So far in June BYU football has seen the commitments of Bodie Schoonver, Carter Wheat, Ace Kaufusi, and Dalton Riggs.  But the offers continue to fly of the shelf as elite talent continues to showcase their talents at the various camps around the country.  After showcasing their skills in Provo and talking with Cougar coaches, scholarship offers were extended to Calvin Wiggins Jr., Ethan Erickson, Michael Daley, Deamikkio Nathan, Jurrian Hering, and Nukuluve Helu.

Calvin Wiggins Jr. (Class of 2019) is a 6-foot-4 190 pound wide receiver and quarterback at Byron Nelson high school in Trophy Club, Texas. He runs a 4.48 forty and has a 31-inch vertical. Wiggins has been rated 3-stars by 247 Sports and has received offers from Arkansas State, Army, Georgetown, Kansas, Missouri State, Navy, New Mexico, New Mexico State, Stephen F. Austin, and Wyoming. He is also being recruited by Arizona State, Houston, and Texas Tech.


Ethan Erickson is a 6-foot-5 225 pound tight end and punter from Kahuku high school in Hawaii. Erickson is also rated 3-stars by 247 Sports and has been offered by BYU and Utah State.

Michael Daley (Class of 2019) is a 6-foot-3 225 pound outside linebacker and defensive end for Lone Peak high school (Alpine, Utah). He runs a 4.65 forty, has a 34-inch vertical, and can bench 335 lbs. and squat 475. Daley has scholarship offers from Air Force, BYU, and UNLV.


Deamikkio Nathan (Class of 2021) is a 6-foot-0 170 pound wide receiver from South Grand Prairie high school (Grand Prairie, Texas). He has scholarship offers from Bowling Green, BYU, and Kansas State.


Jurrian Hering (Class of 2019) is a 6-foot-1 180 cornerback and wide receiver from Gig Harbor high school (Gig Harbor, WA). He runs a 4.47 forty, 10.81 100m, and has a 37 inch vertical. Hering is rated 3-stars by 247 Sports. BYU was Hering’s first D1 scholarship offer, but he has already picked up another offer (from Idaho State).


Nukuluve Helu (Class of 2020) is a 6-foot-1 200 pound running back and defensive back for Tooele high school (Tooele, UT).


Also making unofficial visits to Provo were Deacon Kapea, Lawaia Brown, and Deavyn Woullard.

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