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NUC 2014 Rankings 2.0 - Utah Top 12

NUC 2014 Rankings 2.0 - Utah Top 12

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NUC 2014 Rankings 2.0 - Utah Top 12

Courtesy: Barry Every / Schuman's National Underclassmen
          Release: July 16, 2013
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2014 Utah State Rankings

Version 2.0 of the Utah State Rankings is ready to roll. The Beehive State sees expansion from a Top 10 to a Top 12. There is also a new addition by subtraction as one of Nevada's best has transferred to Utah. The state rankings will be updated at least one more time prior to signing day.

BYU commit Isaiah Nacua formerly of Bishop Gorman, Nevada has transferred to Utah powerhouse Timpview High School. Nacua makes his entry at #4 in the latest rankings.

Bryan Mone remains number one in the state. This past year he was named 4A First Team All-State. Mone recorded 70 tackles and ten TFL's last year.

The highest new entry is big back Ula Tolutau of Salt Lake City East High School. Tolutau is a perfect fit for the power running game at Wisconsin.

Two massive offensive tackles make jumps in the rankings. Jackson Barton of Brighton jumps from #5 to #2 thanks in part to new film. Kenyon Frison jumps from #6 to #3 after earning Overall MVP at the NUC Salt Lake City Combine.

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1.       Bryan Mone, DL, Highland, UT   
He was named 4A First Team All-State.

2.       Jackson Barton, OL, Brighton, UT             
Barton was named 5A First Team All-State.

3.       Kenyon Frison*, OL, Granger, UT
He was part of team that averaged over 34 points per game.

4.       Isaiah Nacua*, DL, Bishop Gorman, NV
Nacua recently transferred from Bishop Gorman, NV.

5.       Korey Rush*, DL, East, UT           
Rush was named 3A First Team All-State.

6.       Dalton Schultz, TE, Bingham, UT               
He had 34 catches for 491 yards and three scores.

7.       Allan Havili, DL, Stansbury, UT   
Havili was named 3A Second Team All-State.

8.       Ula Tolutau#, RB, East, UT           
This huge back is ideal for the power running game.

9.       Amone Finau#, ATH, Kearns, UT              
Finau is a two-way standout for the Cougars.

10.   Zac Dawe, DL, Pleasant Grove, UT
Two-way player recorded 43 tackles.

11.   Isaiah Kaufusi, LB, Brighton, UT 
Brighton played one of the toughest schedules in the state.

12.   Nolan Gray, WR, Orem, UT         
Gray caught 83 passes for 1,514 yards and 17 scores.

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