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Brian Holman and the Utah Utes added an in-state product in the class of 2022 on Sunday, as Corner Canyon, Utah, midfielder Mason Quick announced that he would be staying home in the Beehive State to play for the Utes. He announced his commitment via Instagram.
Quick is the fourth commitment in the class for the Utes, joining The Rivers School, Mass., LSM Will Potter, Chanhassen, Minn., midfielder Brady Grandstaff, and Tabor Academy, Mass., attackman Aidan O’Neil.
“Being from Utah It’s always been my number one school,” Quick told Lacrosse Bucket. “I wanna help make Utah a top team.”
Utah head coach Brian Holman initially contacted Quick early in the month of September, which is the first mont that college coaches can contact 2022 recruits. While the NCAA currently has DI recruiting in a dead period through January, which prohibits in-person recruiting and campus visits, Quick says that has been to campus multiple times for sporting events.
With a strong outside shot and the ability to move well off-ball, Quick has been an impact player for Corner Canyon since his freshman season. He helped lead them to a 13-5 record and an USHLL Class A semifinal appearance. Quick helped the Chargers go 3-0 in 2020 before the season was cancelled. He scored six goals in the three contests.
A dual-sport athlete, Quick also plays football for Corner Canyon.