Rancho Cucamonga, CA (Los Osos High School)
3 star WR
Utah has by far Repp's biggest offer with Nevada being the only other FBS team to throw one out. Once the So Cal kid committed to Utah, other schools slowed their recruitment and the Utes didn't have to fight anyone off.
We haven't seen 202 pound defensive ends since the 40s, so if Repp is going to stick there, he's going to need some bulk. He's a very good athlete that could end up playing either tight end or wide receiver if there's a need or he ends up fitting best there. Either way, Repp is the closest thing Utah has brought in to Nate Orchard since, well, Nate Orchard.
2015 Projected Role
Unless Repp is going to play some wide receiver in 2015, he won't see the field. Too light at this point and still needs to hone his defensive skills to be a productive pass rusher. With all of the depth Utah has on the defensive line, a redshirt looks like a near certainty.
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