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BYU Football Recruiting: 3-Star TE/OT Trey Andersen commits to the Cougars

BYU adds a local prospect to the 2019 class

Twitter: @TreyAndersen87

BYU added the 15th player to its 2019 recruiting class as 3-Star Lehi tight end Trey Andersen committed to BYU. Andersen announced his commitment via Twitter.

After sitting behind current BYU tight end Dallin Holker as a junior, Andersen had a chance to show off his skill set for Lehi High School during his senior season. Andersen finished the season with 28 receptions for 487 yards and 2 touchdowns, but his versatility and body type may be most intriguing aspects to the BYU coaching staff.

In addition to his pass catching skills, Andersen was also asked to line up and block quite a bit in the Lehi offense. With his 6’6” frame and mobility, Andersen could develop into a good offensive tackle prospect if he packs on the pounds. Depending on the weight he puts on in the upcoming years, coaches have a couple different positions of where they could put Trey. The tight end position seems like it is here to stay in the BYU offense, but offensive tackle could end up being the position where Andersen reaches his highest potential.

You can watch Andersen’s senior year highlights below.