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Brigham Young University men's basketball head coach Mark Pope speaks during a press conference held to introduce new assistant coaches on the basketball team Thursday, April 25, 2019, at the Marriott Center Annex in Provo. Isaac Hale, Daily Herald

Jeremy DowDell can shoot it.

DowDell is a 6-foot-4 guard from Olympus who led the state of Utah in scoring, averaged 28.3 points per game in 2018-19 while making a state record 117 3-pointers.

According to his Twitter page, DowDell is all in for Mark Pope and BYU.

DowDell scored 1,811 points in his career and tallied 307 3-pointers, which is also a Utah state record. The Titans made three straight state title games with DowDell in the starting lineup, winning the 5A crown in 2017.

DowDell, who has a 6-7 wingspan, had five Division I offers, including one from Washington State. He plays club ball for Utah Basketball Club-Elite and is expected to join the BYU program in 2021-22 after a church mission.

Follow Darnell Dickson on Twitter @darnellwrites or e-mail him at ddickson@heraldextra.com.

Darnell Dickson, who has been covering sports in Utah since 1989 (with a detour to Nebraska for three years somewhere in there), is currently the BYU football columnist and BYU men’s basketball beat writer.

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