Utah’s 2022 recruiting class is complete, and it is the school’s best ever, according to 247 Sports’ rankings.

The Utes added one player — 6-foot-5, 200-pound wide receiver Sidney Mbanasor — on national signing day to finish their class. Utah filled up most of its class on early signing day in December.

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Utah’s 2022 class consists of 20 players — 17 high school players and three college transfers — and includes three four-star players — 6-foot-4, 220 pound linebacker Lander Barton; 6-foot-2, 183-pound quarterback Nate Johnson; and 5-foot-7, 205-pound running back Jaylon Glover, who was named Florida’s Mr. Football.

Utah’s average recruit rating since 2012

Data via 247Sports

2012: 0.8388

2013: 0.8320

2014: 0.8305

2015: 0.8465

2016: 0.8445

2017: 0.8604

2018: 0.8569

2019: 0.8612

2020: 0.8652

2021: 0.8727

2022: 0.8753

Utah, the 2021 Pac-12 champions, also got an instant-impact transfer in Florida linebacker Mohamoud Diabate, the Gators’ leading tackler last season.

Barton and Johnson are among the best commits the program has landed. Barton is Utah’s fifth-highest ranked in program history, while Johnson is the 14th-highest.

It all adds up to Utah’s highest-ever average recruit rating, according to 247 Sports.

Utah’s average recruit rating is 0.8753, the best in school history. Utah ranks 38th nationally and fourth in the Pac-12.

Utah State, the 2021 Mountain West champions, also turned in its best average recruit rating in school history.

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The Aggies’ 2022 class has an average recruit rating of 0.8225, per 247 Sports.

The three highest-rated recruits of the Aggies’ 2022 class are 6-foot-5, 280-pound three-star offensive lineman Tavo Motuapuaka; 6-foot-4, 295-pound three-star offensive lineman Weylin Lapuaho; and 6-foot-4, 260-pound three-star defensive lineman Adam Tomczyk.

Utah State’s average recruit rating since 2012

Data via 247 Sports

2012: 0.7812

2013: 0.7685

2014: 0.7553

2015: 0.7966

2016: 0.8006

2017: 0.7899

2018: 0.7909

2019: 0.8121

2020: 0.8042

2021: 0.8142

2022: 0.8225

Motuapuaka and Lapuaho rank as some of the top signees in program history, ranking No. 8 and No. 10, respectively.

The Aggies’ 33-player class ranks fourth in the Mountain West and 77th nationally, according to 247 Sports.