The Nevada Wolf Pack football team received three more verbal commitments this weekend, according to rivals.com.
The three commitments are from defensive tackle Dupree Roberts-Jordan from Golden West College, cornerback Cameron Hartsfield of Allen (Tx.) High School and tight end Patrick Clifford of Temecula (Calif.) Chaparral High School.
Roberts-Jordan is a 6-foot-2, 260-pound tackle who had 17 tackles with four sacks in just eight games this past season. Roberts-Jordan, who is from Long Beach, Calif., also had 8.5 tackles for a loss at the Huntington Beach, Calif., junior college. His only other offer, according to Rivals, was from Texas State.
Hartsfield is 5-foot-10, 175 pounds, also had offers from Texas-San Antonio and Stephen F. Austin. Baylor and San Diego state had also expressed interest in the defensive back.
Hartsfield had 43 tackles this past season for Allen High.
"I think I am very fast and can run with anyone on the field," Hartsfield told Rivals.com. "I like to play physical and I am very instinctive on the field with good ball skills."
The 6-3, 245-pound Clifford is a converted center. He caught 25 passes this season for 428 yards and four touchdowns, including a 85-yard touchdown in the season opener against Moreno Valley.
"It was crazy, Clifford told Rivals. "Catching the ball and then running down the sideline and seeing green and only the end zone."
Clifford, who runs a 4,65 40-yard dash, made the switch to tight end his senior year.
"After three years of playing O-line it was really exciting to block and catch the ball and score some touchdowns," he told the Riverside (Calif.) Press-Enterprise.
Clifford also received offers from San Jose State and Idaho, according to Rivals.
Football players can sign their National Letter of Intent beginning on Feb. 6.