The BYU football program has received another commitment for its 2022 class from an in-state prospect who has seen his recruitment pick up significant steam over the past few weeks.
On Tuesday night, Weber athlete Cannon DeVries announced his pledge to the Cougar program via Twitter less than a month after receiving a scholarship offer from the Provo school.
Listed by 247 Sports at 6 feet and 160 pounds and a 3-star prospect, DeVries had also received an offer from the Colorado Buffaloes after a strong showing at the Battle Phoenix 7-on-7 tournament.
In 2020, DeVries did it all for Weber, as he led the team in all receiving categories, was second in tackles and had three special teams touchdowns.
DeVries becomes the fourth prospect to commit to BYU for 2022, and all four are from Utah. Beside DeVries, American Fork’s Noah Moeaki, Alta’s Maika Kaufusi and Wasatch’s Jarinn Kalama have also pledged.