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Washington State – Kenny Alfred, Gig Harbor, 6-3, 290, OL/DL; Brandon Gibson, Rogers (Puyallup) 6-2, 185, WR/DB; Shelton Danzy, Rainier Beach, 5-10, 190, DB/RB; Andy Largent, Shadle Park, 6-0, 180, WR; David Sari, Kelso, 5-11, 190, LB.

University of Washington – Ryan Perkins, North Thurston, 6-0, 190, P/K.

Oregon State – Tirrell Thompson, Battle Ground, 6-1, 200, RB/DB.

Stanford – Tavita Pritchard, Clover Park, 6-4, 175, QB.

Idaho – Josh Shaw, Lewis and Clark, 6-3, 232, DL; Live Zepada, Prosser, 6-5, 305, OL/DL.

Boise State – Taryn Sanders, Pasco, 6-0, 210, LB;

Eastern Washington – Makai Borden, Puyallup, 6-0, 203 RB/DB; Brynsen Brown, Emerald Ridge, 6-2, 220, DE/WR; Ryan Buenaflor, Anacortes, 6-1, 218, LB/RB; Aaron Cartwright, Mariner, 5-11, 185, DB/RB; Sean Rock, Kentwood, 6-4, 280, OL/DL; Derek Brown, North Central, 5-11, 205, RB/DB; Eric Clark, Clover Park, 5-0, 160, WR/DB; Brett Igbinoba, Cheney, 5-11, 190, RB/DB; Michael Land, Walla Walla, 6-5, 230, OL/DL; Nathan Overbay, W.F. West, 6-6, 220, TE/DE; Ryan Murphy, Gonzaga Prep, 6-4, 240, LB.

Montana – Tyler Pelluer, Skyline, 6-2, 210, LB/RB; Steve Rowe, Eastlake, 6-4, 210, DE/TE; Dan Girard, WV-Yakima, 6-5, 287, OL/DL.

Montana State – Connor Mawhinney, Bellevue, 6-2, 225, OL/DL; Isaiah Taito-Wily, Shelton, 6-0, 198, RB/DB.

Yale – Darius Dale, West Seattle, 6-3, 305, OL/DL.

Central Washington – Tyler Bender, Ellensburg, 6-1, 260, C/DL; Jason Curtis, Clarkston, 5-11, 6-0, QB; Robert Jackson, Wilson, 5-10, 180, RB; Brandon Kennedy, Gonzaga Prep, 5-9, 160, WR; Peter Leonard, Clarkston, 6-2, 175, WR/DB; Sean McNulty, White River, 6-0, 175, WR; Kyle Williams, Bellarmine Prep, 5-11, 180, DB; Jason Engelbrecht, Woodinville, 6-2, 235, OL/DL; Garrison Olson, Stanwood, 6-2, 225, DE/TE; Mike Yellam, Kennedy, 6-1, 205, LB/TE.

Western Washington – Richard Copsey, Camas, 5-9, 173, DB; Noah Jiles, Eisenhower, 6-1, 205, WR; Kyle Winkley, Black Hills, 6-2, 270, OL/DL; Dan Winter, North Thurston, 6-1, 235, LB; C.J. Green, Federal Way, 5-10, 185, RB/DB; Will Jackson, O’Dea, 6-2, 220, LB; Chris Miller, Mariner, 6-4, 260, C/DL; Cody Visser, Lynden, 6-1, 190, DB/RB.

Montana-Northern – Sterling Shearer, Burlington-Edison, 6-0, 200, LB/FB.

Adams State – Shea Thorstad, Stanwood, 6-1, 265, OL/DL.

Northwestern College (Iowa) – Jake Jansen, Oak Harbor, 6-3, 255, OL/DL.

BYU-Idaho – Jordan Munns, Southridge, 6-3, 250, C/DL.

Eastern Oregon – Jake Klingenberg, Walla Walla, 5-11, 215, FB/LB.

California Lutheran – Tommy Kadoya, Central Valley, 6-0, 211, LB.

Pacific Lutheran – Jorgen Gilbertson, Prosser, 6-2, 215, DB.

St. Olaf University – Sean Dawson, White River, 6-2, 240, DL/OL.

College of the Siskiyous – Kyle Webb, Kelso, 6-3, 260, OL/DL.

Dixie College (Utah) – Manny Mendoza, Evergreen, 6-2, 310, C/DL; Corey Slater, Liberty (Issaquah), 6-2, 210, QB; Faleaoga Faumi, Auburn, 6-4, 265, DE/TE.

Golden West College – Mark Iddins, Kamiak, 6-3, 190, QB.

Merced Junior College – Matt Saegesser, Hazen, 5-11, 215, RB/LB.

Others (undecided or attending non-football schools) – Richie Tri, Jackson, 6-1, 185, WR/DB Kyle Speed, Lakes, 5-10, 150, WR/DB. Cody Visser, Lynden, 6-1, 190, DB/RB. Tristan Felix, Lynden 5-11, 235, OL/DL Travis Nauta, Kentwood, 5-10, 200, RB/DB.

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