Utah State has signed Palomar Community College (CA) safety Devin Dye. Dye was in Logan on his official visit over the weekend from the 6th to the 8th and chose to make it official Sunday night. Dye is a 6 foot 1 185-pound sophomore and will join the Aggies in a couple of weeks and participate in spring football. He will have three seasons of eligibility remaining. Dye spent the 2022 season at Palomar Community College and racked up 59 tackles, 2.0 tackles-for-loss, 2 interceptions, and broke up a pass. Dye did start the first three games of the 2021 campaign but was lost for the season with an injury and received a medical redshirt. According to 247sports, coming out of Cathedral Catholic High School (CA), Dye was rated as the 169th-best linebacker in the country and the 316th-best player in the State of California. He is the eleventh junior college signing and the twenty-fifth overall signing for the Aggies during the 2023 recruiting cycle. At the time of his signing, Dye held offers from Akron, Austin Peay, Bryant, Eastern Illinois, Idaho State, Missouri State, Northern Arizona, Old Dominion, Stephen F. Austin, Southwest Minnesota State, Tennessee State, Tennessee-Martin, UNLV, and UTEP. His father Jermaine spent 13 very productive years in Major League Baseball as an outfielder for a handful of teams. Dye wrapped up his career at Palomar by helping the Comets go 5 and 5.