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Signing Day: Weber State football class of 2013

Published: Wednesday, Feb. 6 2013 2:50 p.m. MST

Blake Barney, 6-0, 180, QB, St. George: Three-year starting quarterback at Dixie HS and led the Flyers to their first state title since 1998. Finished career with 9,247 total yards and 89 touchdowns. Plans to serve a two year LDS mission directly out of HS.

Bo Bolen (Jr.), 5-9, 200, RB, Aurora, Colo.: Return missionary that was a two-time All-Big Sky running back and kick returner.

D.J. Bush (Jr.), 6-0, 200, SAF., San Jose, Calif.: Played two seasons at Foothill College in Los Angeles, after originally signing with Arizona State; recorded 57 tackles in 2012.

Austin Chipoletti, 5-11, 190, QB, Jacksonville, Fla.: Quick-firing quarterback that gets the ball out in a hurry and has the ability to evade pressure with his mobility.

Mike Cisneros, 6-4, 270, OT, Las Vegas, Nev.: Mobile guard that is able to reach the second layer of the defense and is used frequently in pulling situations.

A.J. Coney, 5-8, 175, CB, Orlando, Fla.: Speedy corner that uses vision well in the open field after interceptions; named first-team 7A in Florida with 34 tackles and seven INTs.

Gabe Davis, 5-11, 195, WR, Jacksonville, Fla.: Multifaceted WR with deceptive speed able to contribute on the ground, in the air, as well as return kicks on special teams.

Kai Gonda, 5-11, 185, ATH, Hawaii Kai, Hawaii: Second-team all-state honors in Hawaii after rushing for 851 yards and 12 touchdowns as a senior.

Eddy Hall, 5-9, 185, ATH, Wellsville: Played QB and RB at Mountain Crest High as a three-year starter, named Deseret News first-team all-state and finished career with 4,462 yards and 49 touchdowns.

Dallin Hatch, 6-3, 210, TE, Pleasant Grove: Played both sides for Pleasant Grove last season; will likely reside on offense for WSU. He had 40 receptions for 722 yards and seven touchdowns for the Vikings.

Helam Heimuli, 6-3, 230, DE, Woods Cross: Returned missionary who had 75 tackles and three sacks as a senior at Bountiful.

Tre'von Johnson, 6-1, 190, SAF, Salt Lake City: Started on both sides of the ball at Hunter High last season and could see immediate action in WSU's secondary in 2013.

Chad Leckington, 6-3, 220, QB, Shelley, Idaho: Named first-team all-state both as a quarterback and as a middle linebacker; size allows him to stand in pocket and deliver on-point with a strong arm.

Adam Lewis, 6-6, 240, DE, Meridian, Idaho: Sheds blockers with fundamentally sound upper-body technique.

Cameron Livingston, 6-2, 195, WR, Ocala, Fla.: Deep-threat in the passing game with 4.4 40-yard dash; averaged 16 yards per catch as a senior.

Austin McChesney, 6-1, 170, WR, Highland: Agile receiver at Lone Peak, often blew past defenders on fade routes; will join team after serving LDS Church mission.

Alfonso Medina (Jr.), 6-0, 190, QB, Venice, Calif.: Played two seasons at Santa Monica College and threw for 5,345 yards and 61 touchdowns; set single-season and career school touchdown records.

Feleti Mulitalo, 6-3, 330, OL, West Valley: Physical guard for former WSU assistant coach Cecil Thomas at Granger High.; helped carve out 2,921 yards on the ground for the Lancers and is expected to serve LDS Church mission.

Skyler Munson, 5-11, WR, Pleasant Grove: Vital part of the Pleasant Grove offense, hauling in 44 catches for 1,027 yards and 17 touchdowns while leading the state in yards per catch (23.2); will serve LDS Church mission before joining team.

Mene Perese, 6-2, 250, DL, Miliani, Hawaii: Listed as a defensive lineman but moves like a traditional linebacker with closing speed; had 77 tackles and 12 sacks as a senior.

Zach Smith, 6-0, 190, RB, Kissimmee, Fla.: North-to-south downhill RB that will lower shoulder to pick up extra yardage; averaged 7.6 yards per carry and finished with 1,643 yards and 17 touchdowns as a senior.

Ryan Tuiasoa, 5-11, 210, LB, Kailua, Hawaii: Had 712 yards and 12 touchdowns at Punahou High school last season but is expected to switch over to the defensive side of the ball.

Jonah Williams, 6-4, 230, DE, Meridian, Idaho: Teammate of WSU recruit Adam Lewis and opposite-side defensive end for Rocky Mountain HS.

Felix Woods, 5-11, 190, LB, Lake City, Fla.: Played linebacker in HS and primarily focused on covering the flats. Great instincts and undersized, great possibility he switches to the defensive secondary.

Email: tphibbs@desnews.com

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