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Offensive coordinator Ty Detmer will apparently have another nephew playing quarterback for BYU in the near future.

Zadock Dinkelmann, a rising senior quarterback from San Antonio, Texas, committed to play for BYU on Monday. The class of 2018 prospect is 6-foot-4 and 215 pounds. He committed to LSU while in the eighth grade, but decommitted from the Tigers in January.

"Recruiting process is over!" Dinkelmann tweeted Monday. "Blessed to say I have committed to Brigham Young University!"

Dinkelmann's mother is Ty Detmer's sister, Dee. BYU redshirt sophomore quarterback Koy Detmer Jr. is the son of Ty Detmer's brother, Koy.

The Detmer's father, Sonny Detmer, is Zadock Dinkelmann's head coach at Somerset High School in the San Antonio area.

Some recruiting websites have Dinkelmann listed as a four-star recruit; others have him as a three-star.

The Cougars are also heavily pursuing another top QB from the 2018 class, Tanner McKee of Centennial High in Corona, Calif. The 6-foot-6 McKee has said he will serve a church mission before enrolling, while the Dinkelmann is not LDS and will enroll at BYU next summer.

BYU coach Kalani Sitake now has 10 commitments from the class of 2018. Four other prospects that committed to BYU at one time have recommitted since then, but still include BYU among their possible schools. That list includes California lineman Tyler Manoa, Kahuku (Hawaii) punter Sekope Latu, Olympus (SLC) defensive end Cameron Latu and Brandon Kaho, a linebacker from Reno, Nev. Kaho, a four-star prospect, has not officially decommitted from BYU, but is counted as such for our purposes here because he has taken visits to other schools since committing to BYU.

Here are BYU's class of 2018 football commits:

Campbell Barrington, 6-6, 280 DE from Spokane, Washington (University High School)

Connor Pay, 6-5, 270 OL from Highland, Utah (Lone Peak High School)

Nathan Latu, 6-5, 212 OLB from Salt Lake City, Utah (Olympus High School)

Jaren Kump, 6-5, 250 DE from Herriman, Utah (Herriman High School)

Tevita Fotu, 6-3, 215 DE from Herriman, Utah (Herriman High School)

Jacob Smith, 6-6, 290 OL from Rosemount, Minn. (Rosemount High School)

Dallin Holker, 6-4, 220 TE from Lehi, Utah (Lehi High School)

Allan Mwata, 6-0, 170 DB from Henderson, Nev. (Liberty High School)

Joshua Oglesby, 5-7, 180 RB from Katy, Texas (Katy High School)

Zadock Dinkelmann, 6-4, 215 QB from San Antonio, Texas (Somerset High School)

BYU's class of 2018 decommits to date:

Tyler Manoa, 6-3, 280 DT from Hayward, California (St. Francis High School)

Cameron Latu, 6-5, 230 DE from Salt Lake City, Utah (Olympus High School)

Sekope Latu, 6-3, 230 Punter from Kahuku, Hawaii (Kahuku High School)

Brandon Ale Kaho, 6-3, 215 LB from Reno, Nevada (Reno High School)