 football recruit out of the state of Utah by Scout.com and Rivals.com ... caught 21 passes for 249 yards during his senior season as the Vikings earned an 8-3 record ... caught the game-winning touchdown in the regional championship game against Riverton ... posted 12 catches for 169 yards and a touchdown as a junior ... he proves to be an outstanding blocker with a long wingspan, he's quick off the ball, runs good routes, and shows a good pair of hands ... also recruited by Idaho State, Utah State and Washington State ... coached by Dale Sampson.

Zac Stout


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Linebacker

6-2, 220

Westlake Village, Calif.

Oaks Christian HS

Ranked the No. 8 middle linebacker in the country by Scout.com ... was invited to play in the Offense-Defense All-American Bowl ... 2009 All-CIF Northwest Division selection ... led his team to the state championship game his senior season ... totaled 112 tackles as a junior, including 81 solo take downs ... averaged 8.6 tackles per game ... recorded two interceptions, returning one for a touchdown against Nordhoff ... also had two fumble recoveries ... 2008 First Team All-Tri Valley League ... helped Oaks Christian to a California State record-setting sixth-straight CIF-SS Championship ... recorded 112 tackles as a sophomore, 22 for loss, helping the Lions to the CIF-SS title ... also recruited by Arizona, Colorado State, Nebraska, Oregon State, Washington and Washington State ... coached by Bill Redell.

Sae Tautu


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Linebacker

6-3, 215

Highland, Utah

Lone Peak HS

Ranked the No. 8 football recruit out of the state of Utah by Scout.com ... named defensive MVP at the 2009 All-Polynesian Camp in Bountiful ... totaled 87 tackles and five sacks as a senior, leading Lone Peak to a 9-3 record and 5-1 league-best mark in 5A’s Region 4 along with Alta High School ... named Outstanding Linebacker at the BYU football camp ... also recruited by Stanford and Wyoming ... coached by Monte Morgan.

Travis Tuiloma


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Defensive Line

6-3, 290

Topeka, Kansas

Washburn Rural High School

Consensus First-Team All-State selection ... earned Class 6A All-State honors from the Football Coaches Association as an offensive lineman ... rated the No. 13 recruit out of Kansas according to Rivals.com ... received prestigious selection to participant in the 2010 Kansas Shrine Bowl All-Star Football Game to be played July 31, 2010, in Pittsburg, Kansas ... team captain ... first-team all-city, first-team all-league, first-team all-state defense, First-Team All-State 6A Coaches' Association selection ... coached by Derick Hammes.

Blair Tushaus


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Offensive Line

6-2, 270

Scottsdale, Ariz.

Notre Dame Preparatory

Ranked the No. 15 center in the country by Scout.com ... Scout.com 4A-II first-team all-state ... named first-team all-region as a junior after helping Notre Dame to the 4A2 state title and a perfect 14-0 record ... suffered a torn ACL prior to his senior season ... also recruited by Air Force, Arizona, Arizona State, Army, California, Duke, Nevada, New Mexico State, Northern Arizona, Notre Dame, San Diego State and UNLV ... coached by Scot Bemis.

*Kyle Van Noy


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Linebacker

6-4, 209

Reno, Nev.

McQueen HS

First-team All-State ... playing linebacker and receiver, helped lead his team to a perfect 14-0 record and 4A state title in 2008 ... caught 35 passes for 731 yards and 18 touchdowns and rushed the ball 10 times for 121 yards ... defensively, had 79 tackles (55 solos), 10 tackles for loss, six forced fumbles, four fumble recoveries, 14 sacks and one interception for a score ... as a junior had 69 tackles, 24 tackles for loss, seven sacks, seven fumbles caused and two interceptions while totaling 805 yards receiving and 13 touchdowns on offense ... was an all-conference and all-area selection as a sophomore and was also an all-league performer in track (4x100, 4x200 and 4x400) ... also recruited by Arizona State, UCLA, Boise State, Cal and Colorado.

*Member of the 2009 recruiting class


2010 BYU Football Signees Roster

Name Pos. Height Weight Hometown/Last School

Jordan Afo DL 6-4 300 Salt Lake City, Utah/Cottonwood HS

Ross Apo WR 6-4 190 Arlington, Texas/The Oakridge School

Jordan Black OL 6-7 235 Sandy, Utah/Alta HS

Algernon Brown RB 6-1 205 Salt Lake City, Utah/Skyline HS

Tayo Fabuluje DL 6-6 255 Arlington, Texas/The Oakridge School

Alani Fua DL/TE 6-5 210 Westlake Village, Calif./Oaks Christian HS

Kori Gaines DB 5-9 170 Loganville, Ga./Grayson HS

Jacob Hannemann DB 6-1 190 Highland, Utah/Lone Peak HS

Jake Heaps QB 6-2 205 Issaquah, Wash./Skyline HS

Toloa’I Ho-Ching LB 6-0 225 Sandy, Utah/Alta HS

Jordan Johnson DB 5-10 175 North Andover, Mass./Brooks School

Tuni Kanuch OL 6-1 285 South Jordan, Utah/Bingham HS

Bronson Kaufusi DL 6-6 220 Provo, Utah/Timpview HS

Teu Kautai LB 6-1 200 Arlington, Texas/The Oakridge School

Collin Keoshian LB 6-2 225 Canyon Country, Calif./Santa Clarita Christian

AJ Moore RB 5-10 190 Murrieta, Calif./Murrieta Valley HS

Manu Mulitalo OL 6-3 305 West Valley City, Utah/Granger HS

Joey Owens LB 6-2 215 Pleasant Grove, Utah/Pleasant Grove HS

Drew Phillips RB 6-0 175 Boaz, Ala./Boaz HS

Joshua Quezada RB 5-11 210 La Habra, Calif./La Habra HS

Graham Rowley DL 6-4 270 Waialua, Hawaii/Waialua HS

Bryan Sampson TE 6-4 210 Pleasant Grove, Utah/Pleasant Grove HS

Zac Stout LB 6-2 220 Westlake Village, Calif./Oaks Christian HS

Sae Tautu LB 6-3 215 Highland, Utah/Lone Peak HS

Travis Tuiloma DL 6-3 290 Topeka, Kan./Washburn Rural HS

Blair Tushaus OL 6-2 270 Scottsdale, Ariz./Notre Dame Prep.

*Kyle Van Noy LB 6-4 209 Reno, Nev./McQueen HS

*Member of the 2009 recruiting class

Previously Signed Missionaries Returning for 2010 Season

Name Pos. Height Weight Hometown/Last School

Famika Anae OL 6-5 260 Provo, Utah/Timpview HS

Tyler Beck LB 6-1 210 Murrieta, Calif./Vista Murrieta HS

Austin Holt TE 6-6 230 South Jordan, Utah/Bingham HS

Austen Jorgensen LB 6-3 230 Mt. Pleasant, Utah/North Sanpete HS

Walter Kahaialii OL 6-3 320 Lahaina, Hawaii/Kamehameha-Maui HS

James Lark QB 6-2 219 St. George, Utah/Pine View HS

Devin Mahina TE/DE 6-6 225 Upland, Calif./Upland HS

Eathyn Manumaleuna DL 6-2 280 Anchorage, Alaska/Timpview HS

Marcus Mathews WR 6-4 200 Beaverton, Ore./Southridge HS

Jason Munns QB 6-5 244 Kennewick, Wash./Southridge HS

Jordan Smith WR 6-4 190 Spanish Fork, Utah/Spanish Fork HS

Manaaki Vaitai OL 6-3 300 Euless, Texas/Trinity HS

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