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Hammer
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Depth Chart – that defense looks stout!!!

Depth Chart

Utah’s best player moved to linebacker, also, interesting to see Cody Barton listed ahead of Donovan Thompson at MAC, but I think he can hold the position down.

  • Hammer

    Oops! Didn’t see it posted below.

  • Utah
    3

    We have a DE, LB and DB up for best player in the country. 

    And our best player might be a DT (Fotu). That defense is STACKED. 

    • Hammer
      3

      Is Jaylon Johnson the best talent in the defensive backfield? The kid is the highest rated high school recruit Utah has ever snagged. The kid started as a freshman and that’s got to be tough to do in a Kyle Ehittingham offens.

      • Utah
        5

        Julian Blackmon is our best CB. He has potential with a good year to go in the first round in the draft next year as a JR. 

        While Jaylon Johnson isn’t better than him today, he has potential to be even better. And we have him for at least two more years. We are absolutely stacked at CB. 

        Tyrone Smith has NFL potential and he’s a backup. This is upper level P5 depth. It’s crazy. 

        • Utah
          2

          To answer your question, Johnson is the best talent but not the best player…yet. 

          • Hammer
            3

            I think Johnson was the better CB last year. QB’s threw less at Johnson because those receivers were blanketed. Thus giving Blackmon more opportunity to make plays with the ball coming to his side more often. That being said, it’s good to see two experienced guys with some upside. Blackmon projects as a safety in the NFL, which might be perfect as he can add some muscle and be a ball hawk.

            • Utah
              1

              Coaches, scouts and analysts all say Blackmon is better right now and projects as a first round potential next spring. 

              I mean, we are splitting hairs here. They are both incredible talents and will end up being the best and second best CB’s we’ve ever had. 

              It’s shocking to think about that. 

              • Both corners are solid but it’s way too early to say they’re NFL talent. Last year’s results left a lot to be desired, 3-6 in conference, not a great year for our defense by any means. 

  • ironman1315
    4

    This makes me happy

  • FountainofUte

    Me, too.

  • Chidojuan
    5

    Speaking of videos, anyone seen @miltonvanderslice?  I miss that guy.

  • RiseasUtes
    4

    One of the funnest games I’ve been to.  Their fans lost their minds in the 4th quarter.  They acted like the fans they think we all are, it was great.

    • Utah
      3

      I remember watching that game with my BYU fan family. At halftime they were just jerks. I remember one saying to me, “do you feel lucky to be ahead? This sure feels like BYU is going to get together and come out at halftime and blow this game away.”

      The second half, I didn’t have to say a word. I just sat there with a silly grin on my face. They all stomped off (grown men who literally stomped off) and I was all alone by the fourth quarter. 

      It was great. 

  • alharmon
    3

    I watched this game with my cousin (a BYU fan) and my grandma (relatively indifferent). By the end of the game my grandma was going “oh my word” and telling the Utes to take it easy on them. The story is always the same though, BYU’s future heisman winning QB is going to lead the Cougs to a win over the Utes. Poor Jake Heaps, Taysom Hill, Tanner Mangum… 8 in a row sounds like a good number after this season.

  • Utah5410
    1

    ONLYU or anyone else with insider information

    I heard that Pirtle and Bernard are not here yet. Camp starts in a few weeks. When does it get to the point of concern that we wouldn’t have one of both for the upcoming season. I think we need Pirtle at the end and Bernaard next to Hansen. If we hae that. ohhhhhhhh man. I smell South title. pending health ovi. 

  • Utah
    2

    Everyone seems to believe both will be here this fall. 

  • UteFanatic
    2

    I’m seriously excited to see Bernard at linebacker. He is good. How many years of eligibility does he have left?

    • Utah
      2

      He’s a two for two guy. 

  • ironman1315
    5

    • KiYi-Ute

      Nailed it.

      • Utah
        1

        I’d nail Ryan Reynolds. 

  • ProudUte
    1

    Top Utah football players

    There were some posts the last few days on the top Utah football players in the last 40 years.  It is interesting that outside QB we have tons of choices.  Think about it.

    – We have had a ton of great running backs

    – We have had amazing kickers and punters

    – We have put many DBs in the NFL

    – Our offensive and defensive lines have produced some excellent players

    – We have had some very solid linebackers

    – And we have had some very good wide receivers

    However, when it comes to QB – we have only two guys to chosse from; Smith and Mitchell.  Johnson was okay, but not great.  I use to blame Mac for not recruiting/developing top QBs. Utah is not known for great QBs.  Had we had a great or even very good QB since being in the PAC12 – we may have won the PAC12 South.

