With the University of Utah football team opening spring camp this week, here are 10 Utes to watch.
Sidelined by an injury last season, Denham brings size (6-4, 222) to Utah's receiving corps. Excelled at East L.A. College.
Former prep All-American out of Hawaii is poised to step into a prominent role at linebacker. Was named "Hardest Hitter in the Nation" in high school.
Rugby star switches to defense after making a run for the starting running back job a year ago. Capable of making quite an impact.
All-American candidate opted to return for his senior year and earn his degree. Named the Pac-12's top defensive lineman last season.
Junior college transfer de-committed to USC and ultimately chose Utah over Washington. Gives the Utes a powerful 1-2 punch at running back with John White IV.
The "Wolfman" broke a 29-year-old school record last season by rushing for 1,519 yards. The Sun Bowl MVP is expected to be pushed by newcomer Kelvin York.
After starting nine games a junior, Hays faces an uphill battle for playing time behind Jordan Wynn and true freshmen Chase Hansen and Travis Wilson.
Parade All-American is Utah's reigning Mr. Football. Versatile athlete helped Lone Peak take state in football and basketball.
Highly touted signee from San Clemente, Calif., threw for 4,320 yards and 36 touchdowns in high school. Skilled volleyball player and surfer.
Back on top of the depth chart again after his second shoulder surgery in 10 months. Wynn, a junior, is 13-6 as the Utes' starter.