Myron Aiava, a 6-foot-4, 240-pound defensive end from Westminster H.S. in Westminster, California has committed to the Utes.
Aiava gave the Utes a commitment while in Salt Lake City participating in a camp at the university.
"The cohesiveness of the coaches are what I liked," he said. "They not only care about you as a football player but as a person."
Aiava has relatives in the area and has visited several times so he was familiar with the area. He said is commitment was solid.
"I give a lot of thanks to my God and my parents," he said. "I have the best parents in the world."
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