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BYU Cougars football: 2020 recruiting class (+live updates, video)

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Brigham Young Cougars head coach Kalani Sitake watches a replay that overturned a fumble recovery by BYU during the second half of an NCAA football game at Maverik Stadium in Logan on Saturday, Nov. 2, 2019.

Colter Peterson, Deseret News

Here is the list of Letter of Intent signings for the Cougars. Come back throughout the day as more are announced.

Josh Larsen

DE 6-4 230 Bountiful, Utah (Woods Cross HS): Also a starter on his high school’s basketball team, committed to Cougars last April.

Isaiah Topou

OL 6-3 315 Sacramento, California (Grant Union HS): Three-star recruit had offers from several Pac-12 schools, but committed to BYU in November; will serve a church mission first.

Tuipulotu Lai

DL 6-3 270 Lahaina, Hawaii (Lahainaluna HS): Helped his high school in Maui win four straight Division II state titles.

Alex Muti

LB 6-3 205 Kealakekua, Hawaii (Konawaena HS): Lanky and fast in the mold of current BYU linebacker Isaiah Kaufusi, committed early and never wavered when other offers came.

Christopher Jackson

WR 5-10 180 Pomona, California (Mt. San Jacinto College): Juco transfer should help immediately as Cougars stand to lose three leading receivers to graduation.

Jacques Wilson

DB 5-11 185 Culver City, California (West LA College): Junior college transfer picked BYU over several Mountain West offers, will help replace standouts Austin Lee and Dayan Ghanwoloku in secondary.

Terence Fall

WR 6-2 185 San Bernardino, California (Aquinas HS): Recruited as an athlete because he can also play defensive back and return kicks.

Kody Epps

WR 5-10 170 Santa Ana, California (Mater Dei HS): Three-star speedster put up prolific numbers, including 28 touchdown catches, at one of his state’s premier prep football programs.

Nukuluve Helu

LB 6-1 195 Tooele, Utah (Tooele HS): Committed last March and stuck to his word despite late overtures from Utah State, others.

Josh Wilson

LB 6-0 210 Draper, Utah (Corner Canyon HS): Brother of current BYU starting QB Zach Wilson is a tackling machine who helped Corner Canyon win two straight state football championships.

Sol-Jay Maiava

QB 6-0 190 Washington, D.C. (St. John’s College HS): Dual-threat signal-caller began his prep career at Kahuku High in Hawaii and could play a different position for BYU.

Bruce Garrett

RB 5-11 190 Texarkana, Texas (Pleasant Grove HS): Set a single-season school rushing record with 2,004 yards from scrimmage his junior season.

Micah Harper

CB 5-11 170 Chandler, Arizona (Basha HS): Three-star prospect in 247Sports.com picked BYU on Monday despite offers from San Diego State, Air Force, Nevada.

BYU’s mid-year January additions (Returning missionaries, others)

Tyler Batty

DL 6-5 235 Payson, Utah (Payson HS): Three-star lineman ranked No. 4 in Utah when he signed with BYU in 2017 before church mission.

Caleb Christensen

DB 5-9 180 Smithfield, Utah (Sky View HS): Member of BYU’s 2019 signing class greyshirted last year.

Mason Fakahua

ATH 6-3 210 Cedar City, Utah (Cedar City HS): Signed with BYU in 2017 as a prep quarterback before serving church mission.

Bentley Hanshaw

TE 6-6 225 Moorpark, California (Moorpark HS): Signed in 2017 and was a member of the scout team during 2017 season.

Fisher Jackson

ATH 6-5 220 South Jordan, Utah (Herriman HS): Played receiver and safety at Herriman before accepting a PWO from BYU in 2019.

Preston Lewis

LB 6-2 225 Alpine, Utah (Lone Peak HS): Three-star recruit had 22 sacks his senior year of high school before church mission.

Ryan Rehkow

K/P 6-5 205 Veradale, Washington (Central Valley HS): Joins a crowded kickers/punters room, but should compete for starting job quickly.

Andrew Slack

OL 6-5 290 Springville, Utah (Springville HS): Signed with Weber State in 2017 after starring in basketball and football in high school.

Seth Willis

OL 6-6 325 Sandy Hook, Connecticut (Newton HS): Helped Newton to a 10-1 record as a high school senior before a church mission.