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BYU's recruiting class of 2005 may soon increase by one. A highly sought after prospect got his test results back today and was very pleased with the outcome. The young athlete learned that he received a score that will qualify him to play at BYU.

After months of waiting BYU fans can finally breath a sigh of relief, because Matt Asiata has passed the ACT and qualified to go to BYU.

The 5'10" 180 lbs. running back from Hunter High School confirmed to TBS that he received a passing score this morning.

"I passed," Asiata said. "I called Coach Kafusi today and told him. He was really excited, and my family is really excited too."

Matt, said he plans on working out with the team this summer and compete for playing time this fall.

"I don't want to red shirt," Asiata said. "I want to play this fall."

Matt, who describes his style of play as "power and shifty" said he will retake the ACT this April just to see if he can do even better.

"I definitley passed and got a qualifying score," Asiata said. "I just want to take it again just to be on the safe side. I still need to apply to BYU to make sure I get accepted and it's not 100%."

Matt said he has no problems with grades and is passing all of his classes.


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