|Ventura (Calif.) St. Bonaventure defensive back Kamren Fabiculanan received his first NCAA Football Bowl Subdivision offer from BYU on March 26, making him the latest freshman to receive a scholarship pledge from the Cougars (photo by Lorenzo Reyna).|
Kamren Fabiculanan of Ventura (Calif.) St. Bonaventure just joined this statistic: the Class of 2019 prospects who have received an early offer from Brigham Young University.
The cornerback, who is listed at 6-foot-2 and 175-pounds according to his Hudl account plus started as a freshman on varsity last season, received his first scholarship offer from the Cougars before Easter Sunday, making him the eighth reported 2019 prospect to receive a pledge from BYU.
“I like to thank God, my parents, family, coaches and friends who are supporting me. It's such a great feeling for me to receive an offer this early in my high school career,” Fabiculanan said. “When I spoke to the coaches on the phone, I was pretty excited to hear they expressed interest in me.”
Fabiculanan held down the right side of the field for the Seraph defense last season, knocking away passes and using his size and strength to dominate opposing wide receivers at the line of scrimmage.
The other prominent '19 recruits on BYU’s early board are quarterback J.T. Daniels (Santa Ana-Mater Dei), wide receiver Gaudie Campbell (Antioch), and tight end Isaiah Foskey (Concord-De La Salle).
ARIZONA OFFERS RISING 2019 KERN COUNTY QUARTERBACK
The University of Arizona became first in line to land a quarterback who hasn’t started in his first varsity game yet: freshman Cameron Williams of state kingpin Bakersfield High.
The 6-foot, 173-pound Williams received his offer from the PAC-12 University on March 26 according to his club football coaches on the Pro Way, which is owned and managed by former NFL running back Darick Holmes.
Williams shows his arm, vision and athleticism in the Drillers’ Triple Option attack on Hudl. He was last seen throwing darts at Passing Down’s Southern California Regional held in Fontana on March 20, where he went against some of the top prospects in Southern California.