GRAND JUNCTION - The Mesa State football program has signed 23 players to national letters of intent on Wednesday.
Mavs head coach Joe Ramunno still plans to add another couple of players before the beginning of the 2009 season. Overall, Ramunno is very pleased with the new group of kids coming to Grand Junction.
"We will always recruit the state of Colorado heavy and are excited about our local talent," Ramunno said. "With the help of our administration; admissions, financial aid and all of the MSC family we are fortunate to have the support that allows us to recruit top student-athletes from around the country."
Below is a list of all 23 athletes signed on Wednesday to play football with the Mavs in the 2009 season.
Zachary Adair, RB - Palisade High School, Palisade, CO
Evan Altheide, SS - Corona del Sol High School, Tempe, AZ
Brennan Belloni, WR/CB - J.K. Mullen High School, Wheat Ridge, CO
Eric Danner, OL/DL - Fort Collins High School, Fort Collins, CO
Curen Devlin, LB - Trabuco Hills High School, Mission Viejo, CA
Cees Doxsey, DL - Erie High School, Erie, CO
Jacob Edmiston LB - Palisade High School, Palisade, CO
Armando Gonzalez, OL - Platte Valley High School , Kersey, CO
Nick Grenfell, FB - Ralston Valley High School, Arvada, CO
Jason Haferman, QB - Poudre High School, Fort Collins, CO
Steaphen Isaac, WR - Palisade High School, Clifton, CO
Ronald Kuan, DB - Chaparral High School, Los Angeles, CO
Tate Mekelburg, TE - Platte Valley High School, Kersey, CO
Scott Miller, TE - Fruita Monument High School, Grand Junction, CO
David Rhodes, RB - Olathe High School, Olathe, CO
Derek Robinson, QB/DB - Denver South High School, Denver, CO
Austin Rodriguez, WR - Dakota Ridge, Littleton, CO
Chris Sager, LB - Pueblo West High School, Pueblo, CO
Adam Sittner, OL - Torrington High School, Torrington, WY
Stephen Sousa, WR - Westview High School, San Diego, CA
Austin Taggart, LB - Niwot High School, Niwot, CO
Corey Taylor, OL - Hutto High School, Hutto, TX
Matt Young, WR - Palisade High School, Clifton, CO
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