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Utah State head coach Matt Wells argues call while facing Air Force in the first half of an NCAA college football game Saturday, Nov. 14, 2015, at Air Force Academy, Colo.

Utah football: 2017 recruiting class (+live updates, video)

BYU football: 2017 recruiting class (+live updates, video)

National Signing Day is here, and we have you covered for all that is happening on the Utah State football front.

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

Savon Scarver, 6-0, 187, Las Vegas, Nevada, wide receiver, the favorite target of fellow Aggie commit Jamaal Evans, he caught 43 passes for 946 yards and eight TDs.

Louy Compton, 6-2, 200, Waterford, Michigan, linebacker, a JUCO recruit out of Ellsworth Community College in Iowa, he racked up 60 tackles last season, including 13.5 sacks.

Ismael Vaifo'ou, 6-3, 200, Salt Lake City, Utah, linebacker, the Highland High School standout totaled 38 tackles, including four sacks, last year for the Rams.

Deante Fortenberry, 5-11, 195, Oakland, California, defensive back, had 52 tackles and four interceptions for the City College of San Francisco last season.

Eltoro Allen, 5-10, 195, Elk Grove, California, running back, as a sophomore at Riverside City College, he rushed for 1,001 yards and eight TDs on 149 carries for a 10-2 Tiger team.

Robert Castaneda, 6-5, 305, Round Rock, Texas, offensive guard, an all-region selection last year at Ellsworth Community College in Iowa, Castaneda spent his freshman season at Texas Tech.

Roman Andrus, 6-4, 280, El Dorado Hills, California, a one-time BYU Cougar, Andrus comes to USU via Snow Junior College, where he spent the 2016 season.

Suliasi Tamaivena, 6-2, 225, Kirkland, Washington, linebacker, was headed to Washington State in 2016 but is now coming to Logan after totaling 81 tackles and nine sacks at Mt. San Antonio Community College in 2015.

Josh Sterzer, 6-3, 220, Taylorsville, Utah, linebacker, after leading the Taylorsville Warriors in tackles (72), tackles for loss (22) and sacks (11) last year, he plans to serve an LDS mission before suiting up for the Aggies.

Kyle Van Leeuwen, 5-10, 180, Provo, Utah, wide receiver, following in the footsteps of older brothers/Aggie receivers Travis and Zach, he caught 42 passes for 903 yards and 18 TDs last year at Timpview High School.

Henry Colombi, 6-3, 190, Hollywood, Florida, quarterback, a dual-threat QB, he was slowed by an injury to his throwing (right) shoulder during his senior year.

Mata Hola, 6-3, 230, Sandy, linebacker, finished his senior season with 52 tackles and 13.5 sacks for Alta. Chose the Aggies over BYU, among others.

Nami Tuitu'u, 6-3, 270, Mesa, Arizona, offensive guard, a product of the same school that produced former Aggie and current Green Bay Packer linebacker Kyler Fackrell, his prep coach last year was Vai Sikahema's brother, Kap.

Jarrod Green, 6-0, 165, Elk Grove, California, safety, he totaled 53 tackles and two interceptions last season at Cosumnes High School.

Alfred Edwards, 6-7, 290, Redlands, California, offensive tackle, originally committed to Nevada, he ditched the Wolf Pack for the Aggies last week.

Devon Anderson, 6-3, 270, Baltimore, Overlea HS/Dodge City CC, defensive end, recorded 26 tackles and 2 sacks as a freshman at the Kansas junior college. Had offers from Buffalo, Eastern Michigan and Southern Illinois.

Jamaal Evans, 6-3, 205, Las Vegas, Nevada, quarterback, while he rushed for more than 600 yards and threw for more than 2,000 as a senior, Evans is coming to USU as an athlete and will likely play either safety or wide receiver.

Chandler Dolphin, 6-4, 285, Sandy, Utah, offensive lineman, chose Utah State over offers from, among others, Southern Utah and Dixie State, according to Scout.com.

Heneli Avendano, 6-0, 300, Sandy, Utah, center, the Jordan Beetdigger plans to serve an LDS mission, and also hopes to possibly spend some time on the Aggie defensive line.

Carson Terrell, 6-5, 235, Lehi, Utah, tight end, rated as the state's No. 1 TE prospect, he chose USU over UCLA and Oregon State after catching 57 passes for 837 yards and eight TDs for the Pioneers in 2016.

Zahodri Jackson, 5-10, 165, Sarasota, Florida, cornerback, he helped lead Riverview High School to a 9-2 record last season.