Vegas Pylon 7-on-7: Kimmel Notebook

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Mountain/Island Region Recruiting Notebook From Las Vegas Pylon 7v7

Salt Lake City (UT) East 2016 three-star tight end/defensive end Loa Kaufusi holds offers from BYU, Oregon State, Utah, and Utah State. He is hearing from UCLA, USC, Stanford, Washington, and Oregon. He attended Washington's junior day last month and is high on the Huskies. He plans to attend camps at UCLA, USC, and Stanford this summer and has those schools at the top of his list.

Bountiful (UT) 2016 outside linebacker Max Tooley has picked up 4 offers in the past few weeks. BYU, Nevada, Utah State, and Oregon State have all offered the talented athlete. Tooley will take an unofficial visit to Utah on Monday. BYU is looking at Tooley as a safety, whereas all the other schools are looking at outside backer.

Westlake (UT) 2017 four-star safety Chaz Ah You shared a top 4 list with Scout, naming Oregon, UCLA, USC, and Oklahoma at the top. BYU and Oklahoma State are also schools that Ah You is interested in at this point. He currently has seven offers, including Utah State, Utah, Washington, Oregon State, BYU, Oklahoma State, and Hawaii.

Las Vegas (NV) Bishop Gorman 2017 four-stars, Tate Martell and Tyjon Lindsey are adamant that they are a package deal. Arizona State, USC, and Washington are their top 3 schools right now. They could commit prior to their junior seasons, but nothing is set in stone. Lindsey is also high on Oregon and UCLA, but there hasn't been a lot of contact to this point.

Las Vegas (NV) Bishop Gorman 2017 four-star cornerback Alex Perry is 100% committed to Arizona State. He is attempting to recruit Martell, Lindsey, Bubba Bolden, and Ikem Okeke to Tempe with him. Perry is also looking to play running back and potentially some receiver for BG this year.

Las Vegas (NV) Centennial 2017 four-star defensive tackle Greg Rogers recently picked up an offer from UNLV. The talent big man is planning to make an unofficial visit to Arizona this summer and the Wildcats are at the top of his short list, along with Washington. He also holds an offer from Utah.

Brighton (UT) 2016 three-star quarterback Kahi Neves is committed to Utah, but will be taking a few unofficial visits coming up. The 6-4 1/2 230 pound prospect will be visiting USC and Arizona in the next week. Neves won MVP at the USC Rising Stars camp last summer and is being recruited by the Trojans as a QB. Arizona recently offered Neves and is looking at him primarily as a linebacker.

Brighton(UT) 2016 four-star wide receiver Simi Fehoko will be visiting Stanford in early April for an unofficial visit. Stanford, BYU, Utah, and Washington are all schools that are standing out early for Fehoko. UCLA, USC, Oregon, and Arizona State have all been in contact with the talented receiver.

Bingham (UT) 2016 quarterback Keaton Torre is committed to Louisville, but recently took an unofficial visit to BYU and picked up an offer. He will also be visiting Utah next week. Utah State is also going after the Bingham QB hard. Torre is still a Cardinal, but is exploring his options.

Timpview (UT) 2016 outside linebacker Keenan Pili recently picked up offers from BYU and Nevada. He is receiving interest from Washington, Utah, Stanford, and Utah State. He recently took unofficial visits to BYU and Utah.

Pine Creek (CO) 2016 outside linebacker/safety JoJo Domann picked up an offer from Nevada earlier this week. Domann has scheduled visits to TCU and Nebraska. Neither school has offered the versatile athlete, but are both in constant contact.

Mullen (CO) 2017 running back Marcus McElroy holds offers from Colorado and Colorado State. He has taken unofficial visits to both schools. Northwestern has been showing the talented back some interest recently, as well.

Saint Louis (HI) 2017 quarterback Tua Tagovailoa made an unofficial visit to UNLV this weekend and picked up an offer from Coach Sanchez. He will be visiting UCLA and USC next weekend. Both schools are at the top of Tagovailoa's list, as of now. Washington and Washington State have offered Tagovailoa in the past month, and are both being considered for unofficial visits this summer. Oregon has been recruiting the Saint Louis QB consistently and an offer could come over the summer.

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