Utah Football highlights Parkite Carson Tabaracci in “Full Field Facts” episode

SALT LAKE CITY — Earlier this week, the University of Utah Football team highlighted Park City’s own and new freshman Carson Tabaracci in an episode of Full Field Facts.

A three-star athlete out of high school, Tabaracci was one of Utah’s top in-state recruiting additions as he dominated for the Park City Miners over the last few seasons. Tabaracci is a stellar athlete, one who primarily played running back during his high school career but was recruited to Utah to either play at the linebacker or tight end position. During his senior year, Tabaracci ran for roughly 1,200 yards and 15 touchdowns in addition to two receiving scores. For his efforts, he was the region six MVP for the 2021 season.

Now at Utah, Tabaracci has been moved to defense and is currently a member of the linebacker room. While it may take some time for him to fully transition, Tabaracci has been showing a lot of good signs in camp according to head coach Kyle Whittingham.

“The young guys are doing a great job, the guys that just got here from high school. Lander Barton, Justin Medlock, Carson Tabaracci. Those guys have really added to that group,” Whittingham said.

As for his appearance in Full Field Facts, Tabaracci answered a series of questions about himself and shared why he chose to wear the number zero at the collegiate level.

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