(Editor’s note: Montana Grizzly athletics release)

MISSOULA — Montana Head Coach Bobby Hauck unveiled the incoming Griz football class of 2018 in its entirety on Wednesday, his first signing class since returning to UM in November.

The Grizzlies added 26 new student-athletes to the roster, signing 15 players during the early signing period in December, and adding another 11 on National Signing Day.

Of those 26, exactly half (13) hail from Montana, with four coming from Kalispell’s Glacier Wolfpack, coached by former Griz Grady Bennett.

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Three more from the class will stay in their hometown of Missoula, reflecting the importance that Hauck has placed on in-state talent.

“We are very excited about this class, and I think our coaches did a great job putting it together,” said Hauck. “We have a lot of Montana kids, a lot of size, and big frame guys. It was a good haul for us, and would lend you to say the future is bright for Grizzly football.”

The class also has a family feel to it, with Hauck’s son Robby joining the program from Northern Arizona, and Offensive Line Coach Chad Germer’s son Nick also following in his father’s footsteps as member of the team.

While the class is Montana-heavy, signees have joined from as far away as Pennsylvania and Southern California. The class leans more towards the offensive side, bringing in 16 players on that side of the ball, including six offensive linemen and three projected tight ends.

Defensive coordinator Kent Baer’s defense adds nine players and one punter will also join.

2018 Grizzly Signing Class

Name                         Pos.       Ht.       Wt.      Hometown (Previous School)

Eli Alford                    DT         6-1       280      Park City, Utah (Air Force Prep/Park City HS)
Sean Anderson           OL         6-7       305      Litchfield Park, Ariz. (Verrado HS)
Lorenzo Brown          DE         6-4       230      Las Vegas, Nev. (Desert Pines HS)
Colten Curry              TE          6-7       210      Valier, Mont. (Valier HS)
Adam Eastwood         RB         6-1       215      Del Mar, Calif. (San Diego State/Cathedral Catholic HS)
Nathaniel Ferguson   P            6-1       210      Butte, Mont. (Butte HS)
Nash Fouch                S            6-2       190      Woodinville, Wash. (Woodinville HS)
Tyler Ganoung           OL         6-5       320      Hillsboro, Ore. (Sunset HS)
Nick Germer              WR        6-2       180      Missoula, Mont. (Sentinel HS)
Garrett Graves           QB         6-3       190      Eureka, Mont. (Lincoln County HS)
Cole Grossman          TE          6-4       205      Vancouver, Wash. (Skyview HS)
Alex Gubner               DT         6-3       295      West Hills, Calif. (Chaminade Prep)
Cody Hartsoch           OL         6-5       260      Kalispell, Mont. (Glacier HS)
Robby Hauck             S            5-10     170      San Diego, Calif. (Northern Arizona/Del
Norte HS)
Levi Janacaro             FB          6-0       220      Missoula, Mont. (Big Sky HS)
David Koppang           S            6-0       195      Missoula, Mont. (Loyola Sacred Heart HS)
Milton Mamula         DE         6-3       220      Newtown Square, Penn. (Episcopal Academy HS)
Max Morris                TE          6-4       230      Kalispell, Mont. (Glacier HS)
Jackson Pepe             S            6-0       200      Kalispell, Mont. (Glacier HS)
Conor Quick               OL         6-3       275      Helena, Mont. (Capital HS)
Gavin Robertson        S            6-2       215      Auburn, Wash. (Arizona/Auburn Mountainview HS)
Cole Sain                    OL         6-4       290      Bellflower, Calif. (St. John Bosco HS)
Dalton Sneed             QB         6-1       200      Scottsdale, Ariz. (UNLV/Fort Scott CC)
Gabe Sulser               WR        5-9       160      Billings, Mont. (Senior HS)
Drew Turner              RB         6-0       200      Kalispell, Mont. (Glacier HS)
Trevor Welnel            OL         6-4       240      Helena, Mont. (Capital HS)

Class Size: 26

State Breakdown: Montana 13, California 4, Washington 3, Arizona 2, Utah 1, Pennsylvania 1, Oregon 1, Nevada 1

Position Breakdown: QB 2, OL 6, TE 3, WR 2, RB 2, FB 1, DT, 2, DE 2, S 5, P 1,

Class of 2018 Bios

Eli Alford, DT, 6-1, 280, Park City, Utah (Park City HS/Air Force Prep)

2018: Alford has enrolled at UM and will join the team for spring drills.

