Harris LaChance: OL #76, Class of 2015

Harris LaChance is a 6-foot-8 315-pound offensive lineman for Brigham Young University, recruited as part of the Class of 2015.

BYU summary: In four seasons at BYU (roster years 2018-2022), LaChance has appeared in 33 games (BYUcougars.com).

  • 2022 (Junior).
  • 2021 (Sophomore). Played with injuries throughout the season, appearing in five games
  • 2020 (COVID Sophomore). Played in 11 games
  • 2019 (Freshman). Played in all 13 games, mostly on special teams
  • 2018 (Redshirt). Played in four games
  • 2016-2017 (LDS mission). Nashville, Tennessee

High School. LaChance prepped at Herriman high school (Herriman, Utah), where he played on the offensive line, tight end, and defensive end.  Between his junior and senior years he had 100 tackles (33 solo) with 10.5 tackles for loss, six quarterback hurries, two passes defended, one forced fumble, and 8.5 sacks (MaxPreps). He helped Herriman to region titles in 2013 and 2014 and was named all-region and All-State in 2014. LaChance also played basketball and rugby for Herriman.

Recruitment. LaChance was recruited by TCU, Utah, Utah State, Washington, and Wisconsin. LaChance originally committed and signed with Utah State, but after his LDS mission he signed and committed with the Cougs (December 20, 2017).

Personal. LaChance served a mission for the Church of Jesus-Christ of Latter-Day Saints at Nashville, Tennessee. He is married to Grace and they have a son Harvey.

Social Media. Follow and support LaChance on Twitter at @HarrisLachance and on Instagram at @harris11lachance, and on LinkedIn.

Resources: BYU Player Profile, 247 Recruiting Profile, MaxPreps Stats

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