Do some searching on this forum, check out B&C record books by county, take a scouting trip out there and/or grab a subscription to one of the various services like GoHunt and you will have your answer. This is more of a “teach a man to fish” site than a “hand a new guy a fish a few days before application deadline” site.
Public to private land ratio is not good. About 13% is public. BUT, they do have good trophies and the terrain and habitat supports healthy antelope herds. Your best trophies in this state are coming from the Carbon County area.
Hunting will be good, weather could be iffy. Might be warmish or we could have a blizzard. Check before you come and be prepared. You might need to schedule some road closures days into your travel time.