Idaho brings in talented recruiting class on signing day

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by KREM.com

KREM.com

Posted on February 2, 2011 at 3:11 PM

Updated Wednesday, Feb 2 at 7:45 PM

MOSCOW -- The University of Idaho signed 22 players on National Letter of Intent Signing Day on Wednesday.

According to Scout.com, the most talented recruit Idaho landed was three-star wide receiver MarQuan Major (Las Vegas, Nev.). He's one of three receivers the Vandals signed. The others are Camryn Harris (Dublin, Calif.) and Ian Silbernagel (Salem, Ore.). Idaho also brought in tight end Jared Klingenberg (Carnation, Wash.).

Quarterback Dominique Blackman (Carson, Calif.) comes to Idaho as a transfer from Old Dominion. He originally signed with the University of Washington, but decided to leave the program there.

The Vandals also signed running backs Todd Handley (Riverside, Calif.) and Cameron McKernan (Kent, Wash.), and offensive lineman Cody Elenz (Copperas Cove, Texas), A.J. Jones (Chico, Calif.) and Brady Lisoski (Redmond, Wash.).

The Vandals added plenty of talent on the defensive side of the ball as well. They brought in defensive backs A.J. Annelus (Grandview, Mo.), Dion Bass (Corona, Calif.), Solomon Dixon (Honolulu, Hawaii), and Bradley Njoku (Leander, Texas).

At linebacker, Idaho welcomes Elan Richard (Bellevue, Wash.), Sua Tuala (San Francisco, Calif.), and Jeremiah Walters (Oakland, California).

The Vandals also bulked up on the defensive line, adding tackles Ryan Edwards (Long Beach, Calif.), Dontae Scott (Kileen, Texas), and Aaron Lazaro (Chula Vista, Calif). They also brought in ends Quinton Bradley (San Antonio, Texas) and Ryan Ena (Oceanside, Calif).

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