SALT LAKE CITY — Carson Suesue, a 3-star rated prospect from Granger High School in West Valley City, committed to sign a National Letter of Intent with the BYU football program on Wednesday.
The 6-foot-5, 200 pound athletic quarterback claimed offers from the likes of Utah State, Tennessee, Utah, Arizona State and Pittsburgh, among others, at the time of his commitment. Suesue will play for Granger this fall after prepping at De La Salle his prior two seasons where he showed superior athleticism playing at the quarterback position.
In 13 games played for De La Salle Suesue threw for 784 yards and seven touchdowns against just one interception on a 59.5% completion rate. He also rushed for 162 yards on 52 carries according to Maxpreps.
Suesue’s focus will be to compete for a spot at quarterback at BYU although his athleticism could translate to a multitude of different positions.
With his commitment Suesue becomes the second quarterback commitment for BYU’s 2024 signing class along with Enoch Watson who committed to the Cougars in June. Suesue is a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, and like Watson has plans to serve a two-year mission before enrolling at BYU.
At a glance Suesue reminds me a lot of Neil Pau’u from his film. Pau’u prepped at Servite High School in Southern California where he played quarterback prior to switching to the receiver position while in college where he proved highly productive for the Cougars. There’s a lot to unfold as to which position Suesue will play, although the focus will at quarterback initially upon his return from missionary service.