A.J. Lapray, a 6-foot-5 shooting guard from Oregon, has been offered Utah's final scholarship for the class of 2013, The Salt Lake Tribune has learned.
Lapray is listed as a three-star prospect, according to ESPN.com. He was on campus this past weekend for an official visit, and is choosing between Utah, Oregon State, UTEP and San Francisco, amongst others.
The Utes have three guards committed already. Two, East High's Parker Van Dyke and Brighton's Brandon Miller, are slated for LDS Church Missions before enrolling into school. That could change, however.
A third guard, DeLon Wright, is seen as the jewel of the class by many.
Lapray is known as a shooter, and someone who is versatile. He can reportedly play all three perimeter positions with size. Wright is known as the same kind of player.
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