Recruit Profiles: Mau Nomani and Chandler Clemons

Even though football season is in full swing the BYU coaches have stayed active in the recruiting process, by keeping in contact with their top recruits. Mau Nomani, the big lineman from Oregon, and Chandler Clemons the Cali quarterback are two of those recruits.

"Coach Lamb has called me the last two weeks to talk to me," Mau Nomani said. "BYU is a school that I've always liked and they are still in the picture."

Nomani will visit Oregon St. this weekend, and has visits with Oregon and BYU set up for January.

"Right now Oregon St. is recruiting me the hardest," Nomani said. "I am also interested in Nebraska, and will probably set up a visit with them too."

Nomani's team is 2-1, and he said he felt he has been playing pretty well, but still has some things to improve. Nomani visited BYU on an unofficial visit this summer and said he really enjoyed it. He said he doesn't mind leaving the state, and is looking for a good relationship with the coaches and a good environment. He also said he plans on leaving on a mission when he turns 19 and all interested schools are fine with that.

Chandler Clemons is a three-star recruit from northern California, but still only has two offers.

"BYU and Sac. St, are still the only two schools that have offered me," Clemons said. "Some other schools said they want to see some more game film of me."

Clemons whose team is 1-2, said that Utah St. and Idaho St. are two other schools that he has heard from.

"This season is going ok," Clemons said. "I've ran the ball a lot more this year which I like."

BYU coach Brandon Doman has called a few times but hasn't come to see Clemons this season. Clemons said he still wants to wait and see what else comes up with other school as the season goes on. But plans on visiting BYU around January 12th.

When asked if he was still interested in BYU and the possibility of playing there Clemons responded with an unenthusiastic, "We'll see."


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