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Utah State basketball receives commitment from Snow College forward Travis Wagstaff

New Utah State men’s basketball coach Ryan Odom addresses Aggie fans and members of the media in Logan, Utah.
New Utah State men’s basketball coach Ryan Odom addresses Aggie fans and members of the media Wednesday, April 7, 2021, at the Wayne Estes Center in Logan.
Jeff Hunter, for the Deseret News

The Utah State basketball program continued a string of commitments from in-state transfers on Sunday, as Snow College forward Travis Wagstaff announced his pledge to the program.

Wagstaff made the announcement on Twitter.

While the 6-foot-7, 185-pound Wagstaff last played at Snow, he previously was at Utah Valley and prepped at Olympus High.

Last season at Snow, Wagstaff averaged 15.9 points and exactly five rebounds and three assists in 31.6 minutes per contest over 21 games played.

In recent weeks, Utah State has also received commitments from former Utah point guard Rylan Jones (Wagstaff’s high school teammate at Olympus) and former Utah signee Norbert Thelissen.