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Logan LB Chasen Andersen, son of former USU coach Gary Andersen, commits to BYU


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Another junior college player on campus this weekend, linebacker Auston Johnson of El Camino College in the Los Angeles area, left without receiving a scholarship offer and mentioned on his Twitter account that he felt disrepected by the process. The 6-foot-1, 240-pound prospect had said before the trip that he would likely commit if offered.

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A defensive end, Zach Barnes of Loganville High in Grayson, Ga., visited BYU this weekend as well and reportedly received an offer, but did not commit. Barnes originally committed to Tennessee, but is apparently taking some other trips. He learned about BYU, and BYU learned about him, through former Cougar Lenny (Gomes) Gregory, who is one of his high school coaches.




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