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Simi Fehoko, Deseret News 2015 Mr. Football, poses for a photo at Brighton High School in Sandy, Wednesday, Dec. 9, 2015.

BYU football: 2016 recruiting class (+live updates)

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

National Signing Day is here, and we have you covered for where all the Utah high school football players are signing.

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

Bret Barben (Southern Utah), 6-4, 190, Dixie High, St. George, Utah, wide receiver

Zac Harrah (Southern Utah), 6-2, 190, Dixie High, St. George, Utah, quarterback

Zac Harrah (Southern Utah), 6-2, 190, Dixie High, St. George, Utah, quarterback

Jaden Harrison (Southern Utah), 5-10, 175, Dixie High, St. George, Utah, wide receiver

Zak Fuchs (Southern Utah), 6-1, 200, Desert Hills High, St. George, Utah, linebacker

Dallas McRae (Southern Utah), 6-1, 270, Diamond Ranch High, St. George, Utah, offensive lineman

Kallin Fisher (Weber State), 5-1, 206, Davis High, Kaysville, Utah, long snapper

Jordan Lutui (Weber State), 6-3, 260, Hunter High, West Valley City, Utah, defensive line

Noah Atagi (Weber State), 6-4, 277, Bonneville High, Washington Terrace, Utah, offensive line

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

Colton Adams (Southern Utah), 6-4, 215, Grantsville High, Grantsville, Utah, defensive end

Cooper Smith (Southern Utah), 6-4, 195, Salem Hills High, Salem, Utah, free safety

Jayden Palauni (Weber State), 6-2, 255, Highland High, Salt Lake City, Utah, defensive line

Adam Rodriguez (Weber State), 6-1, 208, Springville High, Springville, Utah, defensive line

Simote Lokotui (Southern Utah), 6-2, 185, Bingham High, South Jordan, Utah, free safety

Noel Unufe (Southern Utah), 6-5, 260, Maple Mountain High, Spanish Fork, Utah, center

Perry Sandlin (Southern Utah), 6-2, 210, Corner Canyon High, Draper, Utah, linebacker

Alan Kieatisinlapin (Southern Utah), 6-0, 150, Bountiful High, Bountiful, Utah, defensive back

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

Justice Alo (Southern Utah), 6-0, 260, Desert Hills, St. George, Utah, center

Brayden Keim (Weber State), 6-7, 215, Alta High, Sandy, Utah, tight end, tackle

Riley Sharp (Oregon State), 6-5, 220, Skyline High, Salt Lake City, Utah, linebacker, fullback

Michael Musto (Southern Utah), 6-1, 195, Canyon View High, Ceday City, Utah

Troy Murray (Utah State), 6-5, 270, Logan, Utah, defensive line, helped Logan High School to a state championship his senior season.

BJ Tuimalatu (Southern Utah), 6-3, 225, Taylorsville High, Taylorsville, Utah

Pookie Maka (Colorado), 6-2, 220, Woods Cross, Utah, defensive end, is rated the No. 20 defensive end prospect in the West, according to scout.com.

Tre Miller (Utah State), 6-2, 220, St. George, Utah, running back, starred for the Flyers and then committed to the Aggies this week after receiving late interest from BYU.

Simian Matagi (Utah State), 6-3, 205, South Jordan, Utah, linebacker, helped lead a Bingham defense that was widely considered the state's best in 2015.

Mason Tye (Weber State), Sky View High, Smithfield, tight end

Kahi Neves (Arizona), 6-4, 240, Timpview High, Provo, linebacker

Doug Schiess (Weber State), Manti High, Manti, Utah, defensive lineman

Sione Finau (BYU), 5-9, 160, Kearns, Utah, running back, originally committed to Oregon State but switched his commitment to the Cougars. He rushed for 1,735 yards and 20 touchdowns at Kearns.

Darius McFarland (BYU), 6-2, 250, Brigham City, Utah, defensive end, is an athlete who could play multiple positions and also had offers from Air Force, Army, Southern Utah and Wyoming.

Ben Bos (Weber State), 6-3, 261, Wasatch High, Heber City, offensive lineman

Johnny Maea (Utah), 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.

Keenan Pili (BYU), 6-2, 198, Provo, Utah, outside linebacker, is a consensus three-star prospect who chose the Cougars over Cal, Utah and Vanderbilt.

Max Tooley (BYU), 6-1, 195, Bountiful, Utah, safety, is a three-star prospect who also has offers from Cal, Colorado, Nevada, Oregon State, Utah, Utah State and Washington State.

Peniamina Mobley (Weber State), 6-3, 210, Herriman High, Herriman, linebacker

Noah Kramer (Weber State), 6-2, 288, Northridge High, Layton, defensive lineman

Zach Simmons (Northern Arizona), 6-3, 225, Salem Hills High, Salem, tight end

Simeon Page (Air Force), 6-0, 210, Riverton High, Riverton, linebacker

Lyric Bartley (Washington State), 6-3, 245, Taylorsville High, Taylorsville, defensive end

Jordan Lutui (Weber State), 6-4, 280, Hunter High, West Valley City, linebacker

Skyler Southam (BYU) , 6-1, 180, Heber City, Utah, kicker, is regarded as one of the top prep kickers in the country and participated in the Army All-American Bowl. He drilled a 53-yard field goal at Wasatch High.

Ty Shaw (Utah State) , 6-5, 285, Herriman, Utah, offensive line, was part of Herriman's dominating offensive front that led the way to a 5A state championship his senior year.

Solofa Funa (BYU) , 6-1, 225, Spanish Fork, Utah, defensive end, is rated the No. 13 prospect from the state of Utah by ESPN.

Bryce Mortenson (Utah State) , 6-6, 210, Smithfield, Utah, tight end, had 86 receptions for 1,272 yards and 18 touchdowns his senior year playing for Sky View.

Atunaisa Mahe (BYU), 6-1, 285, West Jordan, Utah, defensive tackle, is a strong bull-rusher who committed to BYU last spring.

Loa Kaufusi (Stanford), East, Salt Lake City, Utah, tight end, is the No. 28 tight end prospect in the nation, according to Scout.com.

Jackson Kaufusi (BYU), 6-1, 200, Salt Lake City, Utah, outside linebacker, is the nephew of BYU coach Steve Kaufusi and received offers from Utah, Cal and Washington State.

Simi Fehoko (Stanford), Brighton, Salt Lake City, Utah, wide receiver, committed to Stanford before his senior season and finished his career with a state-record 3,568 yards and 41 touchdowns. He's a four-star recruit.

Drew Jensen, 6-2, 195, Salt Lake City, Utah, safety, is the No. 20 safety prospect in the West according to Scout.com.

Doug Taumoelau (Oregon State), Brighton, Salt Lake City, Utah, outside linebacker, is the No. 14 linebacker prospect in the West, according to Scout.com.