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Utah's 2016 recruiting class was one of the best they have ever had. There was a lot of excitement for Utah on National Signing Day, reeling in multiple prospect. It was however a prospect who committed about a month before Signing Day that is the most exciting in the class: 6-6, 290 pound Snow College (Ephraim, Utah) four-star offensive tackle Garett Bolles. There is a reason Bolles was Utah's top recruiting target. For someone of his size, it is rare to find his combination of athleticism and aggressiveness, which is why most schools around the country recruited him.
Bolles is the type of lineman that the likes of Stanford usually gets and is just a road grater. He was recruited by virtually every school in the country, and if he wanted to go to school to the likes of Alabama, they would have welcomed him with open arms. He was a huge get for the Utes. For the next two years, Utah probably have their left tackle locked up, and a potential first round draft pick, if his potential continues to develop and pay off. To lock up the quarterback's blind side for the next couple of years is a big deal and should pay dividends for the Utah offense.
Other names to be excited for and to look out for:
QB is such a big big deal in football, and Utah may have their next in line with Troy Williams. Williams was once one of the most coveted dual threat quarterbacks in the country, and made his way to Seattle to play for Washington. After not feeling like the new system under Chris Peterson was going to work for him, he transferred out of Seattle. Now on campus, Williams is the presumed starter going into spring football. Williams is has two years of eligibility and should hopefully be able to be the starting quarterback for the next two seasons, making way for the next guy...
The Florida Gatorade Player of the Year is now in SLC and on campus. Many of the Florida player's of the year have wound up at the likes of Alabama, Georgia, Florida and other big name schools in the south east.
The Arizona Western four-star product will go a long way to helping Utah replace graduating senior starters Gionni Paul, Jared Norris, and Jason Whittingham. Laufatasaga flipped to Utah on National Signing Day after having been committed to Ole Miss for almost a year.