High School: A two star prospect by Scout and 247Sports at Air Force Prep and Park City High prior to that… Was also recruited by Air Force, Utah and Utah State… Recorded 51 tackles, nine sacks and forced three fumbles in his final year at Park City High. Second-team 3A All-State selection as a defensive lineman by the Salt Lake Tribune. … Regional champion and state runner-up in shot put and regional runner-up in discus in track. Also threw javelin.

Personal: His father, the late Aaron Alford, coached at Southern Utah, Western Illinois, Wyoming, Akron and Utah… Uncle is Coach Tony Alford, the assistant head coach and running backs coach at The Ohio State University.

Sean Anderson, OL, 6-7, 305, Litchfield Park, Ariz. (Verrado HS)

2018: Anderson will enroll at the University of Montana as a true freshman in the fall of 2018.

High School: A three-time letterwinner in football at Verrado High School under coach Tom Ward… Also a two-time letterman in track… First team All-State 2017… First team All-Region in 2016 and 2017… Honorable mention Academic All-State in 2016… Named player of the game three times.

Personal: Plans to major in finance at UM… Parents are Kim and Art Tomlinson of Litchfield Park, Ariz.

Lorenzo Brown, DE, 6-4, 230, Las Vegas, Nev. (Desert Pines HS)

2018: Brown will enroll at the University of Montana as a true freshman in the fall of 2018.

High School: Three-time letterman in football and two-time basketball letterman at Desert Pines High School… Named team captain in both football and basketball his senior season… Two-time state, region and division football champion… State basketball champion in 2017… Two-time All-State honoree… Played football under head coach Tico Rodriquez… Named Southern Nevada lineman of the year in 2017… Posted 11 sacks, 81 tackles, 20 tackles for loss and two forced fumbles his senior year.

Personal: Born in Chicago, Ill… Parents are Lorenzo Brown and Charkita Moore

Colten Curry, TE, 6-7, 210, Valier, Mont. (Valier HS)

2018: Curry will enroll at the University of Montana as a true freshman in the fall of 2018.

High School: Four-time letterwinner in football and a three-time letterwinner in basketball and track at Valier High School (to date)… Named to the USA U-18 national football team in December to play in the International Bowl… Named football team captain and offensive MVP as a senior… Also named team captain as a junior in 2016… Two-time conference football champion… 2017 All-State and two-time All-Conference selection in football… Named basketball All-State and All-Conference selection… two-time All-State performer in track… 100 meters PR of 11.22 in track… High jump PR of 6-2 at District 10-C meet… Northern C divisional track champion in 4×100 relay with a time of 45.84… A 2018 USA Football U-18 International Bowl Selection… Caught 45 passes for 742 yards and 13 touchdowns his senior season… Rushed 25 times for 191 yards and 5 touchdowns… Also recorded 37 tackles, nine interceptions, one pick-six, one forced fumble, one fumble recovery and a sack as a safety

Personal: Parents are Scott and Shawna Curry of Valier… Father Scott played on Montana’s offensive line from 1994-1998 before being selected in the sixth round of the NFL draft by the Green Bay Packers… Enjoys snowboarding, hunting, fishing, and kayaking… Plans on studying business at UM.

Adam Eastwood, RB, 6-1, 215, Del Mar, Calif. (San Diego State/Cathedral Catholic HS)

2018: Eastwood has enrolled in classes at UM and will join the Grizzlies for spring ball.

2017 – San Diego State: Was a redshirt. Recruited to SDSU by Coach Hauck.

High School: Three-time letterman at Cathedral Catholic High School under prep coach Sean Doyle…Rushed for 2015 yards, 25 touchdowns, 180 reception yards and 1 receiving touchdown through high school career… Won state championship in 2016 of senior year.

Nathaniel Ferguson, P, 6-1, 210, Butte, Mont. (Butte HS)

2018: Ferguson will enroll at the University of Montana as a true freshman in the fall of 2018.

High School: Three-time letterman at Butte High School under prep coach Aire Grey… Three-time letterman in basketball… Two-time letterman in track… Received first letter in swimming his senior year… Named Butte High special teams player of the year in 2015… 2nd team All-Conference as a punter junior year 2016… Honorable mention All-State punter junior year 2016… 35-40 PAT (.875) and 9-14 (42 long) FG’s throughout high school career… 64 punts, 2,298 yards, Avg. 35.9 yards, long of 67 yards and 13 punts downed inside of 20 (.203) throughout high school career… As a receiver: 32 catches for 425 total yards and three touchdowns.

