A pair of brothers from Las Vegas -- one a rising senior, the other a rising junior -- have committed to play football for BYU, according to the Las Vegas Sun.
Kai Nacua, a senior at Liberty High and Isaiah, a junior at Bishop Gorman High, committed together on Tuesday.
Kai Nacua plays quarterback at Liberty, but was recruited by BYU as a linebacker, according to his high school coach, Rich Muraco. He is 6-foot-2 and 200 pounds.
Isaiah Nacua plays defensive line at Bishop Gorman and is 6-foot-2, 230 pounds.
The Cougars already had a commitment from a Las Vegas product from the class of 2013, defensive lineman/linebacker Trajan Pili of Centennial High.
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