QB CAMM COOPER - Lehi, Utah
After punching his ticket to The Opening with a stellar showing at the Elite 11 Finals earlier this month, the four-star quarterback turned in another strong performance. Cooper is a steady passer with very good mechanics and a quick release, and he did well to pick out his best options down field. The 6-foot-4, 200-pound prospect committed to Washington State in late May, picking the Cougars over the likes of Arizona State, Georgia and North Carolina.
QB ZACHARY WILSON - Draper (Utah) Corner Canyon
It was evident once again why Wilson's stock soared this spring. Wilson has a gunslinger's mentality, but he's calm and collected in the pocket, makes good decisions with the football and has some sneaky athleticism that allows him to extend plays, no matter if he's rolling to his left or right. Wilson, who committed to Boise State last week, made a number of impressive throws in the red zone and showed a nice touch on the deep ball.
HB TU'U AFU - Sandy (Utah) Alta
Afu was tough to bring down in the full-contact setting and looked stout in pass protection, too. But, perhaps most notably, the 5-foot-11, 215-pound prospect showed good hands out of the backfield and, when lining up at tight end in one-on-one drills, fared very well against some athletic linebackers. Air Force, Idaho and Idaho State have extended scholarship offers, but that might only be the start given what Afu demonstrated throughout the camp.
WR BRAYDEN COSPER - South Jordan (Utah) Bingham
Cosper, the No. 1-rated receiver in the state of Utah for the 2018 class, has good size at about 6-feet-3, 197 lbs., and moves well down field. Smaller defensive backs didn't stand a chance in jump ball situations, with Cosper showing good body control to come down with difficult catches. A move to tight end could also be in his future depending on how he develops physically, but there is no doubt that Cosper has the potential to be an effective pass-catcher at the next level. Nevada is the latest offer, and the likes of Boise State, BYU and Utah State are expressing interest.
WR KADE MOORE - Lehi, Utah
We've now seen Moore twice in recent weeks -- first at the Elite 11 Finals -- and he was as impressive in pads as he was in the 7-on-7 setting. The 5-foot-10, 168-pound receiver is quick off the snap, tough to bottle up and has reliable hands. Moore even had some success as a ball carrier on end-around plays in camp, using his agility to break runs to the outside for nice gains. Dixie State and Weber State have offered so far.
OL PENEI SEWELL - St. George (Utah) Desert Hills
The four-star offensive tackle was up to his old antics, dominating the competition by winning nearly all of his head-to-head battles and even making some plays on defense. Sewell uses his hands well to fight off the rush and has the footwork to stay in front of defenders, allowing him to maintain leverage in pass protection. He was a force in the run game, too, particularly near the goal line despite every player on the field knowing where the call was headed. The 6-foot-5, 330-pound lineman recently visited Alabama and intends to see Oregon next before trimming his long list which includes offers from the likes of Florida, Michigan, Ole Miss, Notre Dame, Oklahoma, UCLA, USC and Utah.
OL PAUL FUIMAONO - Pago Pago (American Samoa) Leone
With most of the Pac-12 Conference and plenty others attending at least one of the four camp sessions, this 6-foot-4, 315-pound prospect drew a good crowd at various points. Fuimaono got beat a couple times in one-on-one battles, but he bounced back each time to stonewall defenders. Though raw as a prospect, the upside is certainly there and Fuimaono could force some coaches to make the trek to American Samoa to see him in action this fall. Arizona, Oregon State, Oregon and Utah, among others, have expressed preliminary interest, Fuimaono told Scout.com.
OL HUNTER LOTULELEI - Salt Lake City (Utah) Highland
Opponents didn't have much success trying to push the 6-foot-3, 290-pound Lotulelei around. He did a fantastic job of keeping his feet moving through contact and opening running lanes at offensive guard, while showing nimble feet and the ability to pull when asked to. Lotulelei told Scout.com he is happily committed to the hometown Utes and is working hand in hand with fellow longtime pledge Jack Tuttle to build Utah's recruiting class.
OL DONOVAN LAIE - Oceanside, Calif.
Laie was consistent all three days of camp and was one of the most valuable players at his position as voted by the coaches. The three-star prospect sealed the edge well on run plays and had some good moments in one-on-one pass-rush drills. Laie currently holds five offers, including two in the Pac-12 from Colorado and Oregon State.
OL JULIUS BUELOW - Kapolei, Hawaii
Despite having just wrapped up his sophomore year, Buelow towered over almost everyone in the event and doesn't appear to be done growing. The 6-foot-7, 310-pound prospect is still developing as a tackle, but the upside is certainly there. He had a number of impressive moments where he flashed his potential. Buelow is already up to nine scholarship offers and is set to camp with UCLA and USC this coming week.