Utah State picked up a verbal commitment this evening from Hillcrest High School (ID) power forward Isaac Davis. Davis is a 6-foot-7 250-pound high school senior. He will join the Aggies for the 2024-25 season. Davis had a stellar prep career for the Knights averaging 16.1 points per game while shooting 67.0% from the field, 28.0% from behind the three-point line, and 68.0% at the free-throw stripe. He also pulled in 7.9 rebounds, handed out 2.6 assists, swiped 1.0 steals and 0.9 blocks per game as a senior. For his strong performance last season, Davis earned a 4-A First-Team All-State nod. According to 247sports, Davis was rated as the 116th-best player nationally, the 26th-best power forward, and the number one player in the State of Idaho. Davis originally signed with byu in November but when then-head coach mark pope moved on to the University of Kentucky, Davis’ National Letter of Intent was able to be nullified. Davis initially received offers from byu, Idaho State, Montana, Southern Utah, Utah State, Virginia Commonwealth, and Washington State. Davis is the sixth commitment of the Jerrod Calhoun era at Utah State joining Queens University of Charlotte combo guard Deyton Albury, Stetson University center Aubin Gateretse, Utah Valley University point guard Drake Allen, University of Central Arkansas WING Tucker Anderson, and Southern Utah University point guard Braden Housley.