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Hank Tuipulotu, a good finish prospect in the 2016 BYU soccer recruiting magnificence, has returned from an LDS Church undertaking.
BYU recruit Hank Tuipulotu, the son of former Cougar Peter Tuipulotu, has returned home from his undertaking to England.
Read about his experiences and his ideas as he prepares to enroll in the Cougar soccer program this autumn.
“It’s incredible to see so many people from so many different places,” Tuipulotu told The Herald in South Carolina. “I’ve never been anywhere that’s been so diverse in my life. There are so many different cultures. It was just amazing for people to be so hospitable to us, as the missionaries. They were all very open and willing to discuss what we believe, in Jesus Christ. That was very special.”
BYU training revel in
The Cougars enhanced their coaching experience at the offensive aspect of the ball, highlighted by means of new offensive coordinator Jeff Grimes.
“No one can predict how many games we’ll win or how many points we’ll score,” Grimes instructed journalists at the yearly BYU soccer media day on Friday. “That depends on so many factors. But I have confidence we’ll play with a lot of energy and we’ll play a tough physical brand of football and we’ll be able to both run and pass the ball effectively.”
Tight finish commits
BYU gained a dedication from Ethan Erickson, a good finish from Kahuku, Hawaii. Read extra about Erickson, and watch his highlights here.
And after all …
What are the most prolific passing performances in BYU history? See a score of them here at JMoneySports.com.