American Fork (Utah) athlete Jonah Trinnaman has kept himself busy the past few weeks, visiting both Utah and BYU for their Junior Days.
“At BYU I got to spend time on field with the players during their Spring Game, and I got to meet some of the coaches,” said Trinnaman. “I was also invited to a BBQ for their prospects.”
Trinnaman also made it over to Utah and had a good time in Salt Lake City.
“I had a great time at Utah and they were very excited to see me there,” said Trinnaman. “They told me I was being recruited and Coach Jay Hill told me he would be scheduling time to visit me at school as soon as it was possible. I got to meet a lot of players and coaches, and they gave me a tour of their new player facility that is under construction. Coach Hill and Coach (Kyle) Whittingham spent a lot of time talking to me and they have invited me back to their Elite Prospect Day during their Spring Game on April 20.
Trinnaman is also hoping to visit Utah State.
“Utah State has also invited me to their Junior Day and they have sent me more handwritten letters. I also received a handwritten letter from Coach (Dan) Ferrigno at Michigan inviting me to their camp, and one from UNLV inviting me to their Junior Day.”
Trinnaman, who was the SPARQ MVP at the L.A. NFTC, is also doing track.
“I have been busy running track. In my second race last week I ran a 10.89 100M, which is the second fastest time in the state this year,” said Trinnaman. “I'm sure I can run close to 10.5 this year.”