The fourth and final commit for the 2017 Utah football recruiting class was Pullman (Wash.) Pullman tight end Ben Moos. The 6’ 4” 243 pound three-star recruit is the son of Washington State University athletic director Bill Moos. He also held scholarship offers from Arizona State, Louisville, and Washington State. Landing him over the hometown WSU Cougars was a huge coup for the Utes. He was on his official visit to Utah when he decided to commit to the Utes.
Utah likely wanted to add one tight end in this class to replacing the graduating Evan Moeai, and they have that player now with Moos. Here is a link to his film curtesy of Hudl. I think Moos will be a great fit in Utah’s offense. He blocks well in the running game and is a threat in the passing game.
This recruiting class is really starting to take shape and could turn into the best recruiting class Utah has ever had. The coaches have been killing it on the recruiting trail and have been yielding some great results with many more likely to come!