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Granger lineman picks the Utes
First Published Feb 26 2013 08:01 pm • Last Updated Feb 26 2013 08:01 pm

Kenyon Frison, a 6-foot-7, 285-pound offensive tackle out of Granger H.S., made an early decision on his college future by committing to the Utes Tuesday.

Frison said there was no hesitation where he was headed.

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"It is a great opportunity and I took it," he said. "It's the first and only one."

Frison said he was swayed by the Utes after attending games.

"I liked how they coached and how the team holds themselves together," he said.

- Lya Wodraska

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