BYU reeled in another top quarterback recruit during Wednesday’s national letter of intent day. Tanner Mangum, from Eagle, Idaho, comes in with an impressive high school resume. Watch Mangum play in this video compilation of his top moments
Pleasant Grove senior offensive lineman Brandon Fanaika fulfilled a dream Wednesday as he committed to play football at Stanford University. This video shows highlights of Fanaika crushing defenders and what he may potentially bring to Stanford.
Bingham High School football prospect Jared Afalava committed to the University of Nebraska on Wednesday, National Signing Day. This compilation of highlights displays the talent the local prospect brings to the Cornhuskers.
New Penn State coach Bill O’Brien gave credit to the recruits who stuck with their verbal commitments to the Nittany Lions.
Utah State football coach Gary Andersen capitalized on the Aggies’ 2011 success by bringing another solid recruiting class into the Utah State fold on National Letter of Intent Day.
About the only thing that went wrong on national signing for Stanford was having to replace the toner on the fax machine.
While introducing the 17 players that signed with BYU on Wednesday, coach Bronco Mendenhall called his 2012 collection of recruits “the most qualified class to do it all.”
After an NCAA investigation, a disappointing 2011 season and an offseason that’s been filled with assistant coaching turnover, Tennessee needed some good news on the recruiting front.
Southern Utah University’s 2012 National Signing Day class consists mainly of local talent, as the Thunderbirds inked 28 football players Wednesday — 20 of which hail from Utah.
Every coach claims to have a great national signing day. Nick Saban actually does — every year.
The day started so well for Georgia. Top prospect Josh Harvey-Clemons revealed he was signing with the Bulldogs, turning a solid recruiting class into one that figured to be ranked among the nation’s best.
Utah received letters from a pair of highly touted quarterbacks on National Signing Day. Chase Hansen of Lone Peak High and Travis Wilson of San Clemente High in California made their commitments to the Utes official Wednesday morning.
Letters of intent received by the University of Utah football program. Biographies from the Utah sports information department. Video clips can be found at www.utahutes.com.
There was a lot of drama surrounding Pleasant Grove’s Brandon Fanaika leading up to LOI day.
Seven high school players, including two from Utah, two from Idaho and one each from Florida, Georgia and California, were the first members of new Weber State University head football coach John L. Smith’s initial recruiting class as National Letter of Intent day got under way Wednesday morning.
The initial recruiting class for first-year Weber State University head football coach John L. Smith features 17 freshmen, including six from Utah, who will play for the Wildcats in a group Smith classifies as “a little better than I expected coming in due to the short time period we had.”
The fax machine at Utah State is humming as the Aggies have started receiving their letters of intent from around the country. Head Coach Gary Andersen is expected to have one of his best recruiting classes in his tenure at Utah State.
Tracy Howard says he expects the NCAA to impose sanctions against Miami. He wants to play for the Hurricanes anyway.
Normally when a coaching staff changes not one but two offensive coordinators in an offseason, it can have a substantial negative impact on the incoming recruiting class. Not so with this year’s Utah State football team.
National Signing Day is upon us -- a chance to learn about the Cougars, Utes, Aggies, Wildcats and Thunderbirds of the future.
It was true several years ago when Utah and BYU were in the MWC, and it’s still true in 2012.
Brandon Gurney of the Deseret News and Tom Cella of Utezone.com discuss junior college recruiting, and top talent recruits that will commit to play football outside of Utah.
Pleasant Grove’s Brandon Fanaika is playing his recruitment until the bitter end.