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Published: Sunday, June 16 2013 2:36 p.m. MDT

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Westside Bulldog
Provo, UT

Congratulations to Pleasant Grove.

Just a quick observation however. Is the Pleasant Grove quarterback Jeremiah Evans, the same kid who in the last few years has played at Provo, Timpanogos, Spanish Fork, American Fork, and now Pleasant Grove?

Maybe I'm wrong, but I've heard a similar name at all of those schools the last few years.

adwight
AMERICAN FORK, UT

West side: you better believe it! He's a perfect example of what is wrong with high school sports.

eagle
Provo, UT

To clarify the record, he didn't actually play for Spanish Fork but just enrolled there in the spring of his sophomore year before moving on to AF for his junior year. He actually has played or will have played at four schools...

USC Fan in Utah
Spanish Fork, UT

It was funny to see him at the UTE shoot. Jumping up and down being a real rah rah guy. I am sure that his teammates realize that the only reason he is at PG is because he could not start at the other 4 schools.

He did start summer workouts at SF, but was behind Money.

I wonder what school's class reunion he will go to? I agree with adwright, all that he has been taught is that when things are tough, or the starting job isnt given to you, we will just keep looking for a new house to rent at a different school until you can start.

bigtime
SPANISH FORK, UT

Wow,what an honor to be able to play football at 5 different high schools in your career, most athletes only get to play for one. Think of all the close friendships you can develop by meeting so many new people by going to a different high school each year. Maybe Felt's Facts could do some research and see what the record is in Utah for playing and the most schools. My bet is we may just have seen a record broken.

eagle
Provo, UT

The irony is that if he would have stayed at Provo, he would have likely have been a two-year starter, perhaps even started three years. Provo has struggled but it isn't like Timpanogos or AF was tearing it up either those years and AF missed the playoffs last year. Now Provo is entering a new era with a second year coach and a brand new facility, and he might have been the first signal caller for this new era.

meagain
orem, UT

Honestly having been to 5 high schools myself i do not see the issue. Clearly some of these post are from coaches, and/or parents of players with an ax to grind. If it was all about the starting position as many have commented, then as eagle states staying at Provo would have been the right course of action. Clearly there are many other factors happening that people outside of this family are unaware of. I do not know this families story, but as one who was dragged from city to city state to state i can tell you from personal experience there are many other reasons for people to move.

joseywales
Park City, UT

Maybe Wasatch will get lucky and have someone "move in" this year like the other kid did the last two years. Things don't look too rosy for them moving up to play with the big boys without a QB. Maybe there is a kid out there who doesn't want to sit the bench at his school and could walk right into a starting position at Wasatch. Last time I checked there are a lot of houses for sale or rent in the Heber Valley right now. Wait, they had someone, but he moved on to PC. Too funny...

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