Quarterback Jake Heaps went 40-2 and won three state championships as Skyline High School's starting…
"I'm just happy right now, that's really the only word I can say about it, just happy," expressed Ross Apo upon signing his scholarship agreement on Thursday. "It's been a long process and it's not all that different now that I've signed it. I've been determined to sign with BYU for a while now, so me signing something really doesn't change things in my mind. BYU is the only place I've wanted to be for a while now." Apo will join with good friend Kyle Van Noy, who had to delay his enrollment due to some legal and personal troubles that he hopes he has now put behind him permanently. The almost full year of waiting to enroll hasn't been easy for him, but now that the waiting is over he couldn't be more excited. "I really can't express with words the excitement I'm feeling and it's been building so much with every day," he said. "I can't even tell you how happy I am and how blessed I feel to have BYU be patient with me and for the opportunities I'm going to have when I get there...
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