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Ute' Should've Seen it: Kuzma Commits to Utah
by Brian Flinn, Future150 (12:21 PM CT, Sun September 1, 2013)
Kuzma will be an important piece for Utah moving forward
Kuzma will be an important piece for Utah moving forward
Brian Flinn
Brian Flinn:

Future150 National Recruiting Analyst. Covering high school basketball nationally.

Philadelphia, PA (Future150) -- On Friday night Kyle Kuzma decided it was finally time to close down the recruiting process, he had found his fit. After a short time on campus, he decided that Utah was too good of an opportunity for him to pass up. 

The talent level in Utah has seen a bit of an up-tick in recent years. First with the addition of Jordan Loveridge, followed by landing 2014 standout Brekkott Chapman. Now Kuzma will look to join them and create a "big-three" of their own.

His biggest strength is his versatility, at 6-foot-8 he has great guard skills. A recent growth spurt saw him grow over 3 inches in the past year. With the ability to play shooting guard, small forward, or power forward, Kuzma will give the Utes options. 

It will also allow them to play him alongside Chapman and Loveridge, giving them good size on the wings as well. Barring any transfer or a player turning pro unexpectedly, the Utes are out of scholarships for this year. If one does open up, look for them to pursue a guard like Robert Cartright or Namon Wright. 

No matter what happens with the rest of the roster, the Utes have nabbed two quality additions in this class. Look for Kuzma to continue to improve over his time at Utah. He will be an impact player sooner rather than later.


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