Utah State received a verbal commitment from former University of Oklahoma cornerback DJ Graham. Graham is a 6-foot-0 203-pound redshirt junior who will have two seasons of eligibility remaining. Graham missed the 2023 season with an injury and redshirted. In three seasons for the Sooners, Graham saw action in 28 games with 12 starts, racking up 72 tackles, 1.0 tackles-for-loss, 2 interceptions, 1 forced fumble, and 5 pass breakups. He will be joining the Aggies for the 2024 season and will enroll at Utah State in January. According to 247sports coming out of Keller Central High (TX), he was rated as the 459th-best player nationally, the 22nd-best athlete, and the 63rd-best player in the state of Texas. Graham originally held offers from, Arkansas, Baylor, Colorado, Georgia, Houston, Indiana, Kansas, Louisiana Tech, LSU, Miami (FL), Michigan, Missouri, Nebraska, Notre Dame, Ohio State, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, SMU, Texas Tech, Tulsa, utah, and Washington State. Graham is the ninth transfer portal signing for the Aggies and the twenty-second commitment/signing overall for the Aggies 2024 recruiting cycle, joining former university of utah linebacker Jadon Pearson, former University of Iowa quarterback Spencer Petras, former University of Pittsburgh offensive lineman Trey Andersen, former Baylor University offensive lineman George Maile, former Arizona State University linebacker Will Shaffer, former Oklahoma State University defensive tackle Ricky Lolohea, former Kent State defensive tackle Macy “Taz” Williams and former University of Buffalo linebacker Shaun Dolac. Junior college players Hutchinson CC (KS) cornerback Mason Edwards, Bulter CC (KS) EDGE rush end Marlin Dean, Golden West CC (CA) safety Terrell Taylor, Golden West CC (CA) safety Marquis Brown, East Central CC (MS) cornerback EJ Fisk, Navarro CC (TX) offensive lineman Jared Pele, Golden West CC (CA) defensive tackle Braydon Bailey and Fullerton CC (CA) EDGE rush end CJ Nesmith, and high school commits Casteel High (AZ) offensive lineman Camden Jury, Lehi High (UT) tight end Grayson Brousseau, Corner Canyon High (UT) wide receiver Tate Kjar, and Mater Dei High (CA) linebacker Tanner Williams.