Utah football players visit Davis High School ahead of spring training

Cameron Rising #7 of the Utah Utes throws a pass during warmup before their game against the Oregon Ducks on November 20, 2021 at Rice-Eccles Stadium in Salt Lake City, Utah. (Photo by Chris Gardner/Getty Images)

(Photo by Chris Gardner/Getty Images)

SALT LAKE CITY –Members of the Utah football team visited Davis High School Monday night to talk to football players about darts ahead of their spring practices.

Utah had 11 players on the football team that appeared at Davis High School as the Darts prepare for spring training. The Pac-12 champions were well represented in a photo taken by the school.

The 11 players include cornerback JaTravis Broughton, running back Tavion Thomas, tight end Dalton Kincaid, safety Cole Bishop, defensive lineman Junior Tafuna, wide receiver Devaughn Vele, offensive lineman Braeden Daniels, quarterback Cam Rising, tight end Brant Kuithe, offensive lineman Sataoa Laumea and cornerback Clark Phillips III.

Davis posted photos of the visit to his Twitter account on Monday evening.

It’s great to see the football team taking time out of their spring practices to give back to the community and speak with football players who have hopes and dreams of playing college football.

Other photos show the players speaking to Davis players and the Utes were also on the Darts football field and speaking to the team.

Utah will conclude spring training with the red/white game on Saturday, April 23 at noon MT.

Trevor Allen is a Utah Utes insider for KSLSports.com. Follow him on Twitter: @TrevorASports.

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