The University of Utah hosted another large group of recruits this weekend, including many local prospects such as Moses Folauhola.
"The visit went great. We hung out with all the new guys, and we all got to know each other pretty well. We just started bonding right as we got there."
Folauhola is already familiar with some of the current players on the team, and got along great with those he hadn't known previously.
"The (current players) took us all in like we were younger brothers."
When asked what stood out about his visit, the defensive standout from Hunter High re-iterated a common theme among Utah recruits."The food! You can never go hungry on a recruiting trip."
Other than satisfying the recruits' large appetites for food, The Utes kept the recruits busy with activities.
"We did all sorts of things. We went up to Park City and did some tubing, then went to a bunch of restaurants, and just hung out together."
Folauhola will enroll in school this summer, and join the team in fall camp. Despite rumors that Folauhola might switch over to the offensive side of the ball to play fullback, the bruising recruit said he'd likely stay on defense.
"They weighed me in at 250, and I'm 6'0. They're going to play me as either an OLB or a D-Lineman. I'm going to be staying playing defense."
No Wavering For Folauhola
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