Utah picked up the quarterback it wanted for its 2014 class when Donovan Isom, a 6-foot-5 quarterback out of Destrehan, Louisiana, committed to the Utes following an unofficial visit this week.
He became Utah's target when Texas quarterback Aaron Sharp switched his commitment from Utah to Kansas State less than 24 hours after committing to the Utes.
Isom, a dual-threat quarterback, was recruited by Utah co-offensive coordinator Brian Johnson. He is the 10th player to commit to Utah for 2014.
- Lya Wodraska
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