BYU football recruiting: Tanner Mangum is back from his mission

Former four-star QB Tanner Mangum is back from his mission, and more BYU recruiting news from the past week.

The big news is that former four-star quarterback Tanner Mangum is back from his mission and will likely be the back up to Taysom Hill.

For those who forgot, or want a refresher, take a look at Mangum’s high school highlight tape.   Tanner’s older brother Parker joined the program to give an update on his brother, and he jokes that Tanner ballooned to 285 pounds. There is no work for Tanner as he heads to Provo on Monday to start working out with the team.

BYU defensive tackle commit Atunaisa showed off his strength past week.

Dallas (Texas) Woodrow Wilson 2017 receiver Charleston Rambo was recently offered by BYU, but his interest may not be extremely high. Rambo spoke with Scout. com and is enamored with Texas Tech and that is his only visit set this summer. Rambo also said that coaching relationships is a big component in where he will play college football.  Tulsa and Oklahoma State are schools he has not heard from but would like to. Rambo coming to Provo, Utah, seems unlikely.

BYU offered its second high school player from Crosby, Texas, in center Keenan Murphy. The other is wide receiver Manny Netherly.

Have a look at Murphy’s highlight tape from his junior year.


BYU target Simi Fehoko has picked up an offer from Big Ten country from Nebraska. That gives the wide receiver 12 total offers.

Another BYU target picked up a new offer in Brighton (Utah) High School’s Sione Heimuli-Lund added his 12th offer.

BYU held its junior day on Friday and added quite a few offers, and here are a few that we know, plus other news and notes.


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