By Scott Stevens
Snow College wide receiver Jonah Trinnaman's recruitment has been hotly debated the past several weeks with a lot of inaccurate information and premature conclusions being made about the intentions of the junior college All-American and where he intends to suit up and play division one football for the next two years.
The truth of the matter is that Trinnaman is very deliberately weighing all of his options and trying to make a decision that he feels most comfortable with.
This weekend Trinnaman had yet another chance to weigh a big option, as he took his official campus visit to the University of Utah.
"It went well - I really enjoyed it." Said Trinnaman of his visit. "We just checked out the campus, went snowmobiling and ate a lot of food."
When asked about what aspects of the visit stood out the most, Trinnaman said "Probably all of the academics they talked about and seeing the whole campus."
Trinnaman's host for the weekend visit was Utah freshman standout wide receiver Britian Covey, a player whose explosive talents will be missing from the Utah sidelines as he serves a two year Mormon mission in Chile.
The Utah coaching staff feels that Trinnaman would be the perfect replacement for Covey, a fact that is not lost on Trinnaman.
"Yeah it would be a good fit." Said Trinnaman. "They want to put me in his spot, so we'll see." The drama will come to an end "Probably a couple of days before" signing day as Trinnaman will take his official visit to BYU before making a final decision.