This season many feel the Beehive State’s top prospect is three-star offensive lineman Ray Feinga (6-5, 290, 5.0) from West Valley City (Utah) Hunter. He went on his trip to BYU and has made Cougar fans happy across the land with his commit to Brigham Young.
The Cougars get an outstanding player who excelled on both sides of the ball this season as an offensive lineman/defensive lineman. Though he has skills at both positions, Feinga projects as an offensive tackle.
The honors have been rolling in for Feinga since the season ended. He has been selected Mr. Football, State Player of the Year and Gatorade State Player of the Year for his senior season performance in 2003.
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“I like the coaches and the facilities,” Feinga said. “I also like the area, it is real nice.”
The plans are Feinga to go to school for a year and then take his LDS mission.
The Cougars win the services of Feinga over archrival Utah and area upstart Boise State.