Koy Detmer hasn't made up his mind yet, but two more junior-college defensive backs have agreed to play football for BYU and several high school prospects have acknowledged that they are leaning toward the Cougars.

Detmer, Ty's younger brother and a record-setting quarterback in Texas, said he doesn't plan to make a decision - or at least announce it - for a couple of weeks yet. Besides BYU, he has been heavily recruited by Penn State and Texas, among others.Another highly sought prep quarterback, Paul Shoemaker of Longmont, Colo., indicated last week that he was choosing between BYU and Colorado. Shoemaker, who planned to make his official visit to the Cougar campus this past weekend, said, "I've always wanted to go to BYU." A 6-foot, 193-pounder, he finished his career as one of the top prep quarterbacks ever in Colorado.

Casey Mazzotta, a 6-foot, 175-pounder, played safety for his dad, coach Frank Mazzotta, at Cerritos College in Norwalk, Calif., last season. A Tustin High School grad and JC Academic All-American, Mazzotta was a first-team all-conference pick.

Franz Cowart, 5-10, 175 pounds, played last season for San Bernardino Valley College in San Bernardino, Calif. Cowart prepped at San Gorgonio (Calif.) High and was an all-conference selection in junior college. Among the schools recruiting him was Cal.

One high school player who said he was "pretty much committed" to BYU is Brooks Ward, a 6-5, 305-pound offensive lineman from Moody, Ala. He made the Alabama Super All-State Team and was recruited by Florida and Southeast Conference powers Tennessee, Alabama and Auburn.

BYU is in the running for the services of a familiar name to local high school football fans - Cliff Doman, two-time all-state receiver from Skyline High. Doman, whose elder brother Bryce is already a Cougar, has narrowed his choices to BYU or West Point. He's 5-10, 160, with 4.5 speed, and he was the Gatorade Circle of Champions Player of the Year for Utah.

Alex Sawatzke, a 6-1, 230-pound linebacker from Kennedy High in Granada Hills, Calif., is considering BYU, along with Oregon State, Arizona and Pacific. Sawatzke made the All-City and All-Area teams his senior year, and was the Area defensive player of the year.

The Deseret News recently reported that linebacker Shay Muirbrook, 6-foot, 212, of Norco, Calif., planned to attend BYU, while offensive lineman Jason Behunin, 6-7, 275, was leaning toward the Cougars.

BYU, which is prohibited by NCAA rules from commenting on potential high school recruits, announced last week that it had signed two linebackers, two defensive backs and a kicker from the junior-college ranks.