Class of 2011 Utah Preseason State Rankings
Regional Manager Brandon Huffman
Pos | Ht/Wt
1. Harvey LangiSouth Jordan (Utah) Bingham 
RB | 6-2/215
Big, punishing runner; football runs in his family
2. Isaac AsiataSpanish Fork (Utah) Spanish ForkUtah
OG | 6-4/290
Massive athlete that can run and really lay the lumber
3. Ryker MathewsAmerican Fork (Utah) American Fork BYU 
OT | 6-6/285
Has great feet, also brings balance to the trenches
4. Dan KristensenSalt Lake City (Utah) CottonwoodUtah 
OT | /
Keeps decent pad level despite height; has no problem moving people around
5. Travis StillSpanish Fork (Utah) Spanish ForkUtah 
WR | 6-2/185
Very productive receiver at the high school level; more athletic than given credit
6. Colby JorgensenProvo (Utah) TimpviewBYU
TE | 6-7/215
Huge target with great hands and feet
7. Manoa PikulaSouth Jordan (Utah) BinghamBYU
FB | 6-1/230
Better linebacker than RB; fits the run very well and plays smart
8. Nate FakahafuaSalt Lake City (Utah) HighlandUtah 
WR | 6-5/195
Very rangy receiver that wins every one-on-battle in the air
9. Ului LapuahoWest Valley City (Utah) HunterBYU 
OT | 6-7/285
Certainly has the physical makeup to be a quick tackle prospect
10. Moses KaumatuleSouth Jordan (Utah) BinghamBYU
DT | 6-2/245
Arguably the best defensive linemen that the Miners have, and that’s saying something
11. Seni FauonukuSouth Jordan (Utah) BinghamUtah
DT | 6-0/285
Great size for a two-gap nose tackle that can occupy two linemen at a time
12. Kesni TausingaSouth Jordan (Utah) BinghamBYU
DT | 6-1/279
Strong first step, good pad level, better on the inside where he can operate in the junk
13. Baker PritchardSouth Jordan (Utah) BinghamBYU
DE | 6-2/240
A natural strong side defensive end; has size and strength to burn
14. Tevita BloomfieldWest Valley City (Utah) HunterUtah 
OLB | /
Tough kid; football runs in the family; ideal size and makeup to be a MIK
15. Austin HederPleasant Grove (Utah) Pleasant GroveBYU 
MLB | 6-2/215
Has good sense of what to do in the middle to avoid the trash; solid athlete
16. Alex KuresaHyrum (Utah) Mountain CrestBYU
QB | 5-11/160
Very productive and experienced QB that would have gotten more attention if bigger
17. Bridger PeckSouth Jordan (Utah) BinghamUtah State
S | 6-2/205
Safety with a cornerback mentality; can also stuff the run
18. Daniel NielsonNRHurricane (Utah) HurricaneUtah 
OL | /
Lanky athlete who also brings great feet and balance from his wrestling background
19. Jordan RoblesSalem (Utah) Salem HillsUtah
DE | 6-5/225
Big, rangy athlete that will continue to grow and develop
20. James WashingtonSalt Lake City (Utah) Cottonwood  
DE | 6-4/250
Player who could fill out and play inside in college; strong initial move
21. Ben HeimuliSalt Lake City (Utah) Cottonwood  
MLB | 6-2/237
Linebacker who is all over the place; equally effective rushing the passer or going back in coverage
22. Bryson McKenzieProvo (Utah) Timpview  
RB | 5-11.5/225
Tough back who is also very effective out of the backfield
23. Desmond CollinsSalt Lake City (Utah) HighlandIdaho 
DT | 6-3.5/245
Has the size to be a difference-maker inside for the Vandals
24. Corbin KaufusiProvo (Utah) TimpviewBYU 
DE | 6-6/215
Father Steve coaches at BYU; Cougars took him because of his upside and genes
25. Anthony LewisSalt Lake City (Utah) Cottonwood  
OLB | 6-0/205
Instinctive player who like to do his damage behind the line of scrimmage
Last updated: 8/18/10