Weber State's 2014 recruiting class
Drew Batchelor, 5-11, 180, WR, St. George: Earned first-team all-state honors from the Deseret News his senior year.
Ismael Betancourt, 6-4, 285, OL, Buckeye, Ariz.: Plans on majoring in technical sales at Weber State.
Riley Bradshaw, 6-1, 190, QB, Meridian, Idaho: Finished with more than 3,400 yards of total offense as a senior.
Baron Bruce, 6-4, 295, OL, Sandy: Earned second-team all-state honors from the Deseret News his senior year.
Garry Callis, 6-3, 240, DL, Meridian, Idaho: Earned first-team all-conference and second-team all-state honors as a senior.
Houston Cassita, 6-0, 215, RB, Sandy: Cassita comes to Weber State as a junior after playing two seasons at the College of DuPage in Glen Ellyn, Ill.
Darryl Denby, 5-9, 175, WR, Murrieta, Calif.: Played wide receiver and cornerback for coach Coley Candaele and earned second-team all-league honors.
Brock Doman, 6-3, 275, DL, St. George: Earned first-team all-state and all-region honors and served as team captain in 2013 for Desert Hills.
Shamir Geisinger, 6-0, 170, CB, Sparks, Nev.: Plans on majoring in exercise science at Weber State.
Nick Giles, 6-4 280, OL, Salt Lake City: Helped Brighton High to the state title game as a senior in 2013.
Cameron Hansen, 6-2, 190, LB, Taylorsville: Helped lead Juan Diego to a 24-2 record in his final two seasons.
De’Saan Hardwick, 5-10, 200, RB, San Diego, Calif.: Hardwick is a running back who transferred to Weber State from San Diego State.
Jawain Harrison, 5-10, 175, DB, El Cerrito, Calif.: Helped lead his team to a state championship and the Nor Cal Region title.
Xequille Harry, 5-11, 155, CB, Woods Cross: Earned first-team all-state honors in 4A as a senior for Woods Cross High School.
Taron Johnson, 6-0, 175, WR, Sacramento, Calif.: Earned all-metro and all-league honors and was named the all-purpose player of the year.
Michael Key, 6-5, 340, OL, Salt Lake City: Key comes to WSU as an offensive lineman out of East High.
Chad Leckington, 6-2, 220, QB, Shelley, Idaho: Was the team captain as a senior and earned first-team all-state honors on offense and defense.
Karsen Liljenquist, 6-2, 215, LB, Highland: Earned honorable mention all-state honors from the Deseret News his senior season.
A.J. Lolohea, 6-3, 200, DE, Salt Lake City: Played defensive end and linebacker for coach Keith Lopati at West High.
Raphael Longangu, 6-4, 200, TE, Euless, Texas: Earned all-district academic honors playing for Euless Trinity.
Cole McGinnis, 6-3, 275, DL, Gooding, Idaho: Earned first-team all-state and first-team all-area honors four times in his career.
Clay Moss, 6-0, 205, LB, Sandy: Earned second-team all-state honors in 5A from the Deseret News.
Scott Nichols, 5-10, 180, RB, South Jordan: Helped lead Bingham to an undefeated run to the state 5A title and was named the Gatorade Utah Football Player of the Year.
Iosua Opeta, 6-4, 245, DL, Stansbury Park: Earned all-state honorable mention honors and was named to the first-team all-region team his senior year.
Marquis Pippins, 6-3, 185, WR, El Cerrito, Calif.: Helped lead his high school team to a state championship and the Nor Cal Region title.
Lane Sale, 6-4, 200, TE, Homedale, Idaho: He played tight end, wide receiver and linebacker for coach Matt Holtry at Homedale.
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