My first Utah State football recruit of the week will be going to Steele High (TX) running back Jaydon Bailey. Bailey helped Steele improve to 9-0 on the season while leading the Knights to a thrilling 38-36 overtime win over Judson High (TX). Bailey was a workhorse all night as he carried the ball 42  times and bullied his way to 212 yards and a whopping five touchdowns. Bailey looks to keep the Knights undefeated season alive Friday night when they take on Clemens High (TX).

My second Utah State Football recruit of the week will be going to Cerritos Community College (CA) running back Davon Booth. Booth helped Cerritos improve to 7-1 on the season while leading the Falcons to a 35-20 win over Palomar Community College (CA). Booth picked up 17 carries and raced for 175 yards and a touchdown while also adding three receptions for 20 yards. Booth looks to keep the Falcons winning ways intact this Saturday night when they take on Riverside Community College (CA).

I am also going to tack on a defensive recruit of the week. The deserving player this week is Navarro Community College (TX) defensive tackle Clifton Mosley Jr. He helped the Bulldogs improve to 5-3 on the season by defeating Cisco Community College (TX) 26-7. During the big win, Mosley Jr. racked up a staggering 12 tackles, including 8 solo tackles and 4 assists. Mosley Jr. looks to help the Bulldogs establish a winning streak this Saturday when they take on Tyler Community College (TX).