How He Earned a D1 Rating
Off – Season Summary: Bright attended multiple camps throughout the state of Utah. He was one of the busiest players in the entire state, with his camp schedule. He attended college camps, as well as three of our elite prospect events. Bright usually guarded the top receivers, many of whom have Division 1 offers, and he had some epic battles with those wide outs.
“(Mekhi) is a legitimate Division 1 caliber corner. There’s no doubt about that. The kid can play.” – Fred Graves (former NFL and Division 1 position)
Total Number of Evaluations: 7 evaluations – 3 games ( vs Olympus HS, vs Lone Peak HS, vs Pleasant Grove HS), 3 camps, and 1 practice.
What We Observed in Those Evaluations: A rare corner in the state of Utah. His demeanor and style of play, is more in lines with what you would see in the South, which makes sense; Bright’s family is from South Carolina. Bright is a positive energetic player, that competes. He’s a skilled player, with a huge upside.
What Separates Him From the Rest: His Southern swag. Bright is a player that you normally find in Florida, Alabama, or Texas. He’s a talented football player. Players like him are rare in Utah.
Why He Would Be a Great Addition to Any D1 School: He’s a Division 1 caliber football player. He doesn’t back down to a challenge, and he loves to compete. Another thing that really stood out: whether it was at a game, practice, or individual camp; we noticed that Bright always had a positive attitude, and was a positive influence to those around him. He’s well mannered, hard working, and his peers respect him. He’s a leader.