A couple of pieces of recruiting news today coming out of Southern California for BYU, as they added a commit to the 2018 class and extended an offer to a defensive back in the 2019 class.
Alexander Miskela, a linebacker out of Bellflower, CA, announced on Twitter that he had committed to play for BYU. The 6’2’’, 220 lbs defensive standout made the transition from defensive lineman to linebacker in his senior season after transferring from St. John Bosco to Los Alamitos. The move gave him more attention from D1 schools as he was able to play a position that was a better fit for his size.
A Cougar is Born pic.twitter.com/uYfv3qP6QP— Alexander Miskela (@_miskela_) January 23, 2018
Below are Miskela’s junior year highlights; his senior year highlights are not posted on hudl.
BYU also extended an offer to 2019 CB / WR JL Skinner out of Point Loma, CA. The 6’3’’, 185 lbs. athlete with excellent ball hawking skills played both ways his junior season and also plays basketball. BYU is the first school to offer Skinner a scholarship. You can watch his junior year highlights below.