Hunter Dimick was one of the first commits for Utah's 2012 recruiting class and will be one of the first to get on campus as well. The 6-4, 240 pound lineman spent his weekend at the University of Utah on an official visit and loved the experience.
"I had a great time and spent a lot of time with some of the other players. I was hosted by the Kruger brothers and they were a lot of fun."
The defensive line prospect out of Syracuse High School spent time with a couple of uncommitted prospects and bonded with them, one of whom committed before the end of the weekend.
"I hung out a lot with D-Bone, the guy from Louisiana (Darion Monroe) and Jeremiah (Valoaga). He was a pretty cool kid also."
Dimick, like most lineman, enjoyed the culinary aspect of the weekend as well as watching some of the newcomers to snow attempt survive the Gorgoza Tubing Park in Park City.
"We had a nice tour of the campus and they served us some excellent food. We went tubing up in Park City, which was fun because some of those guys had never seen snow before so it was pretty fun to watch them."
The local prospect will sign his letter of intent next Wednesday before heading up to Utah to start classes and training with the team, having already graduated.
"Hopefully I'll be up with the football team. I graduated a few weeks ago and I just need to get clearance from some of my teachers, but I should be up there sometime next week so I can participate in spring ball."
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