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Utah State football gets another commitment from a Power 5 transfer

TCU offensive tackle Quazzel White (51) protects quarterback Max Duggan during an NCAA football game against Iowa State on Saturday, Sept. 26, 2020 in Fort Worth, Texas. Iowa State won 37-34.
Brandon Wade, Associated Press

For the fourth time since Blake Anderson was named head football coach at Utah State in December, the Aggies have received a commitment from a player who is transferring from a Power Five school.

On Sunday, TCU offensive lineman Quazzel White announced his pledge to the program via Twitter about six weeks after he announced he was entering the portal.

A native of Tacoma, Washington, the 6-foot-3, 317-pound White appeared in 21 games over three seasons for TCU after redshirting in 2017, although just three of those appearances came in 2020.

White was listed as a 3-star prospect by 247 Sports when he was at Lincoln High School. He joins Miami linebacker Patrick Joyner Jr., Texas linebacker Byron Hobbs-Vaughns and Kansas cornerback Kyle Mayberry as players from Power Five schools who have committed to Utah State this offseason.