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Up in Logan, new Utah State football coach Matt Wells has gotten his first two letters of intent - both from recruits who drew serious consideration from the Pac-12.

Tyshon Mosley, a 6-foot-5, 305-pound lineman is the local recruit from Jordan. A mountainous blocker and athlete, Mosley committed early and stayed true to the Aggies. Mosley saw some late involvement from Washington, and has the look of a possible early impact prospect for Utah State. He was a key component of a Beetdigger line that helped rush for 3,600 yards.

Myron Turner was a different situation, cut loose by Washington State in the recruiting process. Utah State pounced on the safety from DeSoto High in Texas, hopeful that he can become a playmaker for the Aggies.

Said Turner after his visit to Logan: "It seems like it's just a big family, everybody's comfortable out here."

- Kyle Goon

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