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The state of Utah's top 20 uncommitted 2014 football recruits

Published: Monday, May 13 2013 9:34 a.m. MDT

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Wide receiver and Defensive back

American Fork High School

Trinnaman may be the most intriguing prospect of the group. His speed, power, agility, reaction and quickness marks at the Los Angeles Nike combine and his 10.89 100-meter time at the BYU Invitational this year prove that he has the speed and athleticism to compete at a high level.

Given his athleticism, Trinnaman should have ample opportunity to play at the next level — especially if he can show on the camp circuit that his speed and athleticism translate to the football field.
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u25
West Jordan, UT

top 20 uncommitted players is going to deep. I would stick with just the top 20 kids in the state.

ScooterZG
Star, ID

Going deeper than even these 20 uncommitted doesn't make much sense.

There are sometimes kids on 4A and lower teams that are capable of scholarships, but much fewer and far between than the 5A level. Just the nature of the competition between the levels and the number of kids the schools have to work with.

Even using just these 20 looks a bit too deep to go into analysis for. With several top recruits already committed, at most 10 of these guys will end up with a "commitable" offer from an FBS program. The rest will walk-on to various places or go play JUCO ball.

But it's good to get their names out so we can keep an eye on them as football season gets closer!

StGtoSLC
SALT LAKE CITY, UT

Glad to see Thor Katoa get some publicity. I used to be pretty close with the Katoa family, and several of them had the talent, size and overall potential to be major college players, but didn't apply themselves enough in some areas. Thor plays a lot like his brother Isaac did, and could be a pretty tough linebacker in college. Go Thor!

Also, Trinnaman looks like he could be a valuable college football player. His flat out speed and moves in the open field remind me a little of Reggie Dunn, and his tenacity for blocking when he doesn't have the ball of Steve Smith. Interested to see where he ends up.

SCCougar
LEXINGTON, SC

What about that Gray kid out of Orem. He led the state in receiving yards and yards/game last year as a junior and was 2nd in the state in touchdown receptions. He is 6'4", can really run, jump, and has great hands. Thought he should've been on this list. Maybe he just didn't get as much exposure as the others?

SCCougar
LEXINGTON, SC

Probably should've been titled, "20 of the top recruits..."

Sheamus
Salt Lake City, UT

Any update or additions to this list? We're 52 days away from start of the HS football season.

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