BYU football: 2016 recruiting class (+live updates, video)
Utah football: 2016 recruiting class (+live updates)
High school football: 2016 Division I signees (+live updates, video & bios)
National Signing Day: List of where Utah athletes will play, ordered by high school
National Signing Day is here, and we have you covered for all that is happening on the Utah State football front.
Here is the complete list of Letter of Intent signings for the Aggies.
Viliamu McMoore, 6-5, 265, Kapolei, Hawaii, offensive lineman, is enrolled at Utah State for the 2016 spring semester. Scout.com rated McMoore the top offensive tackle in Hawaii following his senior season.
Zach Swenson, 6-1, 185, Salt Lake City, safety, , is enrolled at Utah State for the 2016 spring semester. He was originally a part of the Class of 2013 and earned 5A first-team All-State honors from the Deseret News his senior season at East High.
Caden Andersen, 6-3, 280, Logan, Utah, defensive end, is enrolled at Utah State for the 2016 spring semester. Andersen was in the 2013 recruiting class.
Sean Taylor, 6-5, 274, Laney College, California, offensive lineman, is already enrolled and ready to make an immediate impact on the offensive line.
Antonio Cole, 6-1, 180, NE Oklahoma A&M, Oklahoma, cornerback, is another mid-year transfer who was an honorable mention all-Southwest Junior College Football Conference selection.
Alex Byers, 6-3, 175, Antelope Valley Junior College, California, wide receiver, a mid-year signee who held offers from North Texas and New Mexico, among others, according to scout.com.
Jordan Love, 6-3, 180, Bakersfield, California, quarterback, was rated a 3-star prospect by scout and as its No. 77 quarterback prospect nationally.
Demytrick Ali’ifua, 6-3, 280, San Leandro, California, offensive line, has a brother, Ricky, who is currently part of the Aggie program.
Justus Te’i, 6-2, 215, San Marcos, California, defensive end, committed to the Aggies on Tuesday.
Troy Murray, 6-5, 270, Logan, Utah, defensive line, helped Logan High School to a state championship his senior season.
Tre Miller, 6-2, 220, St. George, Utah, running back, starred for the Flyers and then committed to the Aggies this week after receiving late interest from BYU.
Morian Walker, 6-1, 195, San Jose, California, running back, committed to the Aggies this week.
Simian Matagi, 6-3, 205, South Jordan, Utah, linebacker, helped lead a Bingham defense that was widely considered the state’s best in 2015.
David Woodward, 6-3, 210, Olympia, Washington, linebacker, was named the All-Area football Player of the Year his senior season.
Ron’quavion Tarver, 6-4, 220, Fort Scott Community College, Kansas, wide receiver, led his team with 44 receptions for 508 yards as a freshman in 2015.
Makiah Gilmer, 6-1, 180, Kirkland, Washington, defensive back, is rated as a 3-star prospect by scout.com
Ty Shaw, 6-5, 285, Herriman, Utah, offensive line, was part of Herriman’s dominating offensive front that led the way to a 5A state championship his senior year.
Bryce Mortenson, 6-6, 210, Smithfield, Utah, tight end, had 86 receptions for 1,272 yards and 18 touchdowns his senior year playing for Sky View.
Rayshad Lewis, 5-10, 160, Orlando, Florida, cornerback, is the son of former Baltimore Ravens linebacker and Super Bowl champion Ray Lewis.
Craig Rucker, 5-8, 160, Orlando, Florida, wide receiver, is a shifty receiver who will likely get a shot at returning kicks for the Aggies.