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Trojan Football adds five to the 2012 recruiting class
June 8, 2012
MADISON, S.D. - Dakota State University head football coach Josh Anderson is proud to announce five additional student-athletes to the 2012 recruiting class.
Below is the list of five recruits (name – position – height – weight – high school – parents' name – high school coach – intended major – Coach Anderson's quote):
Steven Gram, DL – 6'0" – 270, Troy Junior & Senior High School, son of Walter and Jena Gram of Deary, Idaho, Coach: Rob Bafus, Intended Major: General Studies. "Steven is a very smart football player and when you add that with his aggressiveness on the field, those are excellent tools we are looking forward to adding to the program."
Carris Hoke, DL – 6'5" – 270, Laughlin High School, son of Archie Hooke and Nicole Miller of Laughlin, Nev., Coach: Tom Sattler, Intended Major: Exercise Science. "Carris is a big man that can help us fill some holes on the defensive line. I'm excited to get him going as soon as we can."
Jonah Lehmann, WR – 6'5" – 185, Sheridan High School, son of Ken and Robin Lehmann of Sheridan, Wyo., Coach: Don Julian, Intended Major: Exercise Science. "Jonah has all the attributes like in a wide receiver. He's going to do some great things in his time at DSU."
Matthew McTiernan, OL – 6'1" – 255, Skyline High School, son of Paul and Brenda McTiernan of Sammamish, Wash., Coach: Matthew Taylor, Intended Major: Biology for Information Systems. “Another quality Offensive Lineman from the state of Washington, Matthew is a work horse with a big motor and I see him adding some needed competition on our O-Line.”
Claudio Tejada, LB – 6'1" – 190, Rosholt High School, son of Jon and Chary Moeller of Rosholt, S.D., Coach: Steven Schiltz, Intended Major: Computer Science. "Claudio is a very athletic and quick defensive player who is excellent at both stopping the run and covering receivers in space."
Nick Huntimer, Dakota State University Sports Information Director