The Beehive State of Utah is known more for its beautiful scenery and world class skiing than its football players. Though Utah is often overlooked when it comes to football talent that doesn’t mean the state of Utah football talent cupboard is empty. This season many feel the state’s top prospect is Ray Feinga (6-5, 290, 5.0) from West Valley City (Utah) Hunter.
Feinga was outstanding 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.
Feinga currently sports offers from Utah, Utah State, BYU, Boise State, and Oregon. He has already visited Utah on December 12th.
“I liked my visit to the U, a lot,” Feinga said about his trip to Utah. “It is a good place.”
Feinga has trips scheduled to Boise State on January 9th and BYU on January 16th.
“I’m not going to make a decision until I take my two scheduled visits,” Feinga said. “I may set more if I can’t make up mind.”