Utah State has received a verbal commitment from byu linebacker Logan Pili. Pili made his official visit to campus over the weekend of May 19th. Pili is a 6-foot-1 225-pound redshirt freshman, who will join the Aggies in June for summer workouts. He has four seasons of eligibility remaining. During his lone season at byu, Pili was able to maintain his redshirt status by only playing in three games and recording 7 tackles. According to 247sports, coming out of Timpview High (UT), Pili was rated as the 1,975th-best player in the country, the 123rd-best safety in the country, and the 11th-best high school player in the State of Utah. He is the sixth transfer portal signing of the offseason, joining former Arizona State offensive tackle Ralph Frias, former Colorado cornerback Simeon Harris, former Bowling Green EDGE rush end Blaine Spires, former Wisconsin cornerback Al Ashford and former Oregon defensive tackle Sir Mells. At the time of his commitment, it is unclear how many offers Pili had received. Coming out of Timpview High, Pili originally held a firm early commitment to byu which caused several schools, including Utah State to back off recruiting him. I expect Pili to compete for a starting role in 2024 following the graduation of MJ Tafisi.