HIGH SCHOOL SENIORS (17)
S Desmond Banks, 6-3, 192, Cottonwood HS (Salt Lake City): Played wide receiver and defensive back at Cottonwood. As a senior, he had 24 total tackles, two interceptions and four passes defensed.
DL Zach Cable, 6-3, 235, Hazen HS (Renton, Wash.): As a senior, earned first-team all-Seamount League honors as a linebacker. The son of former Vandals player and head coach Tom Cable (now the offensive line coach with the Seattle Seahawks).
WR/P Trent Cowan, 6-3, 205, Union HS (Camas, Wash.): Caught 55 passes for 798 yards as a senior and carried the ball 25 times for 213 yards. As a punter, averaged nearly 40 yards per kick.
OL Nick Edenfield, 6-4, 280, Columbia HS (Nampa): Edenfield was a 2012 4A All-Idaho selection as well as an all-Southern Idaho Conference choice as a junior and senior.
DB Jordan Grabski, 6-0, 171, Southeast HS (Bradenton, Fla.): Teams Defensive Most Valuable Player, Special Teams Most Valuable Player and first-team all-Manatee County as a junior; missed most of his senior year with injury.
CB Armond Hawkins, 5-10, 175, Rancho Cucamonga (Calif.) HS: Had 54 total tackles, three interceptions, one sack, two forced fumbles and 14 passes defensed. He missed his junior season because of an injury.
LB Tony Lashley, 6-1, 233, Rockhurst HS (Kansas City, Mo.): Had 54 tackles and three sacks as a junior. Missed part of senior season with injury, and contributed to Rockhursts 9-3 record.
QB Matt Linehan, 6-3, 185, St. Marys HS (Orchard Lake, Mich.): Son of former Vandals quarterback Scott Linehan (now the offensive coordinator with the Detroit Lions), threw for 1,500 yards as he led team to the state championship game.
FB Tueni Luepamanu, 6-1, 263 Harriman (Utah) HS: Played quarterback, linebacker and punter, helping lead Harriman to an 8-3 record and Region 7 championship.
RB Richard Montgomery, 5-8, 180, Atlantic Coast HS (Jacksonville, Fla.): First player in school history to surpass the 1,000-yard rushing barrier, finishing senior season with 1,633 yards and 19 touchdowns.
WR/CB Rueben Mwehla, 5-10, 198, Bellevue (Wash.) HS: Named second team all-KingCo; played receiver and cornerback at Bellevue, which finished 14-0.
K/P Austin Rehkow, 6-3, 202, Central Valley HS (Veradale, Wash.): Booted a 67-yard field goal that broke an 83-year old state record and was an all-Greater Spokane League choice at kicker and punter.
WR Jacob Sannon, 5-11, 177, Southeast HS (Bradenton, Fla.): A Florida 5A all-state pick, had 730 yards on 43 catches, scoring 10 touchdowns; named conferences most outstanding offensive player.
RB Isaiah Saunders, 5-10, 216, Pleasant Grove HS (Elk Grove, Calif.): Led school with 1,383 yards on 259 carries with 16 touchdowns. Added 13 receptions for 129 yards.
DE Will Schmidt, 6-3, 215, ODea HS (Seattle): Played defensive end, receiver and punter. Earned first-team all-Metro League honors as a defensive end and punter for his senior season.
LB Kevin Shelton, 6-3, 247, Auburn (Wash.) HS: Had 70 tackles and 12 sacks, earned first-team all-South Puget Sound League honors on defense and honorable mention nod at tight end.
OL Brett Thompson, 6-5, 318, Minico HS (Rupert): A first-team 4A All-Idaho choice as a junior and as a senior. Helped team back-to-back Great Basin Conference championships and 15-5 record.
JUNIOR COLLEGE TRANSFERS (10)
* RB Jerell Brown, 6-0, 220, jr., College of San Mateo (Calif.): Ran 91 times for 428 yards and four touchdowns; scored 12 touchdowns as a freshman.
WR/DB Dezmon Epps, 5-10, 170, jr., San Francisco CC (Sacramento, Calif.): Led team with 31 carries for 329 yards and seven TDs as well as 20 receptions for 404 yards and two TDs. He returned punts and kickoffs and had 15 punt returns for 347 yards and six kickoff returns for 208 yards.
* LB Juan Martinez, 6-3, 235, jr., City College of San Francisco (Napa, Calif.): Had 38 tackles, one sack and 3.5 tackles for loss last season as a sophomore.
QB Joshua McCain, 6-2, 185, jr., DeAnza CC (San Jose, Calif.): Threw for 2,958 yards and 32 touchdowns, while completing 198-of-405 passes last season and was the NorCal Conference Offensive Player of the Year.
* LB Mark Millan, 6-1, 215, jr., Santa Ana College (Mission Viejo, Calif.): Registered 70 total tackles in addition to five sacks, 17.5 tackles for loss and forced three fumbles.
* QB Anthony Neyer, 6-2, 215, jr., Pierce College (Palm Desert, Calif.): Former walk-on at USC, completed 32-of-65 passes for 422 yards and two touchdowns last season.
* RB Kristoffer Olugbode, 5-9, 200, jr., City College of San Francisco (San Jose, Calif.): Rushed 270 times for 1,699 yards and scored 19 touchdowns last season.
CB Delency Parham, 5-11, 180, jr., Santa Barbara City College (Oakland, Calif.): Had two interceptions, knocked down 20 passes and had 46 tackles last season.
DL Anthony Rice, 6-2, 251, jr., Hartnell CC (Baltimore, Md.): Had 54 tackles, 6.5 sacks and 10.5 tackles for loss; earned first-team all-Coast Conference and first-team Region III all-California.
* LB Eric Tuipulotu, 5-11, 215, jr., College of San Mateo (Menlo Park, Calif.): Had 59 tackles, 2.5 sacks and broke up four passes last season.
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