Ryan Rehkow is a 6-foot-6 232-pound punter/kicker for Brigham Young University, recruited as part of the Class of 2017.
BYU summary: In two seasons at BYU (roster years 2020 and 2021), Rehkow has played and started in all 25 games and has 68 punts for 3207 yards (47.2 avg), five kickoffs for 324 yards, and one rush for 49 yards. (BYUcougars.com).
- 2022 (Sophomore).
- 2021 (Freshman). Played in 13 games (13 starts) and had 40 punts for 1943 yards (48.6 avg), with 16 within the 20 and six touchbacks. Named PFN Independent punter of the Year and first-team for special teams, Phil Steele All-Independent first-team for special teams. Broke BYU modern era record with a 83-yard punt.
- 2020 (COVID Freshman). Played in 12 games (12 starts) and had 28 punts for 1264 yards (45.1 avg), with 16 within the 20. Also had five kickoffs for 324 yards (four touchbacks) and one fake punt for 49 rushing yards. Named 2020 Phil Steele All-Independent First-team punter.
- 2018-2019 (LDS Mission). London, United Kingdom
High School. Rehkow prepped at Central Valley High School (Veradale, WA), where as a senior he had 13 kickoffs for 587 yards (45.2 avg), 20 punts for 797 yards (39.9 avg), was 16-of-16 on PATs, and 3-of-8 on field goals with a long of 39 (MaxPreps). As a junior he was 12-of-18 on field goals with longs of 52 and 57 yards. He was a 4A All-State first-team selection as punter. He also played on the basketball team.
Recruitment. Rehkow was rated 2-stars by 247Sports (0.7947), who rated him the no. 23 overall prospect from the state of Washington for the Class of 2017. He was offered a scholarship to Idaho and was also recruited by Eastern Washington, Missouri, Virginia, Washington, and Washington State. Rehkow committed to BYU on August 2, 2016.