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

Koa Eldredge

WR 6-0 185 Honolulu, Hawaii (Punahou HS): Ranked as the No. 21 overall prospect in Hawaii by the industry-generated 247Sports Composite rankings.

Ace Kaufusi

LB 6-3 190 Kahuku, Hawaii (Kahuku HS): Latest in a long line of family members and extended family members to play for BYU; will serve a mission before enrolling.

Devonta’e Henry-Cole

RB 5-9 197 Boca Raton, Florida (University of Utah): Announced last week that he would be transferring from Utah to BYU.

Miles Davis

DB/WR 6-1 193 Las Vegas (Las Vegas HS): Had 46 receptions for 1,041 yards and 11 touchdowns as a senior.

Tate Romney

LB 6-3 220 Chandler, Arizona (Chandler HS): Had 272 career tackles, including 34.0 tackles for loss and 15.0 sacks, while earning three state titles at Chandler.

Devin Downing

WR 6-2 175 American Fork, Utah (American Fork HS): Posted back-to-back 1,000-yard receiving seasons, will serve a church mission before enrolling.

Jake Griffin

OL 6-6 265 Mesa, Arizona (Red Mountain HS): Three-start recruit played offensive tackle and defensive tackle and was named all-conference second team by AZPreps365.com in 2019.

John Nelson

DE 6-4 260 Salem, Utah (Salem Hills HS): Outstanding pass rusher’s mother played basketball for BYU and his father played basketball for Boise State.

Logan Pili

DB 6-1 195 Provo, Utah (Timpview HS): Younger brother of current Cougars Trajan and Keenan Pili, could play multiple defensive positions for BYU.

Bodie Schoonover

LB 6-4 210 American Fork, Utah (American Fork HS): Three-star recruit stuck with BYU over a strong push from UCLA and also had offers from Nebraska and Utah.

Dean Jones

DB 6-2 180 Phoenix, Arizona (American Leadership Academy): Transferred from North Canyon HS in Phoenix after committing to BYU and prior to his senior season.

Preston Rex

DB 6-0 187 San Clemente, California (San Clemente HS): A legacy recruit, Rex’s father Byron played for the Cougars, and his brother Isaac is currently on the team.

Ty Burke

DB 6-1 175 Syracuse, Utah (Syracuse HS): Committed to the Cougars on Dec. 15 just before the early signing period.

Petey Tuipulotu

DB 6-3 190 Fort Mill, South Carolina (Nation Ford HS): Son of former BYU great Peter Tuipulotu will carry on the family legacy and join current Cougar TE Hank Tuipulotu in Provo.

Early signing period

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

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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.

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