The numbers were down for the state's biggest in-state prospects, but there were some notable performances nonetheless. This past week saw some big games that were played with several notables playing big roles. Here's our top 5.
DE, 6-3, 250 pounds, Sr., committed to Utah
The Utah high school sack leader a season ago is off to reprising that feat in 2011. In a tough matchup against Skyline, Dimick wrecked havoc in the Eagle backfield, accounting for numerous sacks, tackles-for-loss, and quarterback hurries during the Titans' 13-7 victory.
Dimick will sign with the University of Utah following his senior season. While at Utah, he'll look to add to the great defensive end tradition the Utes have established.
WR/CB, 6-1, 180 pounds, Sr, committed to BYU
Hannemann had only two receptions this past week during the Knights' 35-14 victory over Mountain Crest, but he made them count as both receptions went for scores. He also provided very good coverage in the secondary, enabling Lone Peak to jump out to a 35-0 lead.
Hannemann will play cornerback while at BYU, joining with his older brother Jacob, who is currently serving a mission.
WR, 6-0, 165 pounds, Jr., uncommitted
In the biggest game of the week, it was Weichers who came up huge for Bingham. The game changed once Weichers was able to get behind the Alta Hawk secondary in Bingham's thrilling 21-18 victory.
On the night, he caught four passes for 149 yards and a touchdown, it was his TD that came on an 85-yard pass and another long reception that set up a first-and-goal for the Miners that were most noteworthy.
Weichers is receiving a lot of attention from both BYU and Utah and could be receiving an offer from both schools, according to his coach Dave Peck.
NT/OG, 6-3, 310, Sr., uncommitted
Fanaika dominated play on both sides of the ball in the Vikings' 13-0 victory over Hunter. On defense, he demanded a double-team, consistently disrupting play in the backfield, while on offense, he plowed the way for large gains on the ground.
Fanaika has offers from BYU, Utah and Utah State, along with six other offers from UCLA, Arizona, Arizona State, Washington, Washington State and Stanford.
QB, 6-3, 205, Sr, committed to Utah
This likely won't be the only time Hansen shows up on the top prospect performer list this season. This past week he threw for 221 yards on 13-for-16 passing, which included four touchdowns. He also ran the ball five times for another 55 yards and a score.
Hansen also stars on the defensive side of the ball on occasion for Lone Peak, and is easily one of the top prospects the state has produced over the years.