Personal: Parents are David Ferguson, B.A., M.A. (UM 1993) and Tina Morin, B.A., J.D. (UM 1992)… Cousin, Casey Cable, played tennis at UM (2007-2008)…Fourth generation University of Montana family… Trains with Colt Anderson in the off season… Participated 2 years in Big Brothers, Big Sisters program at Butte High School… Volunteers at Arlee Children’s Church… Hobbies include fishing, hunting and collecting music and shoes… Plans to major in creative writing and wants to attend law school at UM.

Nash Fouch, S, 6-2, 190, Woodinville, Wash. (Woodinville HS)

2018: Fouch will enroll at the University of Montana as a true freshman in the fall of 2018.

High School: Four-time letterman at Woodinville High School under prep coach Wayne Maxwell… A three-star prospect according to 247Sports… Conference champion in 2016 and 2017…. 4-A State runner-up in 2017… 2017 Woodinville Team MVP… Two-time first team All-State and All-Area… 2017 All-State game nominee… Made 80 tackles at safety and caught 12 interceptions… Returned three touchdowns on special teams with 720 return yards… Caught 130 passes for 1,702 yards and 23 touchdowns as a wide receiver… Also received offers from Montana State, Eastern Washington, Idaho, Northern Iowa, Cornell, and Air Force.

Personal: Older brother Nick is a wide receiver on the Grizzly football team… Parents are Toby and Katrina Fouch of Woodinville, Wash…. Was once nationally ranked in the video game Battlefront… Can’t whistle… Plans to major in business and kinesiology at UM… Goal to become an athletic trainer…. Name pronounced Fowch (like couch).

Tyler Ganoung, OL, 6-5, 320, Hillsboro, Ore. (Sunset HS)

2018: Ganoung will enroll at the University of Montana as a true freshman in the fall of 2018.

High School: Three-time letterwinner in football… Also a letterwinner in wrestling… Won team captain’s award as a freshman… Second team All-6A Metro League as a senior… Honorable mention for All-6A Metro League as sophomore and junior… Started every varsity game sophomore through senior year… Prep coach was Damien Merrick.

Personal: Plans to pursue a degree in criminal law at Montana… Parents are Cary and Kristi Ganoung of Vancouver, Wash…. Also trained in boxing and jujitsu… Last name pronounced: Gan-NUNG

Nick Germer, WR, 6-2, 180, Missoula, Mont. (Sentinel HS)

2018: Germer will enroll at the University of Montana as a true freshman in the fall of 2018.

High School: Three-time letterwinner in football and basketball at Missoula Sentinel… Played under head coach and former Griz wide receiver Dane Oliver… Class AA All-State selection as junior and senior… Named offensive team MVP as a senior… Named team captain as a senior… Caught 55 passes for 861 yards and eight touchdowns as a senior.

Personal: Parents are Amy and Chad Germer of Missoula… Father Chad is the offensive line coach and former All-American center at Montana… Plans to major in business at UM.

Garrett Graves, QB, 6-3, 190, Eureka, Mont. (Lincoln County HS)

2018: Graves will enroll at the University of Montana as a true freshman in the fall of 2018.

High School: Four-time letterwinner in football, wrestling and track at Lincoln County High School… A two-time state champion in football… Also a state champion wrestler, undefeated at 182 lbs… Two-time All-State selection in football and wrestling… Threw for 42 touchdowns his senior season… Team averaged more than 44 points per game his senior season… Pulled in six interceptions on defense as well… Team captain for three years in wrestling and two years in football… Also named Most Valuable Athlete in track… No. 1 rated QB in the state of Montana by MaxPreps… Played prep football under coach Trevor Utter.

Personal: Plans to study business and sports marketing at UM… Parents are Joel and Leslie Graves of Eureka.

Cole Grossman, TE, 6-4, 205, Vancouver, Wash. (Skyview HS)

2018: Grossman will enroll at the University of Montana as a true freshman in the fall of 2018…

High School: Picked up offers from Hawaii, Wyoming, Portland State and Montana… Junior and senior year of high school career accounted for 831 receiving yards, 56 receptions and 6 total touchdowns according to Max Preps… A two-star rated player by 247 Sports… Also plays basketball, and is team captain.

