Blue-chippers: The top recruits in Utah high school sports

Published: Friday, June 29 2012 9:06 p.m. MDT

It's worth celebrating whenever any high-school athlete receives a college scholarship, but some stars are brighter than others. Here are 21 of the biggest "blue chip" recruits to come out of Utah high schools in the past year. Check out where they're going...and why you'll be hearing their names again soon. Related: High school sports: Nearly 600 athletes taking talents to college on scholarship
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Provo, UT

If DesNews allows my comment (probably not since I'm taking clicks away) here is the list. Now you don't have to click next every time.

Name, High School, College, Sport

Quincy Blair, AF, USU, Bball
Natalie Bennion, SkyLine, BYU, Swim
Marcel Davis, AF, USU, Bball
Brandon Fanaika, PG, Stanford, Fball
Ali Forsberg, Viewmont, U, Soccer
Chase Hansen, LP, U, Fball
Troy Hinds, Davis, BYU, Fball
Jordan Loveridge, WJ, U, Bball
Brittney Martin, Syracuse, OK St, Bball
Makenzi Morrison, Alta, BYU, Bball
Michele Murphy, Alta, BYU, Soccer
Brad Nye, Davis, BYU, Track/CC
Ciara Parker, SC, BYU, Vball
John Pearce, TView, BYU, Tennis
Kayden Porter, SF, NC, Baseball
Natalie Shields, E, BYU, Track/CC
Samantha Staker, Tville, BYU, Vball
Cale Strong, Wasatch, Stanford, Track/CC
Ashleigh Warner, MV, BYU, Track/CC
Connor Williams, Bingham, U, Baseball
Clayton Young, AF, BYU, Track/CC

Palmer, AK

Thanks for consolidating this!

DN we hate it that you make us scroll through all the different pages to see the list!!!!

South Jordan, UT

kinda funny how a girl basketball player with over 10 D1 full scholarship offers can't make the list but then she wasn't in the printed paper at all only added to the web version. Might also be good to know what kind of scholarship these kids have full vs partial.

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