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BYU receives commitment from Bingham High athlete Isaiah Glasker

A three-star recruit, Glasker is the 12th commit in the Cougars’ 2021 class.

BYU players run onto the field as they and Hawaii prepare to play at LaVell Edwards Stadium in Provo on Oct. 13, 2018.
In this Oct. 13, 2018 file photo, BYU players run onto the field as they and Hawaii prepare to play at LaVell Edwards Stadium in Provo on Saturday.
Scott G Winterton, Deseret News

The future of BYU football just got a little brighter.

In an announcement made via Twitter Monday night, Bingham High standout Isaiah Glasker committed to the Cougars and became the 12th member of BYU’s 2021 recruiting class.

A 247Sports composite three-star recruit, the 6-5, 195 pound Glasker is the 17th highest-rated recruit in the state of Utah and the 129th-rated athlete (his designated position by recruiting services) in the country.

Glasker choose BYU over Weber State — the Wildcats were one of two teams to offer him a scholarship, BYU being the other — Utah and Utah State, according to 247Sports.

Glasker played on both offense and defense this past season for Bingham. On offense, he proved a prolific pass catcher and finished the year with a 48 receptions for 811 yards and nine touchdowns, all team-highs. On defense, he racked up 31 tackles and three interceptions.

Glasker is the third Miner to commit to an in-state FBS program this year. Defensive ends Viliami Pouha and Tupou Maile are committed to Utah and Utah State, respectively.