Alex Gubner, DT, 6-3, 295, West Hills, Calif. (Chaminade Prep)

2018: Gubner will enroll at the University of Montana as a true freshman in the fall of 2018.

High School: Received offer from Stephen F. Austin and received interest from Boise State, Fresno State and Massachusetts… Two year letterman in football… One year letterman in track and field… Won lineman of the year award senior year… Mission League Champions senior year, overall record of 9-3 and ranked a top 20 team in the country by Max Preps for six weeks straight… First team All-Conference and first team All-Area senior year… 10 sacks, 16 tfl and 70 tackles senior year.

Personal: Parents are Steve and Laura Gubner… Aspires to be a businessman and lawyer.

Cody Hartsoch, OL, 6-5, 260, Kalispell, Mont. (Glacier HS)

2018: Hartsoch will enroll at the University of Montana as a true freshman in the fall of 2018

High School: Second team all-state accolades senior year 2017… Also named first team all-conference at offensive tackle…  Was named game captain for Glacier High in his first game as a senior… Also named offensive line Player of the Week for the Wolfpack on Sept. 1 his senior season… Was a state runner-up with the Wolfpack in 2016

Robby Hauck, S, 5-10, 170, San Diego, Calif. (Northern Arizona/Del Norte HS)

2018: Hauck has enrolled in classes at UM and will join the program for spring drills

2017 – at NAU: Was a redshirt

High School: Competed at Del Norte under head coach Pat Coleman… Spent his first-two seasons at Coronado High School… Set school records for tackles and led the league and division… Finished third in the state in tackles… Was a four-time team MVP…Also competed in basketball, where he was a two-time Defensive MVP

Personal: Parents are Bobby and Stacy Hauck of Missoula… Father Bobby Hauck is the head coach for the University of Montana football team… Uncle Tim Hauck played in the secondary for Montana and earned All-American accolades in 1988 and 1989 and is currently the safeties coach for the Super Bowl Champion Philadelphia Eagles.

Levi Janacaro, FB, 6-0, 220, Missoula, Mont. (Big Sky HS)

2018: Janacaro will enroll at the University of Montana as a true freshman in the fall of 2018.

High School: Three-time letterwinner in football at Missoula Big Sky… Also a four-time letterwinner in track and earned one letter in basketball (to date)… Team captain in football and basketball… Offensive team MVP junior year… Team MVP senior year… First team All-State at QB and Western Conference Offensive MVP senior year… Second team All-State at QB as a junior… All-Conference honorable mention at QB as a sophomore… Rushed for 1,952 yards and 29 touchdowns, and passed for 1,343 yards and 10 touchdowns as a senior… Rushed for over 4,000 yards and passed for over 7,000 yards in his career as a three-year varsity player… Played under head coach Matt Johnson at Big Sky.

Personal: Plans to major in business at UM… Parents are Bill and Michaele Janacaro of Missoula.

David Koppang, S, 6-0, 195, Missoula, Mont. (Loyola Sacred Heart HS)

2018: Koppang will enroll at the University of Montana as a true freshman in the fall of 2018.

High School: Four-year letterman for football… Three-year letterman in basketball and track… Football team captain for three years… Team captain in basketball for two years… Received “freshman of the year” for football his freshman season… Conference champion in football freshman and senior year… State runner up in football senior season 2016-17… All-conference receiver in 2016… All-conference receiver, safety, punt returner and punter senior season of 2017…All State as a senior 2017… All State in track as a senior 2017… 58 catches for 1,094 yards as a senior… 13 receiving touchdowns and 1 punt return touchdown as a senior… 68 tackles and 6 interceptions as a cornerback in his senior season… Football team captain for three years…

Personal: Parents are Chris and Hallie Koppang…Father, Chris Koppang, played special teams and linebacker for the University of Montana from 1992-1993… Favorite food is lasagna… Sister Sydney Koppang plays basketball at Loyola Sacred Heart.

Milton Mamula, DE, 6-3, 220, Newtown Square, Penn. (Episcopal Academy HS)

2018: Mamula will enroll at the University of Montana as a true freshman in the fall of 2018.

