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February 1, 2012 at 11:38 AM

Where Washington football players are headed

Here is a list of where Washington high-school football players signed Wednesday.

Zach Banner, Lakes — USC

Josh Garnett, Puyallup — Stanford

Jeff Lindquist, Mercer Island — Washington

KeiVarae Russell, Mariner — Notre Dame

Cedric Dozier, Lakes — Cal

Walker Williams, Tacoma Baptist — Wisconsin

Jake Eldrenkamp, Bellevue — Washington

Tyler Hasty, Bellevue — Oregon State

Nathan Dean, Juanita — Washington

Michael Rector, Bellarmine Prep — Stanford

Dustin Stanton, Lakewood — Oregon State

Caleb Smith, Kentridge — Oregon State

Ma’ne Manaea, Lakes — Idaho

Trent Sewell, Bothell — Wyoming

Matt Hadley, Connell — BYU

Sawyer Powell, Richland — BYU

Caleb Saulo, Kentlake — Oregon State

Korey Durkee, Gig Harbor — Washington

Cory English, Auburn — Washington

Josh Mitchell, Mount Si — Oregon State

Sam Flor, O’Dea — Washington State

Jason Thompson, Kennedy Catholic — Wyoming

B.J. Salmonson, Nooksack Valley — Washington State

Jacob Tuivaiave, Washington — Washington State

Ryan Lewis, Eastlake — Pitt

Gino Bresolin, Eastlake — UTEP

Joe Hunt, Kamiakin — Eastern Washington

Jerrod Jones, Lakewood — Eastern Washington

Cooper Kupp, Davis — Eastern Washington

Jordan Pulu, Federal Way — Eastern Washington

Jordan Thompson, Timberline — Eastern Washington

Miquiyah Zamora, Chiawana — Eastern Washington

Jordan Downing, Chiawana — Eastern Washington — preferred walk-on

Cole Lemer, Ferris — Idaho State

Kurt Karstetter, Ferris — Idaho State

Drew Sharkey, Ferris — Idaho State

K.W. Williams, Jefferson — Idaho State

Ryan Johnson, Mountain View — Montana

Max Kelly, Gonzaga Prep — Montana

Chase Naccarato, Mount Spokane — Montana

Brandon Brody-Heim, Union — Portland State

Josh Hanson, Tumwater — Portland State

Keiran McDonagh, Skyview — Portland State

Chevy Walker, Eastside Catholic — Portland State

Michael Kneip, Bellevue — Washington — preferred walk-on

Uso Olive, Federal Way — Wyoming

D.J. May, Federal Way — Wyoming

Damian Greene, Skyline — Wyoming

Jayshawn Jordan, O’Dea — Idaho

Eric Lemke, Issaquah — Idaho

Roko Gucake, King’s — Western Oregon

Aaron La Deaux, South Kitsap — Minot State

Jake Nelson, Lake Stevens — Central Washington

Christian Gasca, Lake Stevens — Central Washington

Korey Young, Lake Stevens — Central Washington

Brady Pahukoa, Lake Stevens — Central Washington

Jordan Todd, Interlake — Central Washington

Cody Fulleton, O’Dea — Dartmouth

Sam Byers, Kingston — Air Force

Jonathan Warner, Camas — Penn State

Andy Agen, Burlington-Edison — Air Force

Andrew Price, Blaine — UNLV

Joey Moore, Bellevue — Idaho — preferred walk-on

Kyle Bentz, Bellevue — San Diego

Scott Rose, White River — Menlo

Visa Thach, Kentwood — Menlo

Ryan Archibald, Kentlake — Central Washington

Drew Austin, Graham-Kapowsin — Central Washington

David Fontenette, Bethel — Central Washington

Charles Hall, Lakes — Central Washington

Maurice Handcox, Walla Walla — Central Washington

Kaden Humphrey-Butler, Union — Central Washington

Hayden Klein, Olympia — Central Washington

Levonte Littlejohn, Lakes — Central Washington

Tanner Lucas, Kentlake — Central Washington

Maxwell McIntosh, Rogers — Central Washington

Josiah Miller, Oak Harbor — Central Washington

Matt Miller, Gonzaga Prep — Central Washington

Trevon Myhre, Nooksack Valley — Central Washington

Matt Nilsson, Juanita — Central Washington

Gabe Rego, Battle Ground — Central Washington

Joshua Richards, Southridge — Central Washington

James Segura-Mitchell, Timberline — Central Washington

Cole Vanderbilt, Connell — Central Washington

Barrett Weston, Tahoma — Central Washington

Jesse Zalk, Battle Ground — Central Washington

Andrew Dodd, Jackson — Central Washington

I will continue to update this list throughout the day.

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