Provo • Whereas faculty sports activities are at a standstill and the NCAA is on the lookout for a option to make up for misplaced video games or offering a waiver for any senior scholar athletes that need to play one other 12 months, BYU males’s basketball acquired some excellent news within the midst of all of the chaos.
Dallin Corridor, one of many state of Utah’s high unsigned basketball recruits, lastly made his selection. And he’ll flip in his Silverwolves jersey in for a Cougar one.
The three-star level guard from Fremont Excessive College was additionally had provides from Utah State, Utah, Oregon State, Saint Mary’s and from his hometown program at Weber State. Corridor made visits to Oregon State and Utah State final October, nevertheless it was all the time about BYU.
Corridor averaged 22.9 factors, 7.9 rebounds, 6.eight assists and 1.9 steals throughout the Class 6A state event and led the Silverwolves (23-3) to the state title in 2019-20.
The NCAA introduced Friday that recruiting for all sports activities, each on and off campus, are suspended till April 15th. And with the opportunity of having seniors come again for an additional season, BYU — and different applications — must reevaluate their scholarship provides for the upcoming 12 months.
Nevertheless, Corridor isn’t trying to come to Provo within the fall. As a substitute, he plans to serve a two-year church mission earlier than enrolling at BYU and becoming a member of the Cougars.
Corridor is a part of the Cougars’ recruiting class that features Wasatch Academy guard Richie Saunders and Salt Lake Group School sharpshooter Spencer Johnson — an American Fork alum.