Pleasant Grove's Brandon Fanaika, Davis High's Troy Hinds and Lone Peak's Chase Hansen are widely considered to be the state's top high school football prospects this season.
Hinds has committed to BYU, Hansen has picked Utah and Fanaika is still uncommitted.
Who are the best prospects from the class of 2013? One of the top juniors this year is Juan Diego linebacker and tight end Dakota Cox.
The 6-foot-1, 218-pound Cox is visiting Vanderbilt this weekend (Oct. 22) as the Commodores play host to Army. He is also receiving interest from Stanford, UCLA, Washington State, Duke, Indiana and Utah.
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