Utes Targeting So Cal Big Man

West Hills (CA) Chaminade offensive tackle Bar Milo is loaded with upside

Utah came pretty close to landing a player in 2014 from one of Southern California's powerhouse program in West Hill's Chaminade Prep. They're working hard for 2015 in getting an Eagle to sign on the dotted line in elite offensive tackle prospect Bar Milo.

Milo reports offers from a good chunk of the Pac-12 while a host of other schools could be getting close.

"I've got offers from Utah, Miami, Colorado, Cal, Arizona State, Boise State, and a few others. USC, UCLA, Arizona, and Oregon could be offering me as well."

Utah had two coaches at the 6-6, 270 pounders' school making their recruiting pitch.

"Utah came by recently and I got to meet the offensive line coach and the offensive coordinator. I've looked some pictures of Utah because I've never been out there."

The Utes are in a decent position right now with Milo who is reciprocating the interest.

"Utah is a great school. They have amazing academics and a great coaching staff. It's a pretty short flight from here to Salt Lake City so that's definitely a plus."

The short flight out of the Los Angeles are to Salt Lake City is a big selling point for Milo, so his family can come watch him play.

"I'm looking for a school in a great location and with strong academics. I'll also be looking at playing earlier so somewhere that I can get on the field by my second year."

Still early in his process, Milo will be narrowing things down at some point, but a decision is still a long ways off.

"I'm going to try to narrow down my list, but I don't know when that will be. I'm really clueless as to where I want to go right now. I don't plan on committing until late so probably not until signing day."

When the four star offensive lineman gets on campus on the school of his choosing, his priority list starts with winning.

"I'm willing to play any position that the coaches want me at. Whatever it takes to help the team win. At my school, I'm a team leader and am focusing on winning another state title. That comes first and then recruiting."

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