Utah secured a big-time piece on Monday, landing a transfer wide receiver with a 1,000-yard season to his credit out of the portal.

The program confirmed a commitment from Dorian Singer, an All-Pac-12 performer with stops at Arizona and USC throughout his career. Though he underwhelmed while with the Trojans in 2023, he was a dynamic performer during a two-year stint at Arizona.

This past season, Singer appeared in all 13 games for USC, including the bowl game against Louisville. He finished the year with 24 catches for 289 yards and 3 touchdowns with the Trojans.

By far Singer’s best season came in 2022 when he led Arizona with 1,105 yards. During that All-Pac-12 season, Singer finished second on the Wildcats with 66 catches and third on the team with 6 receiving touchdowns. For his career, Singer has 108 career catches with 1,695 yards and 9 touchdowns.

This past season, Devaughn Vele led the Utes with 43 catches for 593 receiving yards. While some of that is likely related to struggles at quarterback, Singer has a chance to be a difference-maker if he can recapture the form he displayed at Arizona.