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"I don’t think you need to," he said. "Some kids get annoyed by that, some kids love it. Ultimately, I don’t think a kid is going to choose a school because he got more mail from one school than the other. … You do need to be unique. You need to be consistent."
Utah brands itself — accurately, Scalley feels — with the beauty of its campus and its commitment to academics.
Utah’s 2015 class
Utah safeties coach and recruiting coordinator Morgan Scalley said the Utes “very rarely” end up signing a full class of 25 players — due to returned missionaries and awarding walk-on scholarships — and this year’s class size will be “about average.” The focuses are offensive line, wide receiver, pass-rushing defensive ends, linebackers and cornerbacks.
2015 commits that The Tribune knows of at this time: wide receivers Brandon Snell, Donzale Roddie, Justice Murphy; athletes Michael Jacquet and Tuli Wily-Matagi; offensive linemen Jake Grant and Zach Lindsay; linebacker Cody Barton; and kicker Chayden Johnston.
Beyond that, there’s only one thing they can do.
"We’re not blind to the fact that we’ve had two 5-7 seasons in a row," Scalley said. "We’ve gotta win. Hopefully those players in-state have been paying attention to the quality of football that we’ve been playing. We are competing."
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