BYU added to its growing list of recent commitments late Tuesday with Ammon Hannemann and Campbell Barrington committing to the program.
Hannemann is a 6-foot-1, 182-pound safety out of Lone Peak High School in Highland, Utah. Hannemann will become the third member of his family to play for the Cougars. His brother, Micah, is a current member of the team and another brother, Jacob, spent a year on the practice squad before being drafted in the 3rd round of the MLB Draft by the Chicago Cubs and going pro.
Hanneman was offered by BYU yesterday and committed shortly after. He is not rated by any of the recruiting sites and BYU is his only offer. He becomes the sixth commitment for BYU’s 2017 class.
Here’s a look at his highlights:
Barrington is a 6-foot-6, 280-pound offensive tackle prospect out of University High School in Spokane Valley, Washington. His brother, Clark, recently signed with BYU as a member of the 2016 class.
Barrington was offered by the Cougars back in January. He isn’t rated by any of the recruiting sites (but that is still the case for a good portion of the 2018 class). In addition to his offer from the Y, Barrington holds an offer from Eastern Washington and has seen interest from Oregon, Utah, Washington, and Washington State.
Here’s a look at Barrington’s highlights: