Letter of Intent Day 2013

Recruits primarily from Utah, but also from other parts of the U.S., will officially declare their loyalty to the programs coached by these three men: BYU's Bronco Mendenhall, Utah's Kyle Whittingham, and USU's Matt Wells.

DeseretNews.com proudly presents comprehensive coverage of Letter of Intent day 2013.

National letter of intent day is today and DeseretNews.com is your source for the most comprehensive, in-depth information about the 2013 college football signing classes for the BYU Cougars, Utah Utes and Utah State Aggies.

DeseretNews.com is tracking recruits as the letters of intent are faxed in to the universities in the state of Utah and will update the rosters throughout the day.

See BYU's 2013 recruiting class

See Utah's 2013 recruiting class

See USU's 2013 recruiting class

As part of this comprehensive coverage, DeseretNews.com will host a live chat on this page with Brandon Gurney to discuss the signing classes of Utah's three FBS programs today at 2-4 p.m. MST. Gurney is the Deseret News' recruiting specialist and previously worked for scout.com for eight years, covering BYU with an emphasis on recruiting coverage.

College football fans worldwide will be able to chat with Gurney on this page, while accessing all of DeseretNews.com's coverage of the 2013 signing classes.

Fans are encouraged to bookmark this page and reference it throughout the day on Wednesday for the latest news on college recruits in the state of Utah. And don't forget about the live chat taking place from 2-4 p.m. with Brandon Gurney -- just bring a question.

Thank you for joining the DeseretNews.com chat event with Brandon Gurney. The event has now ended.

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Highland High junior defensive tackle Bryan Mone has pledged to sign a national letter of intent with the University of Michigan in 2014. Read more »

Feb. 12, 2013


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