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Published: Wednesday, Feb. 5 2014 3:10 p.m. MST

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Denver to Portland
Portland, OR

It looks like Utah is losing out to their 'other rival' now as well, Colorado.

BYU's class looks solid. It's good that BYU doesn't have to rely so much on in-state Utah recruiting anymore.

WSUAlumnus
Roy, UT

Love to see the (Weber State) instate recruits!! Welcome future Wildcats!! With new HC Jay Hill, things are looking great to start a new era of exciting Wildcat football! Going to be fun and local fans can flock to Ogden to watch these instate guys.

fanof6
utah, UT

Katlyn Walker of Wasatch High, sighned with Alabama track yesterday! Guess thats not very big news?

yankees27
Heber, Utah

fanof6- as a Wasatch fan and father, congrats to miss Walker, however, the headline does say clearly it is a football article. Great day for her though, if you are a parent, congrats, you must be extremely proud. She has done very well in her high school career.

MCHS2318
HYRUM, UT

@fanof6
This is an article about football recruits, not track and field recruits. Wait for an article about track and field recruits for "big news".

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