Utah men's basketball coach coach Jim Boylen has spent the past few days in Texas and has picked up his fourth and presumably final commitment for the 2009-10 season.

Shawn Glover, a 6-foot-6 forward from Cedar Hill, Texas, near Dallas, has committed to play for the Utes, joining three others who will join the Utes next year. He averaged 17.8 points per game as a junior for Cedar Hills High School.

According to Rivals.com, Glover also had offers from Bradley, Marquette and Oklahoma State.

Boylen is not allowed to comment on Glover or any recruit until after the November signing date.

Earlier this week, Joseph "Jay" Watkins, a small forward from Memphis who will play for the College of Southern Idaho this season, committed to play for the Utes.

The other two players who previously committed to Utah were 6-10 forward Jeremy Olsen from Georgia and 6-1 guard Marshall Henderson from Hurst, Texas.

Glover and Henderson were teammates on the Dallas Heroes AAU team and are ranked among the top 15 prep players in Texas this year.

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