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Oregon RB/LB Johnny Ragin III commits to BYU
First Published Dec 06 2012 08:58 pm • Last Updated Dec 06 2012 08:58 pm

Those who follow BYU running backs coach Joe DuPaix on Twitter know the routine by now.

Whenver @CoachJoeDuPaix tweets that it is a "great day to be a Cougar," BYU has received a football commitment.

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Shortly after it happened Thursday night, running back and outside linebacker Johnny Ragin III of Wilsonville, Ore., announced on Twitter that he had committed to BYU.

@Glory_IIIERA said on Twitter: "Committed to Brigham Young University. Go COUGS!"

Ragin's teammate at Wilsonville High, receiver Tanner Shipley, re-committed to BYU last month.

BYU coaches visited Ragin on Tuesday night.

He also had offers from Cal, Oregon State, Colorado and Nevada.

He is listed by Scout.com as a 6-foot-3, 215-pound athlete.

Here's the updated list of BYU football commitments from the class of 2013:

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Keegan Hicks, 6-3, 280 OL from South Jordan, Utah (Bingham High School)

Trajan Pili, 6-2, 200 LB from Las Vegas (Centennial High School)

Dallin Leavitt, 5-11, 196 Safety from Portland, Ore. (Central Catholic High School)

Moroni Laulu-Pututau, 6-4, 190, TE from Hyrum, Utah (Mountain Crest High School)

Talon Shumway, 6-3, 190, WR from Highland, Utah (Lone Peak High School)

JonRyheem Peoples, 6-6, 300 OL from Rigby, Idaho (Rigby High School)

Maataua Brown, 6-5, 290, DT from Norwalk, Calif. (Cerritos Junior College)

Kalolo Manumaleuna Utu, 6-2, 250, LB from Compton, Calif. (Compton Junior College)

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