Kenyon Frison, one of Utah's first commitments for the 2014 signing class, is having second, third and fourth thoughts about his decision to sign with the Utes.
Frison, a 6-foot-8, 290-pound offensive lineman out of Granger H.S., has widened his choices to Arizona State, Oklahoma and Nebraska as well as the Utes.
Frison didn't want to comment on the situation when reached.
His coach, Cecil Thomas, said Frison has been impressed with what other schools have to offer, making his decision a more difficult one.
Frison is visiting Nebraska this weekend.
If he backs out of his commitment to Utah, the Utes will lose one of their higher rated players in the class.
With Frison on the fence, the Utes must hang onto their other top recruits until signing day on Feb. 5.
The Utes have several players visiting this weekend, including Jalen Canty, a defensive end out of Vallejo, Calif.
- Lya Wodraska
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