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BYU Football Personnel News: DB Isaiah Armstrong to transfer, TE Dallin Holker to serve mission

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Two BYU players announced news regarding their future, as DB Isaiah Armstrong announced he will leave as a graduate transfer and TE Dallin Holker has plans to serve a Church mission.

Isaiah Armstrong

Isaiah Armstrong announced on his personal twitter account that he will graduate in April and transfer for his final season of eligibility.

Armstrong came to BYU as a JUCO transfer in 2016. After playing in 6 six games in 2016 and redshirting in 2017, Armstrong played in all 13 games as a junior this past season and recorded 3 tackles.

Congrats to Isaiah on earning his degree, and best of luck in the future!

Armstrong joins Akile Davis, Wayne Tei-Kirby and Christian Folau as players that have announced their transfers.

Dallin Holker

Holker played his true freshman season this year after signing as one of the top recruits in the 2018 recruiting class. He showed flashes of his pass-catching ability this year, and finished with 19 catches for 235 yards and 1 touchdown.

His dad posted on Facebook about Dallin’s mission plans.

Holker would’ve been a key part of the offense next year, but BYU’s tight end group appears strong in 2019 with Matt Bushman, Moroni Laulu-Pututau, promising freshman Hank Tuipulotu and the possible addition of Joe Tukuafu.

Good luck to Dallin on his mission! He’ll be a big part of BYU’s offense when he returns.