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Saturday, June 20, 2009

Another player who participated in coach Bronco Mendenhall's padded football camp earlier this week has orally committed to play football for BYU.

Hau'oli Jamora, a defensive end from Kahuku, Hawaii, accepted BYU's scholarship offer on Saturday.

Jamora, 6-foot-2, 230 lbs., said he chose BYU "because it is a great school, with great people, and they play great football."

He said he attended BYU's padded camp earlier this week and decided to commit after returning home and talking to some family members.

He said he also had an offer from Wyoming and had been receiving interest from Idaho, Hawaii, Colorado and Arizona.

Jamora said he is LDS, but has not decided whether or not he will go on a church mission.

"I will figure that out later," he said.

The rising senior estimates that he had 12 sacks last season, and he was an all-league selection. He plans on playing both ways this season, getting some time at tight end.

Jamora is the 15th member of the class of 2010 to commit to BYU

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