BYU got some good news Tuesday afternoon as twins Elia and Enoka Migao announced their commitment to BYU as part of the 2021 recruiting class.
Blessed by the best! COMMITED!! ⚪️ pic.twitter.com/cVNwHPvcuk— EnokaMigao (@MigaoEnoka) September 1, 2020
I’ve been blessed by Heavenly Father with such an amazing opportunity!! Thank you @Coach_Ramer and the CHS Coaching staff for getting me to this point! Thank you @CoachMateos & @kalanifsitake for this opportunity!! #PumaPride #GoCougs pic.twitter.com/Z3o8ieqXcf— Elia Migao ❄️ (@EliaMigao) September 1, 2020
According to 247 Sports, both are three-star prospects and are two of the top three of BYU’s highest rated commits in the 2021 class. They play at Chaparral HS in Temecula, CA.
Enoka is a 6-foot-5, 230 pounds defensive end who is slimmer than his brother. He had offers from Michigan State, Arizona, Colorado, Oregon State, San Diego State, Utah State, UNLV, Nevada, and others. Enoka is quicker than his brother and projects as a defensive end that can cause havoc in the backfield.
Elia stands at 6-foot-2, 320 pounds and plays along the offensive line. He had offers from Oregon, Nebraska, Michigan State, Colorado, Arizona, Arizona, State, Washington State, San Diego State, Utah State, UNLV, Nevada, and others. Elia is a massive, strong lineman who likely projects as an interior offensive lineman when at BYU.
Overall, a great recruiting win for BYU to land guys that had a host of other P5 schools after them. The Migao twins will be two of the pillars in the 2021 recruiting class. Jeff Hansen of 247 Sports reported that both brothers will play at least a year next season before deciding on potential Church mission plans.
You can watch highlights from Enoka and Elia below.