A couple of Aggie commits made this list for the first time this year. USU coach Gary Andersen is doing well in attracting some top in-state talent to his program.
Vigil rushed the ball 19 times for 108 yards during Fremont's big 20-7 win over rival Davis. Vigil committed to the Aggies this past summer.
Amone continues to put up monster numbers for his Orlando, Fla. team. He recorded 16 tackles and two tackles for loss in his team's 34-7 win over McArthur HS.
McClellon continues to put up monster numbers for his team. Playing for just one half, he had nine receptions for 138 yards in Gahr's 52-14 blowout win against Artesia.
Hadley had 154 yards and three touchdowns on just 13 carries during Connell's 52-13 win over Kiona-Benton. He also had 70 receiving yards and a touchdown catch.
The Aggie's latest commit recorded six total touchdowns including 160 yards rushing and three touchdowns on just nine carries. He went 11-of-15 passing for 157 yards and another three touchdowns during Logan's 49-7 win over Roy.