The busy month continued for the BYU football program on the recruiting front Wednesday, as it received commitments from Bingham wide receiver Brayden Cosper and Herriman quarterback Blake Freeland.

Measured at 6-foot-4 and 200 pounds, Cosper committed to the Cougars just a day after receiving a scholarship offer from them, according to Scout.com.

Freeland is listed at 6-foot-8 and 205 pounds as just a sophomore.

They become the ninth and 10th players to commit to BYU this month the Deseret News has reported.

Last season, Cosper led the Miners with 792 receiving yards on 49 catches with nine touchdowns en route to their 5A state championship. In the title game against Lone Peak, he finished with four catches for 55 yards with a touchdown.

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As a sophomore last season, Freeland split quarterbacking duties with Hayden Reynolds but finished the year 29-of-71 for 350 yards with one touchdown and one interception, according to Deseret News statistics.

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