Former LSU quarterback back commit Zadock Dinkelmann announced Monday that he has verbally committed to BYU.

The 6-5, 215-pound pro-style quarterback from Somerset, TX committed to the Tigers in February of 2014 when he was just 14-years old and still in middle school.

He chose to de-commit from the Tigers this past January.

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Not feeling the whole sobriety and celibacy thing. College is the time where you're suppose to do things like that. I'm not saying "wild out", but you're finally out of your parents house, on your own. Have a little fun, break a few hearts, gets yours broken a few times, and enter the world of business and adulthood. IDK, BYU doesn't seem like the place to truly experience college life. I wish him the best, just my personal opinion. Either way, BYU will be getting fed to the wolves (by wolves I mean Tigers) in September.
Reply17 months
He has the option to marry all his coed girlfriends at BYU, how can we compete with that perk?
Reply17 months
LMAO!!! Good point!!!
17 months
Don't care. We were never going to win with a dude named Dinkelman.
Reply17 months
Ah, well. Shalom to you, Rabbi Dinkelmann
Reply17 months
I dont give a dinklefrick
Reply17 months
This is a non issue. He was never coming to LSU. Family ties to BYU, as others have posted. I really wish schools were not allowed to offer scholarships until a players senior year in HS. Eliminate as much of this garbage as possible. I mean, it's not like a 14 year old can go to college. Ridiculous
Reply17 months
He's down for late-night movies and soaking, instead of Tigerland and one night stands.
Reply17 months
He didn't have the chest.
Reply17 months
What exactly is a "quarterback back"?
Reply17 months
playing in front of 18,000 crazy rabid Mormons has to be the ultimate experience.. u blame him ?
Reply17 months
With a name like Dinkelmann, it's got to be good."
Reply17 months
A dink a do , a dink a die Dinkelmann is gone boo hoo hoo......
17 months
I was really looking forward to telling people to kneel before Zad.
Reply17 months
"Well, bye..."
Reply17 months
Color me shocked. His family tradition at BYU speaks for himself. I wish him well, unless he faces us.
Reply17 months
Ty Dietmer/ former Byu Qb and current BYU OC is his uncle. No harm in wanting to play for your uncle.
Reply17 months
That has to be a made up name.
Reply17 months
Congrats Zadock. Enjoy the hugs and root beer.
Reply17 months
I hope he likes A&W. Can't even have the good stuff. Bar's has caffeine.
17 months
I appreciate him committing to LSU, but there is no point in it all if he doesn't think he will ever set foot on the field....best of luck to him in his future endeavors.
Reply17 months
his uncle is the oc and qb coach.
Reply17 months
I hope Engelbert Humperdinck will be very happy at BYU...umm wait?
Reply17 months
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