This is quickly becoming one of Utah State's most successful recruiting seasons, at least early.
The Aggies received their 13th commitment for the Class of 2013 in Jordan High offensive lineman Tyshon Mosely.
Mosely recently visited the campus, and at 6-foot-5, 310 pounds, he projects as an offensive guard.
"I'm really excited about this," Mosely told The Tribune on Wednesday. "I like the enviornment up there. I like the coaches, I like the offense and I just feel really good and solid about the commitment. It was a feeling that I hadn't had with anyone else."
Mosely didn't have any other written offers. He did, however, have interest from Utah, BYU, Nevada and San Diego State. He's athletic and powerful, and a guy who could even put on 20 more pounds.
"Utah State has always been at the top," Mosely said. "I thought the time was right to make the commitment."
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