In the interview seen above with Scout's Doug Kimmel, Jonah Trinnaman, a junior college wide receiver from Snow College, seems extremely likely to sign with BYU in the 2016 class -- but stopped short of saying he was officially committed.
The 6-foot-0, 185 pound Trinnaman is a receiver from American Fork, Utah. As a freshman, he was the Badgers' second-leading receiver with 363 yards and 6 touchdowns on 24 receptions. He was named a top-60 JC wide receiver from JCGridiron.com for the class of 2016.
In the interview, Trinnaman affirmed when Kimmel asked if he was leaning heavily toward BYU. When Kimmel followed up asking how a team could "leap-frog" BYU (like other offers Utah and Oregon State), all Trinnaman could say was, "I'm not really sure. Close to home is ... I want to have my parents come watch me play."
If interest from Oregon turned into an offer, Trinnaman said he'd consider the Ducks but right now he's just focused on BYU -- and even planning on recruiting some of his teammates to Provo as well.
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Here are Trinnaman's highlights from his Hudl profile: