2014 WCC Recruiting Rankings: 1st Edition

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Apr 2, 2013; New York, NY, USA; Brigham Young Cougars players react during the second half of the NIT Tournament semifinal against the Baylor Bears at Madison Square Garden. Baylor won the game 76-70. Mandatory Credit: Joe Camporeale-USA TODAY Sports

1. BYU

No. of Commits: 4

Dalton Nixon – 3-star SF (75/100), Orem High School, Orem, Utah.

TJ Haws – 4-star SG (84/100), Lone Peak High School, American Fork, Utah.

Jake Toolson – 2-star SF (67/100), Highland High School, Gilbert, Arizona.

Ryan Andrus – Unranked C, American Fork High School, American Fork, Utah.

With already 4 commits, BYU has assembled one of the best recruiting classes in the programs history. Younger brother of current BYU guard Tyler Haws, T.J. Haws, will join carry on the Haws legacy in Provo. However, before that happens, Haws will take a 2-year LDS mission. Dalton Nixon and Jake Toolson are fantastic shooters, and will add another element to the BYU team when they join. Center Ryan Andrus adds even more substance to this loaded recruiting class.