Bellflower (CA) St. John Bosco offensive lineman Beau Boyster has been committed to Arizona since the summer, but a recent coaching change, and interest from new schools has him opening his mind up to new possibilities.
"I have been called by so many schools from around the country in the last several weeks," says Boyster.
Utah is one of those schools and has made quite the impression on the Southern California native.
"Utah is definitely a school that i have been considering. Talking to their coaches, they really want me to come take a visit and see what it's all about and things like that. I talk to Coach Aaron Roderick a lot. He was just telling me how much they need linemen and how much they like me and that they really need me and things like that."
Boyster's relationship with another Utah coach has been building for some time, starting when that coach was at a different Pac 12 school.
"I had a awesome relationship with coach Norm Chow while he was at UCLA and I am excited I might have the opportunity to play for him. I think he is one of the best offensive coordinators around."
Boyster has two official visits planned to Oregon and Illinois in December, and will fit in a visit to Utah as well.
"I don't know the exact dates of when I am going to take my visit there (Utah) but it's definitely after their season. I really need to sit down and see where else I am going to take these visits."
Boyster Taking Visits
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