    I hope Huntley is the guy.  He showed promise as a Sophomore.  I hope he has a great season, stays healthy and leads this team to winning the PAC 12 South.

    Go Utes!!!

     

      

  • Utah
    4 1

    I’ll be honest here. There aren’t a lot of QB’s that would consider playing in this state for a myriad of reasons. And BYU has had a lock down on that position. Even Tanner Mangum chose BYU over us.

    The good news is, that’s changing.

    We have two in the top rung, Smith and Mitchell.

    And some fans don’t want to admit this, but Travis Wilson is on the next rung down with BJ. Wilson won 19 games, in the PAC-12 his last two years and was elite vs G5 schools. Statistically better than Smith (again, vs G5 schools).

    Also, Huntley and Tuttle have a shot at joining the top tier. Those two will play with more talent than Mitchell or Smith played with. We should win the PAC-12 within the next three years. And whoever does that jumps to #1, in my book.

    It’s always a great day to be a Ute, but now might be the golden age of Utah football. Enjoy it.

    Once Whitt leaves, we may be in for some rough sailing.

    • Jim Fassel Fan
      2 2

      For some reason we’ve never kept the QB cupboard stocked as well as other programs which have had better QB play. A lot of this is just numbers, we like to load up the defensive line depth a lot more than most programs and those numbers have to be trimmed elsewhere. Even while Urban was here, we didn’t have strong depth at QB, we were lucky that Alex Smith didn’t get injured in 04, the backup plan was a 17 year old true freshman who was not a big-time recruit. Look at how many QBs Mike Leach keeps in his programs, he’s never just two deep.

      Going back to the Fassel era, he landed Mitchell but he also had several scholarship QBs, Mitchell was great because he was the best of quite a few QBs. When Mitchell was injured Richmond came in and threw for billions of yards as well. MAFU came in and we had a lot of JC QBs, he didn’t really try to develop QBs from their freshman year. Whittingham has switched too many QBs to other positions in my opinion at the expense of depleting QB depth.

      Take our inaugural PAC 12 season for example. We knew going in that Jordan Wynn was underweight and had suffered injuries the previous season. Instead of coaching up some studs like Griff Robles and Tyler Shreve, we switch Robles to linebacker where we were already stacked, Shreve transfers, and Chow scrambles to pick up Hays from an extinct community college in Nebraska. Hays was not a D1 QB. Robles may have been with Chow’s coaching, Shreve was 6’4″ with a big strong arm, certainly could have at least ran the same dumbed down O Chow constructed for Hays. Regardless, there’s never a good excuse not to have any depth whatsover behind a QB who has a history of injuries. We certainly would have played in the championship game that season if we had a decent backup QB, Chow almost won the South with Hays. There could have been a better bridging of the gap between Wynn and a true freshman Wilson as well.

      We find ourselves in a similar situation this season, a true freshman backup. I realize Tuttle is big-time, but depth is important too. Tommy Grady was as big-time of a recruit as Tuttle, it’s so difficult to tell whether high school success will translate to college success.

       

       

       

      • Utah
        2

        I think the the G5 status, culture and BYU had more to our QB woes than anything. 

        The good news is, two of those problems aren’t problems anymore (even BYU’s QB coming in is only there because we didn’t have room for him) and the third problem is slowly getting better. 

        Thus, Huntley, Tuttle, and Shelley. We are getting a lot better. 

      • Mr Chainsaw
        5

        We don’t just have a true freshman backup in Tuttle, we also have Shelley who was heavily recruited by some good schools.  I think the coaches have been trying to bring in 1 QB per year. Sometimes we get transfers (like Cox) that create gaps.

        • Jim Fassel Fan
          2

          My mistake, I left out Shelley. I hope he stays at QB.

      • Trailgoat
        1

        Don’t forget the versatile Darnell Arceneaux…:) Miss the days of walking up at game time and getting a decent-cheap seat…not reaaly!

        I do agree the QB position is on the rise. Already helping the WR recruiting. Right now IMO, the receiver crew is a mixed bag of some very average players and promising unproven talent (excluding Covey if he does not have the post mission blues). Carrington was noticeably way above the rest of the group last year.

        WR recruits look to see who will be throwing to them, passing game scheme and stats. All moving in the right direction to attract better WR talent at Utah.

      • Pace Manyung

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  • Puget Ute
    5

    Mike McCoy needs to be in that mix as well.  He was nails his last year.

    • Utah
      1

      That’s true. I’d put him in that tier 2. 10-2 and a top 10 ranking? Oh yeah baby. I’ll take that any day of the week. 

  • UtahManPodcast
    6

    2018 Camp Depth Chart

    Link to for the camp depth chart

     

  • Chidojuan
    2

    Repp as the starter. I know that it’s just fall camp, but he must have improved this year, way cool.

    • RiseasUtes

      A little surprised by that as well.  I’ve heard a lot of good things about Mika Tafua so I wouldn’t be shocked if he ended up taking the job.  Either way though we have Anae, Repp, Tafua, Tupai, Hart, Heninger, Jordan, and Pirtle(he could play LB not DE).

      Another surprise is Lloyd on the 2 deep behind Chase at LB as a Freshman.  Our safety depth worries me the most, although Chase could go back if needed.

      • Chidojuan
        1

        I think either Athlon sports or UteZone had an article that talked about R.J. Hubert. Apparently the coaches are pretty excited about him. He’s just a freshman, but they expect big things from him at safety, so he’s a possible 3 deep at safety, hopefully not needed though.

        • RiseasUtes

          Yeah, he is a good little athlete.  Played both ways in high school for Moapa.  I don’t love the idea of playing too many freshman, but it’s nice to have a few guys coming up.  I also forgot about Fabrizio.  Big, physical safety, but also just a freshman.  Malone Mataele is a true freshman and should be really good, but he needs some time to develop.

    • Utah
      2

      This is a ploy to light a fire under Mika. Mika will start. Bradlee Anae and Maxs Tupai will be on one end and Mika, Repp and Heninger on the other. 

      I’d probably put the depth chart on the Mika side come game 1 as follows:

      1st and 2nd down: Mika then Heninger. 

      3rd down: Mika then Repp. 

  • chinngiskhaan
    2 1

    daaaaaaaayum

     

    Look at the two deep for our DBs… That is easily the best we’ve ever been back there IMO. I wouldn’t be shocked to see any of our current starters end up as pro bowlers in the NFL at some point. 

     

    Honestly, if you took any receiving group from an NFL team… and put their college selves up against our DBs, I think we would do just fine.

     

    On another note… something about Cody Barton being the starter still bugs me a little. He played good a few games toward the end of the season, but he looks slower than almot anyone else on the field when he plays.

    • Jim Fassel Fan
      3

      I disagree with you about Barton being slow, and the coaches disagree with you too. I’d say he’s actually one of our fastest linebackers, faster than Donovon and Bernard. When he’s been burned it’s usually mental mistakes, being out of position. He demolished a kid along the sideline in one of the games towards the end of last season where I was surprised by his speed.

      • Onlyu
        7

        Cody is one of the team leaders and is fearless and extremely physical.  I expect he will have a very good year.  Most of his mistakes are the result of his over-aggressiveness which is not something you try to coach out of a linebacker.  IF/When Bernard gets in you have your bruiser in the middle with NFL size and speed and your speed guys in Barton and Hansen helping on the edge and with back out, RPO and TE.  Zero mismatches there with the way they run and the size to match up with.  We have 4 very good backers with different skill sets but all experienced so we can match up however you want!!  

        More depth than ever before (Mata’afa, Lloyd and eventually Lund waiting in the wings) and also a body in Bernard that can handle the everyday bruising.  If this works as plannned you have Chase and Cody running free causing havoc without much other responsibility because our DB’s are so good and Bernard and Donovan plugging the middle behind Tonga, Penisini, Fotu, etc.  Best of both worlds and it puts Cody in the situations you want him in.  Bernard makes us real!!  If Mika or someone else steps up opposite Anae this defense is scary good.

        Many other changes coming on the depth chart I’d imagine.  Gonna be a fun camp.

  • kazute
    1

    Surprised to see Bapa Falemaka is not on the two-deep at tight end.  Seems he played a bunch in spring ball.  Connor Haller is listed as the 2 and a Sophomore as well.  Just don’t remember seeing him as much.

    Johnny Capra at 6-6 seems like a really tall guard.

    I noticed that Chayden Johnston is the back-up punter.  Can he continue the Ray Guy tradition when Mitch graduates?

    I was wondering how Josh Nurse was developing in his switch from receiver. Now see him as the number 2 behind Blackmon.

    Do we have a dedicated scholarship long-snapper again?  I think that has proven as a necessity rather than a luxury.

    Have they tried Javelin Guidry at kickoff returner?  Seems with his speed he could be a good one.

    Love what I see here.  Also doesn’t inlclude others beyond the two-deep that I think will be contributors (like DHC and Green).  Not to mention hopefuls and newcomers (Vickers, Bernard, Pirtle, Enis).  I am excited to see what they can do.

     

     

  • ironman1315

    Hey who is the athletic freak from Australia?

    • Chidojuan
      1

      Thomas Yassmin.

      • ironman1315
        1

        He’s fixin to be a TE right?

        • Chidojuan

          Yup, his rugby highlights look good.  Excited to see where it leads.

  • alharmon
    1

    Oh man what a good lookin team!! Can’t wait for football. Defense looks freakin INCREDIBLE. Excited to see how the offense improves under a second year of Troy Taylor. I absolutely cannot wait to see Armand Shyne though. He was playing like a beast until he got hurt in 2016, and then injured again in 2017. Would love to see him play well, a backfield of him and Moss would be fantastic. 

  • Jim Fassel Fan
    1

    Is Vickers expected to take the starting slot WR position?

    A few years ago when Vickers was originally supposed to join the team, the ‘insiders’ were saying he was a lock to take the slot starting spot. Not sure what kind of football shape he’s in, did he play anywhere last year?

    i sure am surprised to see he’s officially ready to go. I wonder if we still have a shot at LaVell Peterson or Dudley LaPorte??

  • RiseasUtes
    4

    My guess would be he takes on a Fulks/McCormick type role.  I don’t think it would be easy to take the slot job from Covey(assuming he is in football shape by the start of the season).  

    I’m guessing he would also be the main KR and Covey would be the main PR. I’m pretty excited to see how this team comes together. There will be lots of big battles in camp for starting spots.

    • Jim Fassel Fan
      3

      It’d be best if Covey redshirted. Usually RMs at skill positions get injured if they start immediately after a mission. 

      Would you rather Covey be a Jr coming off an injury in 2019, or a redshirt sophomore? 

      • Wilson's Mustache
        3

        I know people, especially fans, are impatient and always in the “win now” mentality, but I have to agree with you. I’d rather see Covey RS and be at his best for a senior Huntley next season and then be a junior and senior for  Tuttle’s first coupl years than risk injury and not be able to utlize him to his fullest.

        • HoosierUte
          8

          No redshirt for RMs. These guys have a very short window to make any money playing this game.  A mission already takes 2 years off of that. Unless he has no intentions of going pro and only wants to maximize his Ute career I say he has got to play. Guy is gonna be 25/26 if he redshirts and uses the rest of his eligibility. 

          • PlainsUte
            1

            Right, rather not have 30 year olds playing for UU.

      • ProudUte
        4

        I understand your feelings about Covey.  However, I hear he has worked very hard and is getting in very good shape.  He has put his heart and sole into getting into game shape and hired a professional trainer.  I don’t see them redshirting him unless he ends up with a nagging injury in camp.

         

      • RiseasUtes
        1

        Usually?  I think that’s a bit dramatic.  They may get injured at a slightly higher rate than a player that didn’t go on a mission, but I’d have to see some actual data to believe it’s a big deal.

        I want whatever the staff and Covey feels is best.  If they feel he is football ready and ready to go then he should play.  If he isn’t ready physically for the season then he needs to sit a year.  Last I saw he is working out with Jordan Pendleton and was making some pretty good progress.  By the time the season starts he will have had 5+ months to get back in shape.  My guess is he is ready to go this season.

  • Utah
    3

    Man, how awesome is this?

    Outside WR’s: Thompson, Mariner, Simpkins, Boyd, Enis. That’s awesome.

    Inside WR’s: Nacua, Vickers, Covey, Perriman, Dixon, Fields.

    Holy crap. What Holliday and Taylor have done with this group is amazing.

    Who would have thought when Covey left for his mission that when he got back, he’d have to fight for his job?

    This is the most talented group we’ve ever had. The question is, can they put it together? I think so.

    • Utah

      Re-reading my post, this stood out to me. If you ranked our outside receivers from best to less best, it would look like this:

      Thompson, Mariner, Simpkins, BOYD. 

      Boyd, who has been hyped by everyone, is fourth right now. NOW, he could be first by the end of the year, but hot dang, we have some talent. 

      No experience, but talent. 

  • Dwight89

    Sling TV

    Comcast sucks balls so I’m considering making a switch to Sling TV. What are everyone’s experiences with Sling? Do Utah Football games ever get blacked out? Is the streaming quality good? How fast of internet do I need so it doesn’t give me issues? 

  • Tony
    1

    I’ve used slingTV the last 2-3 years just to get pac-12 network during football and basketball season.  Then I get rid of it.  It has been ok.  It does do a sort of jumping of frames after a while where I have to change channels and go back, then it goes away.  It’s “ok.” 

    If I could find a way to JUST buy pac-12 network alacart on any kind of device I would just do that.

    • Dwight89

      This is discouraging. I was thinking of using Sling as my replacement for cable TV and not just for the PAC 12 Network so I think I would throw my remote through the TV if that kept happening during games. 

      • Tony

        It could be something with my system, or throttling.  Haven’t heard of that happening to anyone else. That said, my speed should be plenty for HD streaming on multiple devices at once.  

  • PlainsUte

    Have you considered FuboTV for sports?

    • Dwight89

      No I’ve never looked into that. Does it perform better than Sling?

    • Mr Chainsaw

      No ESPN on Fubo if that is an issue.  But they do have P12 Network.

  • Basketball Junkie
    2

    This is what I do…

    I use Kodi which is a media player that runs on a number of devices and operating systems. I have kodi running on a Nvida Shield TV (android box) with a Durex build.  One of the builds (Maverick) under their Sportslink has all of the PAC 12 network channels in HD. 

    Durex also has an IPTV App that costs $35 for 90 days which also has all of the PAC 12 network channels. Plus the Durex TV App includes currently 1600 English channels. Over the weekend I was able to watch the Manny Pacquiao fight. It includes all of the MLB games. I don’t know about the NBA or NFL networks yet, but you do have 20 ABC, NBC, CBS & Fox channels.

    I run the service through a VPN so my ISP (Comcast) will not throttle down my speed of my video streams.

    • Dwight89
      3

      • HoosierUte

        I have Sling and haven’t had any problems. I had more problems with Dish stuttering with the weather during football season. I use Tablo for local channels. Its quick and easy and you don’t have to go through the trouble to steal it. I stream it through the Roku ultra (half off through sling site) and it works great.

        • Larry B

          I also have Sling and haven’t had any problems. I do have pretty fast internet, though. I’m afraid that when my “promotional price” with CenturyLink comes to an end and I’m forced to downgrade, Sling might start to act up. We’ll see. But for now, Sling is great.

  • wcrunner

    I’ve been using Sling for 3 years.  Love it.  Only subscribe during fb season.

  • Chidojuan

    One problem I see with Sling TV is that it doesn’t have CBS Sports Network, and there have been a few games in the past 2 years that have been on that channel. I really like to bastardize Hulu Plus with Sling. Together they have all of the channels you’d want, and then you can just cancel Sling when football and basketball are over.

  • pedro

    I’ve stated this before, but I do not get everyone’s angst with Comcast.  They’ve been nothing but great for me.  A little pricey but I never (or close to never) have outages, the picture is always great and I call their loyalty program (for existing  customers) and they give me a pretty good deal every two years.  AND now all of our wireless is free going through them (and it’s on the Verizon network).  I honestly really like them.

    • Dwight89
      2

      A few things. First, I hate the way they jack up your bill the second your contract is up. I get that a lot of companies do this. But, I live in Draper and my internet choices are either Comcast or 3 MGB Century Link. So, I have no choices available to me and it seems rather monopolistic, at least in my area. 

       

      Second, for the most part, their customer service is sub par. With how much you pay to have comcast they really should have better customer service.

       

      With that said, I did end up going with Comcast this go around. They offered me a two year contract with the same service that is actually less than my old contract. I still don’t like them, though. 

      • Chidojuan
        4

        I get really annoyed when they strategically separate the sports channels into different tiers, which is obviously a cash grab. So you can have ESPN 1 and 2, and the SEC network, but if you want ESPN 3 and PAC-12, you have to go up a tier, and if you want FS1 and 2 and CBS Sports, it’s the next tier. Totally their right as a company, but a pretty dickish system overall. All of the sports channels should be in the first tier.

  • GameForAnyFuss

    Sling sucks hind titty.

    You can only use it on one device per household. That means you’re going to be fighting over who gets to watch TV, unless you’re a single guy in a one bedroom apartment.

    • You can simply say Sling sucks, throwing in hind titty, whatever that is, seems unnecessarily vulgar. 

  • UTE98
    1

    I’m a cord cutter, I’ve used Xfinity for 2015 and 2016. I went with SlingTV last year and the only had two issues. Some of the games I wanted to watch were blacked out on NBC sports or something like that. None involved Utah. And there is no DVR service. But I didn’t have that with Xfinity either.

    Here is what I used –

    https://www.amazon.com/HDML-Cloner-Standalone-Lag-free-past-through-required/dp/B00TF9MCXU/ref=sr_1_18_sspa?ie=UTF8&qid=1532127824&sr=8-18-spons&keywords=cloner+box&psc=1

    I can then edit it or just pick up 3431’s copy after he edits it.

    I have converted all my DRM BluRays using this or another software. I have an external wifi HD with nearly 750 Gb of movies, music and football games. There are certainly ways to do what you need.

    It actually saved me about $15/month using SlingTV over Xfinity (Comcast) I haven’t had bad experience with Xfinity buy they raised their no contract prices last year which pushed me to SlingTV. I also may have had to subscribe to Xfinity’s sports package for all the Pac12 channels, or maybe it was to get them in HD. Can’t remember. SlingTV limited me to watching two football games using the last channel feature where I could program a list on Xfinity and just adjust the channels during the day to get all the football games on in a quick list.

    I’ll be doing Sling again this year. I didn’t see enough benefits with Xfinity to pay the extra.

  • Tony
    15

    Say goodbye to the spam bot Stephanie

    We had a bot get through and direct messaged 120 people today. Stephanie is IP banned and all the spam messages have been removed.  If you see anything suspicious like this, contact me immediately.

  • Tony
    4

    One more thing… I took this opportunity to clean out the database of all old messages, notifications and such.  Thought it was a good time to do that to make sure there isn’t any spam I missed. 

  • sweetgrass
    1

    but was she hot?

  • Utebeam
    2

    What…wait she was a bot? Damn, I thought I had a hot chick after me. 

  • chinngiskhaan

    daaaaang Tony!

     

    Why you gotta go discriminating and kick of the lady just because she was good lookin? SHAME ON YOU

  • eyesonU
    3

    Fun stat site

    To piggyback off a previous post about Utah’s top 10 opponents, this site lets you compare team by team and gives you an overall record for every school ever played along with some other really cool stats.  Some interesting tidbits;

    Arizona is the only Pac12 team Utah has a winning record against.  (We are tied with Stanford 4-4)

    Utah has a winning record against every team from the current Mountain West except three, Air Force, Nevada (what!?) and Boise State.

    Utah is also 2nd all-time in bowl winning percentage with a record of 17-4 (.810) but has only played in 21. 

    Winsipedia

     

  • eyesonU

    I should mention I have no affiliation with this site.  Tony, I probably should have run this by you first.  Feel free to remove if it goes against policy

    • Tony

      No worries. You’re good.

  • We’re with some pretty good company in that top 5.

  • HoosierUte

    That is one of the sites I was looking at when making the original post, along with Sports-reference, which only went back to 1905, and Wikipedia. 

     www.sports-reference.com

  • kazute
    4

    Derrick Vickers will be a Ute this fall as being reported Gunther n Ben on 700

    I often wondered what happened to this guy.  I understand he is a 1 to play 1 now.

    https://www.blocku.com/2017/2/8/14555934/utah-football-signs-wr-derrick-vickers

    I guess the U waited on him to get eligible and he recently tweeted his signing (again) and flashed the U.  I don’t follow Twitter. Anyone with the link?

  • kazute

    Also, he is the guy that they hung on a banner at Bakersfield College.

    http://www.bakersfield.com/sports/bakersfield-college-goes-big-in-quest-to-pump-up-renegade/article_064ef1fc-7c7f-11e7-9071-6765131f593d.html

  • kazute

    Late to the party.  Now see @Onlyu’s post below.

     

    • kazute
      1

      Found it.

       

      https://twitter.com/King_Vickers?lang=en

      https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DibDYLoU0AAjlZP.jpg