It's been a busy week for Cody Barton, but Friday morning at All-Poly Camp, he looked no worse for the wear.
The big safety — who could be a linebacker for the Utes in their 2015 class — was flying around the field at Ellison Park in Layton on Friday, getting his licks in. Coaches and fellow players have marked him as one of the better defensive backs in the state and in the camps.
Barton spoke briefly with the Tribune Friday morning about how he feels about his commitment, how All-Poly camp is going, and what he's worked on with ex-Ute John Madsen.
Check back for more video and content from All-Poly Camp.
— Kyle Goon
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