High School: Butler was a standout linebacker for Palm Springs High School. As a senior, Butler recorded 118 tackles, with eight games tallying double digit stops. He also recorded five sacks, three pass break-ups, three forced fumbles and a fumble recovery. He was named all-CIF and was the Desert Sun Defensive Player of the Year. He helped his team to an undefeated regular season. As a junior, Butler had 58 tackles and two fumble recoveries. He recovered one fumble and returned it 75 yards for a touchdown as well. He also ranked second in the league in tackles that season. He was named first team all-League and first team all-District.

 

 

Jaden Wright, CB, 6-0, 175, Lewisville, Texas (Lewisville HS)

High School: Wright played both cornerback and wide receiver at Lewisville High School.  In his three seasons as a starter, Wright intercepted three passes and forced five fumbles.  He caught three touchdowns as a wide receiver and also returned one interception for a touchdown. Wright was an all-Conference selection has a junior and senior.

 

 

Greg Hogan, WR, 6-1, 175, Houston, Texas (Summer Creek High School)

High School: Hogan played football at Summer Creek High School in Houston, Texas where he played wide receiver for the Bulldogs.  In his junior season, Hogan caught 34 passes for 581 yards and four touchdowns.  He helped his team get to the state playoffs with a 9-2 record and was a first team all-district selection.  In his senior season, Hogan increased his numbers by catching 59 passes for 1,165 yards and 20 touchdowns.  He averaged 19.7 yards per catch in his senior season and his team improved to 11-1 on the season with their only loss coming in the state playoffs.  Hogan also returned nine kickoffs for 159 yards.  He was selected first team all-district and All-State and was also selected as the Bulldogs’ offensive player of the year.

 

Willie Mobley, DE, 6-2, 270, Eden Prairie, Minn. (Arizona/Orange Coast College/Eden Prairie HS)

 

University of Arizona: Mobley was to contend for top duty inside in 2011 before off-season knee surgery kept him out of action all year. He lettered in 2010 with backup play in 10 games, finishing with seven tackles, including a half-sack and 1.5 for losses.

Orange Coast College: Mobley attended Orange Coast College but did not play in 2009 after transferring from Ohio State, where he redshirted in 2008. He was ranked in the SuperPrep JUCO 100.

High School: Mobley helped lead the Eagle Empire to Class 5A state titles and undefeated seasons as a junior and senior. He was an all-State and finalist for Mr. Football Minnesota after recording 66 tackles, 21 tackles for a loss and 12 sacks as a senior. Mobley earned All-Lake Conference nods and garnered PrepNation Midlands Player of Year honors. He was also named an EA Sports and PrepStar All-American. Mobley was ranked in the  Scout, Rivals and SuperPrep Top 250.

 

Kalei Auelua, DE, 6-2, 235, Honolulu, Hawai’i (University of Washington/St. Louis HS)

University of Washington: Auelua redshirted with the Huskers in 2012.

High School: Auelua was named a first-team all-state pick by ESPNHS and by the Honolulu Advertiser as a senior in 2011. He was credited with 70 tackles, 30 takles for a loss, five forced fumble and 22 sacks as a senior and played in the HUB Goodwill Senior Bowl, his state's all-star game, following senior season. Auelua earned second-team all-state from the Honolulu Advertiser as a junior in 2010, helping lead Crusaders to an 11-1 overall record and the Division I state championship as a junior. Auelua tallied 67 tackles, 25 tackles for a loss and 20 sacks as a junior. He won a league title in the discus as a junior in the spring of 2011. Auelua ranked as the No. 4 prospect in the state of Hawai'i and the No. 89 defensive end recruit in the nation by scout.com, he was also listed as the No. 6 recruit in Hawai'i by rivals.com.

 

Winston Rose, CB, 6-0, 165, Inglewood, Calif. (Los Angeles Valley College/St. Genevieve HS)

LA Valley College: Rose played cornerback for two seasons at Los Angeles Valley College.  He was named second team all-conference defensive back in 2011 and first team all-conference in 2012.  In two seasons Hall had three interceptions and returned two for touchdowns.  He also had one fumble recovery.

High School: Rose played wide receiver and defensive back at St. Genevieve High School.  Rose was named to the all-league first team in his senior season.  In his junior season, Rose intercepted two passes and also recorded two sacks and was named to the all-league first team.  As a receiver in his junior season, Hall caught 26 passes for 508 yards and four touchdowns.

Jordan Bergstrom, WR, 5-10, 175, Portland Ore. (Santa Rosa Community College/Clackamas HS)

Santa Rosa CC: Bergstrom played two seasons at Santa Rosa Junior College as a wide receiver.  In his sophomore season, Bergstrom was named a first team all-NorCal wide receiver.  He caught 44 passes for 764 yards and eight touchdowns in his sophomore season with Santa Rosa.