Dana has been a Utah commit since the summer when he came out for an unofficial visit. One of the top JC receivers in the country, the three star missed the 2015 season to heal up a knee injury, but will be good to go by fall camp and should factor heavily into the rotation.
Fotheringham committed to the Utes in the fall and looked solid until a BYU coaching change enticed him to take a visit down south. He visited the Cougars last weekend and will make a final decision after the visit to Salt Lake City. Utah has made him a priority and would love to have him in two years when he returns from a mission.
Kirby is Utah's only interior defensive lineman remaining on the board. It's not a position of need, but he's a good player that would fit well into what Utah does defensively. Kirby has visited Washington State and Oregon (the Ducks offered recently) with BYU also in the mix, where he was formerly committed. This one is a tough call at this point, but Utah having the final visit should help.
Himphill has seen his recruitment blow up over the last month with many schools throwing offers his way, including the Utes. Turns out he was a silent commit to Oregon State, but publicly backed off of that and the expectation is for him to ultimately decide between Utah and Arizona.
Pilimai comes from the same high school as 2015 signee Siaosi Wilson and committed in the fall. He's a sign and send prospect that like Fotheringham, looked solid until the BYU coaching change. A recent visit to Provo threw a wrench in things, but we're confident that he sticks with the Utes and suits up in 2018.
Fotu is the fastest rising prospect in the state of Utah and a high ceiling prospect with athleticism that you cant teach at that size. He's visited both BYU and USC, but looks to be solid with the Utes entering the final weekend. Long term, Fotu may be the best prospect in this class.
Lang is an intriguing prospect that would have a ton of offers if not for some off the field legal issues. Utah is the first school to bring him in for an official visit and they look like a probable landing spot, assuming he's able to stay out of trouble. You won't see him sign on signing day and will be a greyshirt if he and Utah can make everything work.
Maea has been committed to Utah for a few months, but decided to take an official visit to BYU. Despite the visit, the expectation is for the East High product to stick with his commitment to Utah and travel five minutes northeast from his high school to play his college ball.