BYU football: 2016 recruiting class (+live updates, video)

Utah State football: 2016 recruiting class (+live updates, video)

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 football front.

Here is the list of Letter of Intent signings for the Utes. Come back throughout the day as more are announced.


Semisi Lauaki, 6-4, 240 pounds, Lawndale, Calif., defensive end, finished his senior year with 41 tackles, five behind the line of scrimmage. Had two sacks.


Davir Hamilton, 6-2, 204 pounds, Los Angeles, Calif., wide receiver/linebacker, earned all-league honors on both sides of the ball.


Keaton Bills, 6-5, 275, Draper, Utah, defensive end, chose Utah over BYU on Signing Day.


David Luafatasaga, 6-4, 225 pounds, Arizona Western College, linebacker, flipped from Ole Miss to Utah on Signing Day.


Leki Fotu, 6-6, 255 pounds, Herriman, Utah, defensive end, racked up 79 tackles and 9.5 sacks for the 5A state champions.


Cole Fotheringham, 6-4, 215 pounds, San Clemente, Calif., tight end, made 45 catches and scored 10 touchdowns as a senior.


Bradlee Anae, 6-5, 230 pounds, Kahuku, Hawaii, defensive end chose Utah over Vanderbilt on Signing Day.


Fua Pututau, 6-3, 230 pounds, Salt Lake City, Utah, Cottonwood High linebacker chose the Utes over BYU on Signing Day.


Terrell Burgess, 6-0, 178 pounds, San Marcos, Calif., cornerback, had three interceptions as a senior. He’s also a skilled receiver and kick returner.


Alec Dana, 6-3, 190 pounds, Rancho Cucamonga, Calif., wide receiver, highly regarded junior college standout committed to the Utes in August.


Donavan Thompson, 6-0, 215 pounds, Miami, Fla., linebacker, committed to the Utes on the final week before National Signing Day.


Tucker Scott, 6-5, 250 pounds, San Clemente, Calif., offensive tackle, son for former Ute Lance Scott, an All-WAC honoree who played in the NFL.


Kurtis Taufa, 6-2, 235 pounds, Salt Lake City, Utah, linebacker, Highland High grad made 68 tackles, including 11.5 TFL, last season at Snow College.


Johnny Maea, 6-4, 298 pounds, Salt Lake City, Utah, offensive guard, pivotal in East’s state-record 5,509 yards rushing en route to 4A title.


Nygel King, 6-2, 175 pounds, Spring, Texas, cornerback, sizeable defensive back de-committed from hometown Houston.


Garett Bolles, 6-6, 305 pounds, Lehi, Utah, offensive tackle, Snow star rated as the top junior college lineman in the nation.


Devonta’e Henry-Cole, 5-7, 174 pounds, Fort Lauderdale, Fla., running back, fractured wrist put an early end to his senior season.


Zack Moss, 5-10, 200 pounds, Hallandale Beach, Fla., running back, rushed for 1,098 yards and 17 touchdowns as a senior.


Jake Grant, 6-4, 275 pounds, Scottsdale, Ariz., offensive guard, gray shirt in 2015.


Tyler Huntley, 6-1, 177 pounds, Hallandale Beach, Fla., quarterback, passed for 3,636 yards and 42 touchdowns as a senior. Florida Player of the Year.


Scott Peck, 6-7, 280 pounds, Veradale, Wash., offensive tackle, earned all-state honors as a senior. Already enrolled at the U.


Demari Simpkins, 5-10, 171 pounds, Hollywood, Fla., wide receiver, former quarterback made 38 catches for 506 yards and seven touchdowns in 2015.


Troy Williams, 6-2, 197 pounds, Santa Monica, Calif., quarterback, began his career at Washington before transferring to Santa Monica College. Had 2,750 yards passing last season with 31 touchdowns and only four interceptions.


Mitch Wishnowsky, 6-3, 225 pounds, Gosnells, Western Australia, punter, will have three years of eligibility after playing for Santa Barbara College in 2014.