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College football: Signing Day Central
Football recruiting » Continuous signing day updates right here throughout the day
First Published Feb 06 2013 07:24 am • Last Updated Feb 06 2013 11:36 pm

National football signing day is here.

Whether you’re tracking your local high school’s recruits, or signing classes for Utah, Brigham Young, Utah State, Weber State or Southern Utah, we will have continuous updates here all day.

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Signing day lists, by school, below. Newest updates at the top:

Utah State University

Some Utah State fans were worried that Gary Andersen might swipe some of their talent over at Wisconsin.

The school they should’ve feared? Oklahoma State.

Three of the Aggies’ top recruits — running back Rennie Childs, lineman Ofa Hautau and lineman Vili Leveni — eventually were claimed by the Cowboys. All of them committed in the last few weeks, with Hautau and Leveni choosing Oklahoma State in the past few days.

Matt and Luke Wells are Oklahoma natives, and Luke Wells was a Sooner. So the Cowboys never have been too popular anyway for the family.

— Kyle Goon


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Southern Utah University

Jordan High School defensive lineman Zach Larsen tops the list of seven in-state football players who have signed Wednesday to play at Southern Utah.

Larsen was a Salt Lake Tribune 5-A first-team all-state selection as a senior with the Beetdiggers.

Among Southern Utah’s other early signees is Ty Rutledge of Desert Hills High in St. George. Recruited by the Thunderbirds as an athlete, he was a Tribune Class 3A first-team all-state selection as a quarterback.

The group of SUU recruits also includes offensive lineman Josh Anderson (Desert Hills), linebacker Pat Baker (South Sevier), defensive lineman Wesley Kauvaka (Pine View), linebacker Mafua Vailolo (woods Cross)and defensive lineman Mason Woodward (Syracuse).

— Steve Luhm

Brigham Young University

BYU had not one, but two surprise signings on Wednesday from the junior college ranks.

Shortly after announcing it had signed Tim Duran of Cabrillo College in California, BYU said it received a national letter of intent from Edward Fusi, an offensive lineman from Mount San Antonio Community College.

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