Signing day: More than 2 dozen Northern Utah preps announce college football decisions | News, Sports, Jobs

Signing day: More than 2 dozen Northern Utah preps announce college football decisions | News, Sports, Jobs

ISAAC FISHER, special to standard examiner

Syracuse’s Brevin Hamblin (4) heads the ball as defensemen Davis Cam Wilson (44) and McCoy Frasure (36) converge during a Region 1 football game Friday, Sept. 16, 2022 in Syracuse. (ISAAC FISHER, special to standard examiner)

More than two dozen Northern Utah prep football players have announced their future college football destinations.

They are listed below in alphabetical order by last name. The list includes those who signed or announced their intention to sign on Wednesday, including those who signed in early December.

If there is a name that should be on this list, please email [email protected] with the details.

Note: Please see the Standard Examiner’s Weber State signing day coverage to find the full list of local prep players who have committed to WSU.


Calvert, a receiver and tight end, accepted a walk-in offer at Utah State. Calvert caught 32 passes for 402 yards and a touchdown last season.


Carter, a quarterback, signed with Eastern Washington University in December. Carter has thrown for 1,563 yards, 15 touchdowns and seven interceptions in eight games this year.


Hamblin signed with Utah Tech University. At safety, Hamblin intercepted six passes this year with 31 tackles and helped lead Syracuse to an undefeated Region 1 championship.

Hamblin had offers from Weber State, Air Force, Idaho State and a walk-in offer from BYU.


Hansen, a linebacker, signed with Utah Tech in December. Hansen had 100 total tackles with 13 tackles for loss and 10.5 sacks last season.


Hellmann, a Weber High alum, signed with Utah State to play offensive line. He spent last season at the College of San Mateo in California.


Jacobs signed a scholarship offer with the United States Naval Academy. At quarterback, Jacobs threw for 1,851 yards with 19 touchdowns and 13 interceptions, and rushed for 1,003 yards with 11 touchdowns last season.

JED JUDKINS, Farmington

Judkins, a linebacker and defensive end, has accepted a walk-in offer at Utah State. Judkins had 12.5 sacks, 8.5 tackles for the loss, six blocked punts and two defensive touchdowns.

SCOTT NOEL, Viewmont

Noel accepted a walk-in offer at the University of Utah. He caught 32 passes for 665 yards and nine touchdowns last season.

E’ANGELO NU’EZ, Ben Lomond

Nuñez, a linebacker, signed with Lewis-Clark State College (Lewiston, Idaho). He made 43 tackles on defense, according to MaxPreps.

MASON OBRAY, Northridge

Obray, a defensive back and kick returner, signed with Utah Tech in December. Obray had 671 return yards with a punt return touchdown, a fumble return touchdown and a receiving touchdown.


Savage, a safety, signed with Culver-Stockton College (Canton, Missouri) and had 61 tackles including four for loss and three interceptions last season.


The following Layton Christian players are heading to the following schools, although the scholarship or visitation status of all players is unclear based on the information provided. They are:

Tevita Pome’e (Oregon), Jessaia Giatras-Moala (Louisiana Monroe), Malik Johnson (State Weber), Zoram Petelo (Hawai’i), Matthew Bailiff (Hawai’i), Freddy Fa (Snow College), Micah Elliss ( Snow College), Aiden Koski (University of Ottawa), Jose Ribeiro (Pace University), Manu Vaitaki (New Mexico Military Institute), Ilai Tagidugu (Adrian College), Seisoni Felila (Adrian College), Ikani Taemoefolau (Adrian College) and Eli Thompson (Willamette University).

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