Utah Utes head coach Kyle Whittingham looks at the scoreboard near the end of the game in Salt Lake City on Saturday, Oct. 16, 2021. Utah won 35-21.
Jeffrey D. Allred, Deseret News
Whether it be the middle of the college football season, the dog days of summer or the outset of spring or fall camp, recruiting is an ever present part of college football.
There is really no such thing as an offseason anymore, and for head coach Kyle Whittingham and company, finding the next batch of Utes is always a priority.
Here is a look at Utah’s 2023 recruiting class, with prospects listed alphabetically according to reporting by 247 Sports, Rivals and the Deseret News.
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CB — New Caney High School (New Caney, Texas)
6-feet, 165 pounds
★★★ — 247 Sports
★★★ — Rivals
Has offers from 11 other FBS programs and a soon-to-be FBS program in Sam Houston State, including Nebraska, Kansas State, Boston College, Washington State and Purdue.
Rated the 61st-best cornerback prospect and the 90th-best overall prospect in Texas.
A multi-sport athlete, also competes track and field. Per 247 Sports, ran a 10.78 second 100-meter yard dash as a junior. Also ran a 22.62 second 200-yard dash and leaped 18-feet, 11 inches in the long jump.
Source:: Deseret News – Sports News