Utah's signing day has started with a bang with Houston, Texas quarterback Micah Thomas being one of the first to sign with the Utes. The 6-foot, 178-pound Thomas was also considering Air Force, where he was being recruited as a quarterback.
He will get a shot on offense or defense with the Utes.
Also signing early Wednesday was the Euless, Texas trio of Sam Tevi, Salesi Uhatafe and Keio Vaenuku.
- Lya Wodraska
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