With national signing day just two days, BYU added the 17th signing/commitment to its 2019 class in athlete Luc Andrada. Luc announced his commitment to the football and track team via Twitter.
The QB and track athlete from Pueblo, Colorado passed for 3,135 yards and 33 TDs his senior season and added 886 rushing yards and 16 TDs on the ground. Andrada is the reigning Colorado 100-meter state champion with a 10.66 time and ran a laser timed 4.46 forty-yard dash this past summer at Arizona State.
With that speed, BYU has different options of where they could put Andrada. WR coach Fesi Sitake has been the main coach recruiting Andrada, meaning WR could be the first position he’s placed at. He also played some cornerback in high school, so that could be an option as well. Andrada has a lot of QB experience, but WR or DB seem like the two most likely options of where he’ll end up.
Andrada had a scholarship offer to play QB at Air Force and was also being pursued by Colorado and Colorado State in both football and track.
You can watch Andrada’s highlights below: