Posted Sep 16, 2003

You can never have enough quality offensive linemen. Since Ray Feinga lives within the state borders he will be a major priority for the Utes.

Just because the Utes need to sign skill position talent in this recruiting class does not mean the offensive line will be overlooked. Far from it, actually, the Utes need to sign at least a couple of top offensive linemen.

The top lineman in-state this year might be Ray Feinga, OL, 6-5, 300-pounds, West Valley City, Utah, (Hunter).

He spoke a little about his recruitment and how his high school team is doing thus far.

“We’re doing real good. We are 4-0,” Feinga said. We’re ranked no. 2.”

“They’re all my favorites. I don’t have a favorite. BYU, Utah, Colorado, Oregon and Southern Cal.”

So who has officially offered Feinga thus far? It’s an impressive list. BYU, Utah, Colorado, Oregon, Hawaii and Utah State.

Feinga has yet to set up any official visits, and does not plan to any official visits until after his football season is complete.

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