Roxann?s statements contradict a story from TotalBlueSports.com that said Sorensen had received an offer from BYU and was going to commit to the Cougars on Wednesday. Both were true at the time, but the star defensive back has since had a change of heart. Sorensen, after speaking to Colton coach Harold Strauss, has decided to be more deliberate in his decision and elected not to commit to BYU on Wednesday, though he is leaning toward the Cougars. Colton High School football player Daniel Sorensen has reversed field. Oh, he still likes Brigham Young University. A lot. But published reports that he was going to orally commit to BYU on Wednesday were premature, his mother Roxann Sorensen said Wednesday night. “It?s not that the writer jumped the gun,” Roxann said. “BYU is still his top priority. But after talking to (Strauss), Daniel has decided to meet with the coaches and see exactly what the offer is before committing. But he?s still 95 percent sure he?s going to BYU.” Strauss said Sorensen would meet with the BYU coaches either at spring break or on BYU?s Junior Day in June. Sorensen, a calhisports.com all-state and All-Sun player, has also received scholarship offers from the University of Mississippi and Duke. His teammate, tight end/defensive end Damien Holmes has also received offers from Mississippi and Duke. Sorensen is a 6-foot-2, 215-pound free safety/wideout who was the San Andreas League Offensive Player of the Year last season. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!