Kenyon Frison has played exactly one year of organized football in his career. That didn't stop Utah from offering him a scholarship on Tuesday that the offensive line prospect snatched up immediately.
"They called my coach and told him that they wanted to meet with me. I went up to the campus and met with the coaches and they offered me a scholarship. I committed right away."
They 6-7 290 pounder of out Granger High isn't receiving attention from any other schools, and Utah was able to swoop in and land the high upside lineman before anyone else could make their move.
"Utah is the only school I've been talking. They're the only school that has contacted me."
Despite his lack of football experience, Frison took to the game well as a junior, and hopes that his experience as a basketball players helps pay dividends on teh football field.
"I was a basketball player. That's what I always played. Then the football coach came up to me last year and wanted me to try it out. I did and I did really well."
Despite Utah being the only school that has come his way with interest, and the likelihood that others will jump in soon, Frison insists that his recruitment is over.
"I grew up a Utah fan. It's the only place I've wanted to go. My recruitment is done."
Frison Makes A Quick Commitment
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