Christopher Brooks and Houston Heimuli have been added to the Cougars for the 2022 season.
With three BYU basketball games postponed last week due to the outbreak of COVID-19 cases among rivals, not so much news. But the BYU soccer team was added to its ranks on Wednesday.
Most notable was the appearance of two former Pac-12 players, Christopher Brooks and Houston Heimuli, upon graduating from high schools. Brooks is from Cal, and Heimuli is from Stanford. Both players arrive at BYU as a backrunner.
“Chris was a talented full-back with a strong playstyle who was a leading contributor on the pitch for Cal,” coach Kalani Sitake said in a press release. “As a former full-back, I appreciate the consistent and important contributions Houston has made to his team during his career. Both Chris and Houston are outstanding students, and we are delighted that they have chosen BYU to further their academic and field goals. ”
Brooks, who played his high school ball at El Camino in California, played 40 games for Cal from 2018-2021 and hit a total of 1,734 yards with 14 touchdowns while adding 50 catches for 345. received and 7 touches of the ball.
Heimuli is the son of former BYU player Lakei Heimuli and played soccer at Bountiful High School. He played at Stanford from 2017-2021 after serving a two-year mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Having Brooks and Heimuli at least on paper could alleviate the fact that the top team, Tyler Allgeier, has left the show to statement for the NFL Draft.
In addition to the additions, six new players have registered at BYU. These are Kingsley Suamataia, Logan Fano, Brooks Maile, Bruce Mitchell, Isaiah Glasker and Aisea Moa.
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