Utah continues to gauge the interest of some of BYU's top recruits, and that continued this past weekend when quarterback Jaren Hall visited the Utes.
"The visit was really good. It was exciting."
Hall had a basketball game on Friday, so he didn't arrived until later that evening.
"I didn't get to do much Friday night, but Saturday we took a tour of the campus, talked with academic advisors and spent time with a lot of the players. We had a lot of food and went snowmobiling which was really fun."
Hall's host for the weekend was a former high school quarterback from Utah county in Utes wide receiver Britain Covey.
"Britain and I have known each other for a long time, so it was good to hang out with him and hear what he has to say about Utah. We got to hang out at his house and had a good time."
Despite the visit, Hall still considers himself a BYU commit, but things may not be as solid as they once looked.
"I'm still committed, but I do have a new view after the visit on what Utah brings to the table. I was able to get a good feel for the coaches and they really impressed me."
BYU may have an upper-hand due to Hall's plans of playing baseball at the next level along with football, something BYU has embraced.
"I do want to play both football and baseball in college and BYU hassaid that I can do that."
So what's next for the 6-1, 195 pounder?
"I'm going ot take my visit to BYU this weekend. Then I'll sit down with my family to talk about it and pray about it and then I'll make my final decision.