Total Blue Sports reported on Friday that A.J. Lolohea had made the decision post-mission to transfer to BYU and will be part of the Class of 2017.
Former Weber State signee A.J. Lolohea has returned from his LDS mission & will play at #BYU: https://t.co/1SYMOaRtft @Muffinz228 #RepTheY
— Total Blue Sports (@TotalBlueSports) December 9, 2016
Lolohea prepped at West High School (Salt Lake City, UT), where he played quarterback, linebacker, and defensive end. He transferred to West from Highland High School where he played as quarterback his junior season.
Out of High School Lolohea committed to Weber State University and then served an LDS mission to Tonga. Upon returning home this past summer he decided he wanted a change of scene and began pursuing other options. He will enroll at BYU in January as the fifteenth commit for the Class of 2017. His younger brother Jordan is also being recruited by BYU.
|Hometown:||Salt Lake City, Utah||High School:||West|
|Class:||2017||HT/WT:||6’3”, 230 lbs.|
|Position:||Defensive End||40 time:|
|Offer date:||December 9, 2016||Commit date:||December 9, 2016|
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