Craig Smith has brought another former Utah State player to Salt Lake City with him.

Wing Marco Anthony announced on social media Tuesday that he will play again for Smith, this time at the University of Utah, a little over a week after Anthony said he had entered the NCAA transfer portal. Minutes after Anthony announced his transfer destination, Utah made his addition official.

“We are pumped to have Marco join the Runnin’ Utes family,” Smith said in a press release. “Marco has great character and loves to be in the gym. At 6-5 and 220 pounds, Marco is a big physical player that brings a ton of versatility on both sides of the ball. In addition to his 41” vertical, he has great skill and can guard anyone on the floor. Marco understands how to win at a high level and brings a wealth of experience in the NCAA Tournament to our program.”

This comes after Aggies guard Rollie Worster also announced he was transferring to Utah last week.

This will be Anthony’s third college team. He spent two seasons at Virginia and was part of the Cavaliers’ 2019 national championship team before transferring to Utah State, where he sat out the 2019-20 season due to transfer rules.

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Last season, Anthony was an integral part of Utah State’s team, leading the Aggies in minutes played while averaging 10 points, 4.8 rebounds and 3.1 assists per game.

The 6-foot-5, 225-pound Anthony, a native of San Antonio, is the fourth backcourt player to commit to Utah this offseason, joining Worster as well as former Cincinnati guard Gabe Madsen and former UNLV guard David Jenkins Jr.