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Utah football recruiting: Cole Fotheringham, Xavier Price, Fua Pututau, Drew Jensen news

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Neves still solid with Utes [Blair Angulo, Rivals]: Three-star Salt Lake City (Ut.) Brighton quarterback Kahi Neves committed to nearby Utah last fall, but has since landed a scholarship offer from Arizona that widened his options quite a bit from various standpoints.

Fotheringham up to four [Alex Marham, UteZone]: San Clemente (Ca.) tight end Cole Fotheringham is a jack-of-all trades, holding his own on the line and proving his worth as a pass-catcher. The 6-foot-4 inch, 215 pounder received his first offer two months ago and has since seen his interest pile up. Utah was one of the first programs to offer, along with Boise State, BYU, and Utah State.

Price enjoys Utah trip [Blair Angulo, Rivals]: Salt Lake City (Ut.) Judge Memorial wide receiver/cornerback Xavier Price competed at the Rivals Camp in Las Vegas on Sunday and continued an eventful stretch Monday with an unofficial visit to Utah.

Pututau ready to take unofficials [Alex Marham, UteZone]: Salt Lake City (Ut.) Cottonwood defensive end & outside linebacker Fua Pututau is a physical force at 6-foot-3 230 pounds, who can put his hand in the dirt and also drop back in coverage.

Jensen gains new offers [Alex Marham, UteZone]: Sandy (Ut.) Brighton safety Drew Jensen is one of Utah's top high school talents in the Class of 2016. Where do the Utes stand with the talented defensive back?

Capra up to seven offers [Alex Markham, UteZone]: Placer offensive lineman Jacob Capra is one of the top offensive linemen in California, and now holds seven offers. With a brother recently signed to Utah, do the Utes have the edge?