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What recruits tweeted after BYU football's big visit weekend

A lot of players were on campus over the weekend. Here's some of what they said.

Mufi Hunt was one of many players to tweet about their BYU visit.
Mufi Hunt was one of many players to tweet about their BYU visit.
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The big-visit weekend for BYU recruiting is past. The recruits went snowmobiling, attended a packed Smith Fieldhouse for a men's volleyball match Friday, then were treated to an energetic crowd at the Marriott Center to see men's basketball dispatch Santa Clara.

Here's some of the reaction from the players who spent time in Provo this weekend, starting with three players who made their decision:

Jacob Jimenez, offensive lineman (Pflugerville, TX) and former Oregon State commit:

Trevor Brent, cornerback (Mesquite, TX). Had an offer from Boise State:

And a surprise: Air Force commit Brady Christensen, offensive lineman (Bountiful, UT) made a change:

Aside from those who verbally committed, the highest-rated uncommitted target on the trip was cornerback Dayan Lake (Layton, UT):

Another higher-rated target, JC safety recruit Khari Vanderbilt, had some snowmobiling fun. He was okay.

BYU got last word in on DE target Mufi Hunt, who is last on record as saying he is split equally 4 ways between BYU, Michigan State, Oregon State, and Washington State:

ESPN's Merril Hoge was in Provo with his son, QB commit Beau, and snapped this picture of some of the big nasties that were on visit:

(L-R: OL Zach Hoyt, OL Jacob Jimenez, OL J.J. Nwigwe, DL David Lui, DL Tevita Mounga)

Coppell teammates and BYU commits Scott Huntsman and Charles West were on the scene:

The big visit weekend had BYU running back Squally Canada (5 below) reminiscing about official visits from his past:

Dallas athlete and BYU commit Micah Simon was pumped about fellow Texan Jimenez pledging to BYU and spent time with some Cougars from the metroplex:

BYU's top-rated commit Kieffer Longson was spotted near that crystal ball:

Two guys who looked like they had a lot of fun were David Lui and Tevita Mounga:

These dudes were all spotted:

Finally, long snapper commit Matt Foley was like a kid in a candy shop. He's excited to be a Cougar.

Signing day is Wednesday. Make sure to bookmark our Signing Day Central stream and join us Feb. 4 for the extravaganza.