Spanish Springs quarterback Hunter Fralick signed his letter of intent to play at Nevada on Wednesday.
"It's exciting, and it's everything I've ever wanted," Fralick told KOLO-TV.
Fralick was the Northern Player of the Year last season, and also the Sports Caravan Stud of the Year.
He was second in the North in passing yards, throwing for 1,800 yards and 11 touchdowns. He also ranked third overall in rushing yards, running for 900 yards and 13 more TD's, averaging about eight yards per carry.
Fralick gave his verbal commitment at the end of last school year, but that didn't stop several other schools, who tried to pry him away from the Wolf Pack leading up to signing day. He said it was Nevada all along.
"It was a combination of things. School-wise, I like what they had to offer. I want to major in Education and eventually become a school teacher and coach," Fralick said. "You know, it's great that they are my hometown team. The recruiting process was awesome. I feel like they did things the right way, and it just all kind of fell into place."
He also seems to be the perfect fit to run Nevada's vaunted Pistol Offense.
"It's an explosive offense, which as a quarterback, it's something that you look for. I think I can fit in with what they're trying to do, and if they mix it up, I can adapt fairly easy. I'm excited."