In the last few weeks, Utah coaches have been traveling the west coast, evalutating talent in an attempt to bolster their roster through the all-important element of recruiting.
On Tuesday morning, the Utes didn't have to go far in order to offer an official scholarship.
Noah Togiai, a 6-foot-5 shooting guard out of Hunter High, now has an offer from Utah. Togiai is a Class of 2015 prospect. He and Granger big man Makol Mawien are the two instate kids that the Utes have officially offered.
Togiai has impressed in the last few months with his athleticism and his shooting. He has already been offered by Utah State. Togiai plays with Utah Pump N' Run, and will be in Las Vegas for the Adidas 64 tournament this week, one of the best AAU fields in the country.
In the past few days, the Utes have offered a few out of state prospects as well for the Class of 2014. Those include Trey Kell - a 6-foot-5 shooting guard out of San Diego and a top 100 prospect. Last night, Utah also offered Isaiah Wright. He is a 6-foot-2 point guard from Boise.
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