BYU, Utah, Utah State football: Rundown of players that have committed to Cougars, Utes and Aggies
Andre Godfrey, 6-0, 180, DB, Miramar, Fla.: Godfrey is considered one of the Ute's top commits and will play safety.
Allan Havili, 6-4, 270, DL, Tooele: Havili committed early to Utah and had offers from such schools as Oklahoma and Wisconsin.
Travonne Hobbs, 5-11, 178, CB, New Orleans, La.: Hobbs had multimple Pac-12 and Big 12 offers before choosing Utah.
Casey Hughes, 6-1, 190, DB, North Las Vegas, Nev.: Hughes adds considerably to an already impressive defensive back class for the Utes.
Donovan Isom, 6-4, 235, QB, Destrehan, La.: Isom is the lone quarterback signee for the Utes this year.
Thor Katoa, 6-2, 220, LB, St. George: Katoa was a standout outside linebacker for state runner-up Pine View last season.
Dacorius "DJ" Law, 5-10, 182, RB, Haines, Fla.: Law chose the Utes after strongly considering an offer from Ole Miss, among other programs.
Lowell Lotulelei, 6-3, 310, DL, South Jordan: Lotulelei is back from his LDS mission service and looks to make an immediate impact at defensive tackle.
Howard Pututau, 6-3, 230, DL, Salt Lake City: Pututau starred for Cottonwood and will add considerably to an already impressive in-state class for the Utes.
Monte Seabrook, 5-11, 180, DB, Newberry, Fla.: Utah's second defensive back commitment from the state of Florida.
Raelin Singleton, 6-5, 185, WR, Crosby, Texas: Singleton chose Utah over such schools as Houston, Colorado State and San Diego State.
Pasoni Tasini, 6-3, 260, DL, Ephraim: Tasisni starred for Snow last year and will look to make an immediate impact.
Pita Tonga, 6-2, 270, DL, Salt Lake City: Tonga starred for Highland High last year and dreamed of being a Ute since he was young.
Marcus Williams, 6-0, 178, WR, Corona, Calif.: The speedster chose Utah over offers from Boise State and San Diego State.
Tavaris Williams, 5-11, 175, athlete, Fort White, Fla.: Utah scored some big talent in Florida, largely due to assistant coach Dennis Erickson's efforts.
Donovan Wilson, 6-1, 175, DB, Shreveport, La.: Wilson chose Utah over offers from TCU and Southern Miss, among other programs.
Kenric Young, 6-2, 180, WR, Gainesville, Fla.: Young claimed more than 30 offers at the time of his commitment.
Adewale Adeoye OLB, 6-4, 235, St. Louis, Mo.: Adeoye tallied 82 tackles and 12 sacks his senior season and held an offer from New Mexico.
Demytrick Ali’ifua, 6-3, 280, G, San Leandro, Calif.: Brother of Aggie defensive lineman Ricky Ali’ifua.
Chase Christiansen, 6-1, 205, athlete, Tooele: Played both quarterback and linebacker for Stansbury High.
Preston Curtis, 5-11, 185, S, Salt Lake City: Had 56 tackles for East High as a defensive back and also collected 20 touchdowns as a versatile running back.
Jalen Davis, 5-9, 165, CB, La Mesa, Calif.: Lightning-quick athlete attended Helix High School, the same school that produced Reggie Bush and Alex Smith.
Edmund Faimalo, 6-3, 290, DL, Redlands, Calif.: Faimalo is a junior college transfer from Riverside Community College.
Baron Gajkowski, 6-2, 210, athlete, Highland: Lone Peak quarterback is expected to transition to the defensive side of the ball at USU.
Daniel Grey, 5-11, 180, CB, Fort Lauderdale, Fla.: Transfer from Tennessee sat out the 2013 season. High school teammate of USU's Travis Reynolds and Bruce Natson.
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