BYU's men's volleyball program has received a commitment from Evan Chang, a libero at the Urban School of San Francisco.
Chang will sign a national letter of intent with BYU next week.
According to the San Francisco Examiner, Chang is one of the best liberos in the Bay Area of Northern California.
Also a four-year starting midfielder for the high school's soccer team, Chang was also receiving interest from Hawaii, Harvard and Princeton.
BYU's women's gymnastics team has received a commitment from Summer Raymond, a senior at Alta High School who competes for the Sandy-based Olympus Gymnastics under the direction of coach Mary Wright.
Raymond will sign her national letter of intent next Wednesday (Nov. 9) at 6 p.m. at the gym in Sandy during a signing party.
The daughter of Alan and April Raymond, Summer has been a member of the USA Tops Team and has attended the National Team Camp in Houston, Texas, twice. She has been a gymnast at Olympus since 2001.
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