Early reports are he may play safety, but with Covey and Scott leaving, you'd have to think he'll get a serious look at wide receiver. If you want his embedded footage, he plays the ball very well, and catches the ball with his hands, which is a good trait for a wide receiver. Some receivers will allow the ball to get into their body, which causes a lot of drops. He also has some elusiveness, not as much as Covey, but he has the ability to make someone miss in the open field.
This could potentially be a nice pick up for the Utes, even if Nacua doesn't bring the nice star ranking that other recruits have. Trevor Phibbs of the Salt Lake Tribune has been on this story tonight, and he tweeted out the following:
One prep coach told me he believed— Trevor Phibbs (@trevorphibbs) January 3, 2016
Nacuawas every bit as talented as Simi Fehoko, but academics hampered his recruitment. #TribPreps
I love this class, even though Utah has missed on a couple of kids. I have a feeling this could be an instant impact class, especially with the addition of Troy Williams, Tyler Huntley, Davir Hamilton and Demari Simpkins. You can see the full class below.