Football players from Nevada Interscholastic Activities Association schools are highly sought after this inter as the National Letter of Intent signing Day on Feb. 6 approaches.
The Nevada Wolf Pack already has two verbal commitments from a pair of northern Nevada players. Bishop Manogue tight end Devonte German and Reed quarterback Mark Nowaczewski verbally committed to the Pack in November. German is 6-foot-5, 220 pounds and Nowaczewski is 6-3, 180.
German and Nowaczewski, though, are just two of 13 Nevada high school players who have given a verbal commitment so far.
- The others, according to 247sports.com are . . .
- Arizona: Anu Solomon, Bishop Gorman (6-0, 195), quarterback
- BYU: Trajan Pili, Centennial (6-2, 200), cornerback
- BYU: Kaimana Nacua, Liberty (6-1, 195), quarterback
- Utah: Marcus Williams, Durango (5-11, 204), running back
- Colorado State: Justin Sweet, Bishop Gorman (5-10, 180), cornerback
- New Mexico: Ryan Smith, Bishop Gorman (5-7, 160), wide receiver
- UNLV: Devonte Boyd, Basic (6-1, 175), wide receiver
- UNLV: Niko Kapeli, Liberty (5-8, 205), running back
- San Diego State: Tyler Morris, Foothill (6-3, 195), safety
- San Diego State: Randy Ricks, Legacy (6-4, 215, defensive end
- San Diego State: Donnel Pumphrey, Canyon Springs (5-9, 165), running back