BYU Football: The commitments of the 2025 Class

BYU’s football program is starting to shape its recruiting class of 2025, with summer around the corner. Nine athletes have already committed to the Cougars, offering glimpses of a promising future.

LaMason Waller stands out among the recruits. The four-star athlete from Sultana High School in Hesperia, California, boasts a 247Sports Composite rating of 0.8941. His offers include big names like Alabama, Georgia, and Notre Dame.

Three-star linebacker Tyler Payne from Weber High School in Ogden, Utah is another strong addition. With a rating of 0.8550, Payne also received offers from Washington State and USC. His official visit to BYU came on June 20, 2024.

Quarterback Nolan Keeney from Tualatin High School in Oregon holds a 247Sports Composite rating of 0.8504. Despite other offers from schools like Boise State and San Diego State, Keeney’s commitment came early in January 2024.

Blake Bryce, a tight end out of Newbury Park High in California, adds depth with his 0.8592 rating. Bryce fielded offers from teams such as Cal, UCLA, and Arizona State. His official visit also took place in June.

Running back Cale Breslin from Faith Lutheran High School in Las Vegas has a rating of 0.8550. BYU won him over despite competition from Wisconsin, San Diego State, and Syracuse. His commitment came in May of 2024.

Offensive tackle Kelepi Vete out of Oakland High School in California committed with a rating of 0.8417. His offers from Stanford and Baylor didn’t sway his decision to join the Cougars.

Tight end Tucker Kelleher from Alpharetta, Georgia, has a composite rating of 85. His offer list includes Buffalo, Temple, and Army, among others. His official visit to BYU happened in late June.

Edge rusher Sale Fano from Westlake High School in Saratoga Springs adds to the defensive line. His 0.8433 rating came with offers from Washington State and Hawaii.

Punters don’t usually steal headlines, but Will Walker from Riverton High in Utah deserves mention. With a 0.8100 rating, Walker adds special teams depth to BYU’s roster since committing back in July 2022.

BYU’s coaching staff continues to target talented players. Their recruiting efforts aim to solidify a formidable class by the time the 2025 season rolls around. The current commitments signal a strong base, but further developments remain on the horizon.

Fans eagerly await new additions. As recruiting progresses, each new commitment adds another piece to the puzzle.

Stay tuned, Cougar fans—this class is only getting started. Keep an eye on Fifth Quarter for more updates on BYU’s recruiting success. The landscape may shift, but the Cougars are positioning themselves for a bright future.