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Utah State’s 6th commit of the weekend comes from California DL Adam Tomczyk

Utah State Aggies players step on the field
Utah State Aggies players step on the field during an NCAA football game against the New Mexico Lobos at Maverik Stadium in Logan on Thursday, Nov. 26, 2020.
Yukai Peng, Deseret News

To say it’s been a busy few days for Utah State football recruiting is an understatement.

Blake Anderson’s program received its sixth verbal commitment over the weekend when California defensive lineman Adam Tomczyk announced via Twitter on Sunday that he’s headed to Logan.

On Friday, four players committed to the Aggies’ 2022 class, including two players from Texas — athlete Robert Briggs and quarterback Bishop Davenport — and two more from Utah — linebacker Ryker Lotulelei and safety Mapa Vaenuku.

On Saturday, Lone Peak athlete Takeao Hansen followed suit.

Tomczyk is listed as a 6-foot-4, 260-pound defensive lineman by 247 Sports and preps at Los Alamitos High in California. He had 31 tackles and eight tackles for loss in six games, according to Max Preps, during his junior season.

Utah State has been the lone school to offer him a scholarship, according to 247 Sports, doing so back in early April. Tomcyzk shared photos on Twitter when he took a visit to Utah State in mid-June.

Tomcyzk becomes the 14th player to commit to the Aggies as part of Utah State’s 2022 recruiting class.