Huskies' latest group of newcomers included 22 signees.
Part of four 3A state champion football teams during four seasons at Bellevue, including the last three as a starter ... helped lead Wolverines to a fourth-straight championship, a 14-0 record and, by several polls, the nation's No. 1 ranking as a senior in 2012 ... named to the MaxPreps.com "Medium Schools" All-America second-team ... first-team 3A all-state as a senior ... made the Seattle Times' all-state team (all levels) as a senior ... as a junior, helped lead Bellevue to a 14-0 record and the state championship, earning first-team 3A all-state and first-team all-league ... also made the Seattle Times all-state team (all levels) as a junior ... as a sophomore in 2010, Bellevue went 13-1 and won the state crown ... named second-team 2A/3A All-KingCo as a sophomore ... listed as an offensive and defensive lineman as a freshman in 2009, when Wolverines went 12-2 and won state ... named as a "red chip" recruit by the Seattle Times ... made the Tacoma News-Tribune "Western 100" list ... listed as the No. 5 prospect in the state of Washington and the No. 31 middle linebacker recruit in the nation by scout.com ... rated the No. 16 inside linebacker in the country and No. 3 recruit in Washington by rivals.com ... played for coach Butch Goncharoff.