The lead up to national signing day has seen colleges and universities do anything they can to land highly touted recruits. But as 18-year-olds are prone to do, there have been some notable stories of players waffling back and forth between schools.

The Aggies have 13 in-state recruits, by far the most of any school in the state.

Here is a list of players who have verbally committed to Utah State.

Caden Andersen

6-3, 250, DE, Logan

Missed all of 2012 after a long boarding accident; helped Logan High to an undefeated 2011 season.

Cody Boyer

6-6, 280, OT, St. George

Helped Pine View reach the 3A playoffs in 2012.

Jordan Brown

6-3, 190, QB, Sandy

Comes to Logan after grey-shirting at BYU before serving a two-year LDS Church mission.

Ronald Butler

6-0, 190, WR, Jersey City, N.J.

JC transfer was being looked at by Texas before committing to be Aggie.

Marwin Evans

6-1, 195, CB, Highland, Kan.

Kansas Jayhawk Community College Conference honorable mention defensive choice.

Tyler Fox

5-11, 165, WR/CB, Layton

Had 53 catches for 801 yards and five TDs and had five interceptions as a DB for Layton High.

Darell Garretson

6-0, 195, QB, Chandler, Ariz.

3-star rivals recruit de-committed from San Jose State to verbal to USU.

Braden Harris

6-4, 226, LB, Gunnison

Collected 278 tackles, 14 sacks and two picks in his high school career at Gunnison.

Wyatt Houston

6-4, 220, TE, Hood River, Ore.

Accounted for 3,500 yards and 41 TDs as a QB, but will play TE for USU.

Justin Johnson

6-3, 250 OG Houston

Will serve an LDS Church mission before joining the Aggies.

Karris Johnson

6-1, 205, RB, San Ramon, Calif.

Was the first recruit to commit to new head coach Matt Wells.

Joe Malanga

6-5, 260, OT, South Jordan

Turned down offers from Oregon State and Hawaii to stay closer to home.

Jeremy Morris

5-10, 180, CB, Chandler, Ariz.

Juco transfer chose Utah State over offers by UNLV, Nevada, Hawaii and Southern Miss.

Tyshon Mosely

6-5, 315, OG, Sandy

Part of an offensive line that ran over everyone in route to a 5A state title this year.

Dax Raymond

6-5, 220, WR, Provo

Caught 74 passes and 23 touchdowns while helping Timpview to a 4A title.

Zach Swenson

6-1, 185, S, Salt Lake City

Had 40 tackles and 3.5 sacks as a safety for East High.

Brandon Taukeiaho

6-4, 315, OG, South Jordan

One of two offensive linemen from Bingham High to commit to USU.

Jake Thompson

6-0, 210, K, Logan

Younger brother of current USU kicker Josh Thompson.

Freddy Tukuafu

6-5, 310, OL, Salt Lake City

One of three Leopards from East High to choose Utah State.

Ryan Watson

6-0, 180, WR, Huntington Beach, Calif.

JC transfer competed in 100, 200 and 400 meters for the Golden West track & field team.

Hayden Weichers

6-0, 170, WR, South Jordan

Switched his commitment from BYU to USU in December.

Jacoby Wildman

6-3, 275, DL, Logan

Cousin of fellow USU commit Caden Andersen.