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BYU Offers a Familiar Name

Now that the 2010 class is all but wrapped up, Cougar coaches are turning some of their focus to the 2011 class and have already extended at least 10 scholarship offers for athletes in that class. Among those offers is one to Mountain Crest's Alex Kuresa, who is about as familiar with BYU as any recruit out there. TBS caught up with Kuresa to learn more about him and his recruitment.

Alex Kuresa is a 6-foot, 175-pound quarterback prospect from Mountain Crest High School near Logan, Utah. He's become very familiar with BYU after having attended their camps since he was eight years old. Kuresa is also the younger brother of former Cougar offensive lineman Jake Kuresa. "I grew up with BYU for sure," said Kuresa. "I obviously know all about BYU and I'm very grateful for the...

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