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Late Friday night, we told you that Utah had received commitments from two coveted targets at Friday's satellite camp in Rancho Cucamonga: 2016 wideout/linebacker Davir Hamilton AND running back Daevon Vigilant. That was based on solid information.
Then, Saturday morning, Hamilton had yet to reference a commitment on Twitter (instead tweeting, "Taking all 5 of my trips"), and Vigilant told The Tribune that his recruitment is still open, and he wants to be 100 percent committed before he makes an announcement. He thought Hamilton was in the same boat.
Just as soon as we updated this blog to reflect Hamilton's apparent non-commitment, he tweeted that he, in fact, HAD committed.
So resume your rejoicing, Utah fans.
Hamilton, who plays for Los Angeles' Verbum Dei, holds offers from a handful of Pac-12 schools, including hometown UCLA.
Vigilant is no slouch, either, reported by Rivals to include Michigan among his suitors.
Vigilant said he enjoyed an unofficial visit he took to the U. and that Utah still has a good shot with him.
Click here for highlights of the two-way Downey High star, whom Utah sees as a future running back.
We'll update this story as we find out more, so check back.
Below are links to the recruits that the Tribune has reported on in the 2016 class.