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Both BYU and Utah received some very good quarterback commits over the summer. This past weekend helped to show just how good the prospects of two of those QB commits may be. Other players contributed some big numbers as well, as the in-state programs look to be receiving a wealth of talent this coming year. Here's a Top 5 list of the young talent and their achievements this past week:

5 Delshawn McClellon, 5-foot-9, 165 pounds, WR, Gahr HS, Cerritos, Calif. (committed to Utah)
Brandon Gurney

McClellon didn't have the big stats that he did last week against Millikan, but he still managed 80 yards on seven receptions. His Gahr Gladiators came from behind to knock off Northwood on the road for a thrilling 24-22 victory.

4 Bobby Wolford, 6-foot-1, 225 pounds, LB, Bishop Kenney HS, Jacksonville, Fla. (committed to BYU)
Wolford family

Wolford again dominated play in his team's 28-14 victory over Fletcher. He accounted for 15 total tackles and four tackles for loss and a 4-yard reception.

3 Dylan Collie, 5-foot-10, 190 pounds, WR, Oak Ridge HS, El Dorado Hills, Calif. (committed to BYU)
Dylan Collie

Collie is the younger brother of Cougar great Austin Collie and put up some Austin-like numbers in his team's 59-0 romp over Cordova. He recorded nine receptions for 164 yards and three touchdowns all in the first half of Friday's game.

2 Tanner Mangum, 6-foot-3, 190 pounds, QB, Eagle HS, Eagle, Idaho (committed to BYU)
Mangum family

Mangum should be a mainstay during most weekly Top 5 lists. The Cougar commit went 34-49 for 401 yards and five touchdowns in Eagle's 42-39 victory over Capital.

1 Chase Hansen, 6-foot-4, 210 pounds, QB, Lone Peak HS, Alpine, Utah (committed to Utah)
Hansen family

Hansen simply ran the ball 17 times for 171 yards and a touchdown to go along with 24/30 passing for 380 yards and six touchdowns in the Knight's 56-41 win over Highland. Many think that linebacker will be his position in college, but with performance this past Friday, many more are rethinking that assessment.