Bronco Mendenhall and the BYU coaching staff recently extended a scholarship offer to Box Elder High…
Introduction 2015: CB Riley Burt
High School: Box Elder (UT)
Position: Cornerback/Running Back
Height/Weight: 6'1, 190
Recruiting: Riley Burt is one of the most athletic Utah prospects in the class of 2015. Burt is a track star that is on his way to becoming a football star. At the Pylon 7 on 7 tournament in Las Vegas, Burt looked significantly improved from his junior year and has a chance to surprise some people this year.
With ideal size & strength, good speed, and a willingness to get better Burt is somebody who is on a lot of colleges' "wait and see" list. Burt is hearing from all the in-state schools, BYU , Utah , and Utah State. BYU and Utah are his "dream-school", but Burt has really liked how UNLV and Boise State have been recruiting him.
With Riley Burt, it's not a question of if that first offer is coming in, but when and who. Burt looks the part and is preparing to play like it his senior year.
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