Via twitter, it's apparent that Utah State won't be getting a commitment from Quan Conner, the highly coveted junior college point guard. He is expected to sign a letter of intent with Morehead State.
That means, TeNale Roland is the lone known point guard target for the Aggies. He visited the Utah State campus last week, and will visit Idaho this weekend.
Should Utah State miss out on him as well, the Aggies will in all probability be relying on a freshman to handle the bulk of the minutes at point guard, be it American Fork star Marcel Davis or Riley Bradshaw, the red-head out of Montana.
The good news: Davis and Bradshaw are two of Stew Morrill's most coveted recruits in recent memory. Davis is one of the top high school point guards out west, while Bradshaw is a skilled and slick combination guard.
Shooting guard, and California JUCO Player of the Year Spencer Butterfield is expected to sign today. He's a big get for the Aggies and can play the shooting guard or small forward positions.
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