High School: Picked up offers from Sacred Heart, Saint Francis (PA.) and had a preferred walk-on spot at Michigan.

Personal: Father Mike Mamula played college football for Boston College (1991-1994) and was All-Big East his senior year 1994… Mike Mamula was selected 7th overall in the 1995 NFL Draft by the Philadelphia Eagles as a DE/LB

Max Morris, TE, 6-4, 230, Kalispell, Mont. (Glacier HS)

2018: Morris will enroll at the University of Montana as a true freshman in the fall of 2018.

High School: Three-year letterman in football and one-year letterwinner in basketball… Class AA All-State Honorable Mention as a senior… Second team All-Conference senior year… Two-time Academic All-State in 2015 and 2017… 16 catches for 177 yards and two touchdowns as a senior… Played high school football under Glacier head coach and former Griz QB Grady Bennett.

Personal: Plans on studying journalism at UM and hopes to one day work for National Geographic… Parents are Brian Morris and Cherche Prezeau of Helena.

Jackson Pepe, S, 6-0, 200, Kalispell, Mont. (Glacier HS)

2018: Pepe will enroll at the University of Montana as a true freshman in the fall of 2018.

High School: A three-time letterman in football and two-time letterman (to date) in track… Named captain of his football team as both a junior and senior… Three appearances in AA state playoffs… All-State honorable mention and Western All-Conference selection at safety as a senior… First team All-State punter and returner and second team All-State safety as a junior, also an honorable mention kick returner.

Personal: Plans to major in business at UM… Parents are John and Tonia Pepe of Kalispell… Enjoys spending time outdoors… Hopes to one day own his own business… Pronounced “PEP-y”

Conor Quick, OL, 6-3, 275, Helena, Mont. (Capital HS)

2018: Quick will enroll at the University of Montana as a true freshman in the fall of 2018.

High School: Four-time football and track letterman… Also lettered in wrestling as a junior… Named football team captain as a senior and freshman… A JV basketball captain as a sophomore… Track captain in 2017 and finished 5th at state in the shot put as a junior… Four-time academic All-State… Second team All-State as a center in 2017… First-team All-State at guard as a junior… Registered 102 career pancake blocks, averaging 3.1 per-game… On defense, logged 101 solo and 109 total tackles, one sack, one forced fumble, and one blocked kick… Played under head coach Kyle Mihelish at Helena Capital… Will participate in the annual Montana East-West Shrine game.

Personal: Plans to study biology at UM with a minor in zoology and pursue a career in wildlife biology… Parents are Dave and Becky Quick of Helena… An avid outdoorsman.

Gavin Robertson, S, 6-1, 210, Auburn, Wash. (Arizona/Auburn Mountainview HS)

2018: Has enrolled at UM and will join the team for spring drills.

2017 – at Arizona: In the spring of 2017 Robertson moved from safety to linebacker and saw significant snaps with first and second team… In three games of action for the Wildcats, logged two tackles and one pass breakup.

2016 – at Arizona: Was a redshirt

High School: Rated a three-star recruit by Scout.com, Rivals.com and 247 Sports… ESPN ranked him three stars and No. 52 safety … First team all-state, first team All-SPSL WR and DB… Seattle Times All-Star Team … Also played baseball and ran track…. Other offers included Hawaii, New Mexico, Wyoming, Idaho and Eastern Washington.

Personal: Son of Gavin Robertson Sr., and LaShanda Denmark…Father played football at Hawaii…Has two sisters, Janea and RaKayla…Undecided on a major… High school teammates with Grizzly quarterback Gresch Jensen.

Cole Sain, OL, 6-4, 286, Bellflower, Calif. (St. John Bosco HS)

2018: Sain will enroll at the University of Montana as a true freshman in the fall of 2018.

High School: Three-year letterman varsity football… Rated a three star recruit by 24/7 sports… Picked up offers from Air Force and Portland State… In his senior season at St. John Bosco high school, his team was ranked third nationally by Max Preps… Played the top ranked high school football team Mater Dei, according to Max Preps, for the Southern Section Division 1 championship game.

Personal: Father, John Sain, played for Montana State in the 1980’s and received second-team All-Big sky honors as an offensive lineman in 1987… Uncle, Mike Sain, also played for Montana State during the same time as his dad… Mother is Jennifer Sain.

