Simi Fehoko is the most recent commit to the BYU football Class of 2016, choosing the Cougars over Stanford, Michigan, Nebraska, Utah, and many others. The consensus 4-star recruit is one of the top wide receivers in the west and very much in the mold (tall and athletic) of other recent Cougar receivers like Mathews, Kurz, and Weeks. He runs a 4.53 forty and scored a whopping 24 touchdowns as a junior for Brighton. He announced his decision July 19, 2015 via Twitter:
Oh, he picked Stanford. Bummer.
Exclusive: Four-star WR @Simi_Fehoko commits to Stanford. His journey: http://t.co/G2aMa2DjW1 #TribPreps #FearTheTree pic.twitter.com/uf7PlFTP9R
— Trevor Phibbs (@trevorphibbs) July 19, 2015
Fehoko prepped at Brighton High School, where as a sophomore he had 18 receptions for 457 yards and a touchdown, as well as 25 tackles and six interceptions. As a junior he had 65 receptions for 1644 yards and 24 touchdowns. He also had 26 tackles and four interceptions on defense and returned a few punts on special teams. He was named to the Region 3 first-team and the 5A all-state first-team.
Fehoko was rated 4-stars by Rivals, Scout, and ESPN (grade of 80). Rivals and ESPN both list him as the No. 2 prospect in the Utah Class of 2016 (behind Murray DE Maxs Tupai), while Scout list him as the No. 9 receiver in the west. Fehoko held scholarship offers from ASU, BYU, Clemson, Colorado, Michigan, Nebraska, Oregon State, Stanford, Utah, USU, Washington, and WSU. He was also recruited by Cal, Oregon, and USC. Fehoko committed to the Cougars on July 19, 2015.
|Hometown:||Salt Lake City, Utah||High School:||Brighton|
|Last Team:||Brighton||HT/WT:||6’4”, 186 lbs.|
|Position:||Defensive End||40 time:||4.53|
|Profiles:||MaxPreps, HUDL, DesNews||Bench & Squat:||235, 325 lbs.|
|[usrlist Rivals:4 Scout:4 ESPN:4 avg=”true”]||Offers: ASU, BYU, Clemson, Colorado, Michigan, Nebraska, Oregon State, Stanford, Utah, USU, Washington, WSU|
- Simi Fehoko spent some time with the BYU coaching staff on an unofficial visit – Pete Hanson, CougarNation.com, March 6, 2015