Receiver Andre Lewis signed his National Letter of Intent with the Utes on Friday to become the fourth player to sign with the Utes in the midyear signing period which runs through Jan. 15.
The 6-3, 200-pound receiver out of Fairfield, Calif., was a 2012 first-team NCFA all-Mid-Empire Conference selection. He ranked second in the conference in receiving yards (1,014) on 60 receptions and led the league in touchdown catches with 15 in 2012.
He is the younger brother of Buffalo Bills' receiver Steve Johnson.
Andrew Albers OL Costa Mesa, Calif. Orange Coast CC 6-7 309 Tackle is expected to contend for playing time immediately
Andre Lewis WR Fairfield, Calif. Diablo Valley College 6-3 200 Older brother is Buffalo Bills receiver Steve Johnson
Davion Orphey CB Compton, Calif., Santa Ana C.C. 6-0 187 Switched his commitment from BYU to Utah
Greg Reese TE Camden, N.J. Arizona Western C.C. 6-5 236 Solid player adds depth to a high-needs position
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