Dalton Sneed, QB, 6-1, 200, Scottsdale, Ariz. (Fort Scott CC/UNLV)

2018: Sneed will join the team for spring drills and will be a junior in the 2018 season.

2017 – Fort Scott CC: Transferred to Fort Scott Community College in Kansas… Played in eight games for the Greyhounds… Threw for 1,257 yards and seven touchdowns, completing 136 passes in 231 attempts, over a 63 percent average… Rushed for 295 yards on 79 attempts with a long of 42 yards… All-KJCCC honorable mention.

2016 – UNLV: Started six games for the Rebels as a redshirt freshman… Broke a UNLV school and Sam Boyd Stadium record with a 91-yard touchdown run – the longest offensive play in Rebel history – narrowly avoiding being sacked in the end zone for a safety… Posted the second-most total offensive yards on the team that season, passing for 632 yards and rushing for 348 more for a total of 980 total yards in nine games, an average of 108.9 per game… Completed 39 passes on 88 attempts with two interceptions… Passed for five touchdowns with QB efficiency of 118.85… Posted a career high day against Hawai’i, going 19-27-0 passing for 279 yards with two scores.

2015 – UNLV: Redshirt season

High School: A three-year letterwinner at Horizon HS under coach Kris Heavner … Ranked as a three-star recruit by both 247Sports and ESPN … Listed as the No. 79 pro-style QB and No. 28 overall recruit from his state in the 247Sports composite rankings… Earned All-State Division I honorable mention as a senior and an All-State Division I first team selection as a junior … Passed for 3,565 yards and 28 touchdowns and rushed for 984 yards and 14 touchdowns as a senior … Threw for 3,740 yards and 44 touchdowns as a junior … Also a two-year letterwinner on the baseball team.

Personal: Parents are Mike and Tracey Sneed of Scottsdale, Ariz. … Has two sisters, Tori and Riley … Uncle Taber LeMarr played football at Wyoming and the University of San Diego … Will major in journalism.

Gabe Sulser, WR, 5-9, 160, Billings, Mont. (Senior HS)

2018: Sulser will enroll at the University of Montana as a true freshman in the fall of 2018.

High School: Four-time letterman in football and three-time (to date) letterman in track… 2017 Montana Gatorade Football Player of the Year… 2017 Class AA state offensive MVP… Three-time All-State first team wide receiver… Two-time first team All-State cornerback… Two-time first team All-State kick returner… Two-time football state champion… Two-time football team captain and track captain… Overall career football record of 43-7 at Billings Senior under head coach Chris Murdock… 80 career touchdowns… 50 career touchdown catches (MT all-class record)… 4,007 career receiving yards (MT all-class record)… 261 career pass receptions (MT all-class record)… 2015 110m hurdles state champion in track with a time of 14.24.

Personal: Plans on studying physical therapy at UM… Parents are Mark and Jody Sulser of Billings… Father Mark played football at Montana from 1988 – 1991, Mother Jody is also a UM graduate… Sister Morgan Sulser currently runs track at UM… Brother Ben also played football at Montana Western.

Drew Turner, RB, 6-0, 200, Kalispell, Mont. (Glacier HS)

2018: Turner will enroll at the University of Montana as a true freshman in the fall of 2018.

High School: A three-time letterwinner in football and track (to date)… Two-time Class AA first team All-State running back… Glacier High school record holder in rushing yards in game, season and career… Rushed for 1,666 on 211 carries and 23 touchdowns as a senior… 3,466 career rush yards on 476 carries and 46 touchdowns… 2017 football team captain… Two-time team offensive MVP junior and senior seasons… Team “alpha dog” award as a senior… Team high point letter award as a senior…. Offensive scout team MVP as a sophomore… Two-time team sprint MVP in track… School record holder in 200m dash.

Personal: Plans to study business at UM… Parents are Chris and Susie Turner of Kalispell… Enjoys spending time outdoors.

Trevor Welnel, OL, 6-4, 240, Helena, Mont. (Capital HS)

2018: Welnel will enroll at the University of Montana as a true freshman in the fall of 2018.

High School: A three-time letterwinner in football at Capital High School… Played high school football for prep coach Kyle Mihelish… Three year basketball team captain 2015-2017…”Most Improved” on football team in 2016… All-conference and all-state tackle senior year 2017…

Personal: Parents are Jason and Shannon Welnel… Brother Marcus is a member of the Griz football team… Plans to major in marketing.

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