Utah State picked up a verbal commitment this afternoon from former University of Pittsburgh offensive lineman Trey Andersen. Andersen is a 6-foot-6 300-pound sophomore who will have two seasons of eligibility remaining. Andersen saw action in 21 games throughout his two-year career at Pittsburgh. Andersen is the older brother of current Aggie offensive lineman Teague. According to 247sports coming out of Lehi High (UT), he was rated as the 2,188th-best player nationally, the 75th-best tight end, and the 16th-best player in the state of Utah. He will be joining the Aggies for the 2024 season and sign his letter of intent during the early signing period that begins December 20th. Coming out of high school, Andersen originally held offers from byu, Eastern Washington, Montana State-Northern, Pittsburgh, and Weber State. Andersen is the third transfer portal addition for the Aggies and the twelfth commitment overall for the Aggies 2024 recruiting cycle, joining former university of utah linebacker Jadon Pearson, former University of Iowa quarterback Spencer Petras, and junior college additions Hutchinson CC (KS) cornerback Mason Edwards, Bulter CC (KS) EDGE rush end Marlin Dean, and Golden West CC (CA) safety Terrell Taylor, and high school commits Casteel High (AZ) offensive lineman Camden Jury, Helix High (CA) quarterback Ryland Jessee, Lehi High (UT) tight end Grayson Brousseau, Corner Canyon High (UT) wide receiver Tate Kjar, Mater Dei High (CA) linebacker Tanner Williams, and Mountain Ridge High (UT) offensive lineman Adam Hawkes.