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Due to lose senior wideouts Kenneth Scott and Tim Patrick, Utah received a pledge Saturday from one of the more sought-after downfield threats in the 2016 junior college class, Chaffey College's Alec Dana.

After graduating from Rancho Cucamonga High, Dana originally went to College of the Desert and then transferred to Chaffey College, where the 6-foot-4, 190-pounder caught 39 passes for 543 yards and three touchdowns last season.

He's rated three stars by Rivals, which lists offers from Colorado State and Washington State.

We'll update this story when possible.

In the meantime, watch Dana's highlights here.

Below are links to the committed recruits that The Tribune has reported on.



— Matthew Piper

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