BYU Football: Highlights of 2021 Newcomers

Kalani with refs at Tennessee

As of the time of this article, BYU will add 21 new scholarship players to the 2021 roster. That number will change as BYU adds a player or two from the transfer portal. You can check out their high school highlights below:

2021 Previously Signed Additions

Dallin Holker – TE

Original Signing Class: 2018

Notes: Holker made an impact as a true freshman before leaving for a mission after his freshman season. If Holker can get shake off the mission rust, he will immediately compete for a spot in the two-deep. Holker will join the team this fall. Here are some of his high school highlights:

Ethan Erickson – TE

Original Signing Class: 2019

Notes: A tight end out of Hawaii that turned down offers from Utah State and Navy to sign with BYU. Erickson will join the team this fall.

Donovan Hanna – TE

Original Signing Class: 2017


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