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High school football: Nearly 100 in-state football players sign National Letters of Intent

Published: Wednesday, Feb. 5 2014 3:10 p.m. MST

Clay Moss and Christian Shaver sign their National Letters of Intent at Jordan High School.

Photo courtesy Jordan High School

With signing day coming to a close, here's a school-by-school look at the 97 in-state football players who signed National Letters of Intent on Wednesday to play college football. Note, a handful of these kids have already enrolled at their respective schools, while others will defer enrollment until after their serve their two-year mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

Alta

Mack Richards (Hawaii)

Baron Bruce (Weber State)

Tanner Sansom (Weber State)

American Fork

Jonah Trinnaman (Utah State)

Bingham

Dalton Schultz (Stanford)

Riley Culley (Dixie State)

Spencer Tauteoli (Dixie State)

Sky Manu (Dixie State)

Scott Nichols (Weber State)

Landen Measom (Southern Utah)

Noa Taeatafa (Southern Utah)

Nick Heninger (Mesa CC)

Mahonrai Toki (Mesa CC)

Bountiful

Tanner Redding (Southern Utah)

Max Latu (Snow College)

Brighton

Isaiah Kaufusi (BYU)

Jackson Barton (Utah)

Tyson Aldridge (Dixie State)

Nick Giles (Weber State)

Cottonwood

Howard Pututau (Utah)

Davis

Kawika Tupuola (Weber State)

Desert Hills

Brock Doman (Weber State)

Jake Wagner (Dixie State)

Dixie

Drew Batchelor (Weber State)

Gavin Graff (Dixie State)

Lukas Hildebrandt (Dixie State)

East

Ula Tolutau (Wisconsin)

Tennessee Suesue (Boise State)

Korey Rush (Nevada)

Joe Tukuafu (Utah State)

Preston Curtis (Utah State)

Malakai Solovi (Southern Utah)

Tualagi Laupata (Southern Utah)

Sione Tuikolovatu (Weber State)

Michael Key (Weber State)

Isaac Valles (Dixie State)

Preston Burnett (Dixie State)

Jake Baptiste (William Penn)

Granger

Kenyon Frison (Oklahoma)

Hyrum Tapusoa (Weber State)

Kiti Houma (Eastern Arizona)

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