The Utes got a hometown hero with Alex Harrison, and really helped shape this class of locals that stayed home. The 6-4, 333 ponder from Bountiful has all the measurables to be a tackle, and the Utes are excited to have him to help bolster the depth of the offensive line. Harrison had offers from all over the Pac-12 and with other P5 schools, and was a great pickup for the Utes. At the size he is already, he may be able to step in right away and compete for a spot, since a lot of linemen need a year to develop. The question for him is can he pick up the schemes and the college game quickly.
Info per UtahUtes.com:
Three-time all-state selection at Viewmont HS, earning first-team honors as a junior and senior … two-time first-team all-region … 2018 first-team All-USA Utah Football … three-star recruit by 247Sports, Rivals and ESPN … ranked the fourth overall recruit in the state by Rivals and fifth by 247Sports … invited to the Pro Football Hall of Fame World Bowl … started on the offensive and defensive line at Viewmont … first played on the offensive line as a sophomore … 50 tackles (8.0 TFL, 3.0 sacks) with three blocked field goals on defense and graded out at 97-percent on offense as a senior with 34 pancake blocks … 35 tackles (2.0 sacks), two passes defended, a forced fumble and a fumble recovery his junior season … 27 tackles (4.0 TFL, 3.0 sacks) as a sophomore … recorded 15 tackles his freshman year … also competed in shot put in track and field … son of Scott and Christy.