La Grande, Ore. – Eastern Oregon University Football has announced the fourth group of signings for the 2023 recruiting class.
“We are excited to welcome the six newest members of the EOU football program,” Head Coach Tim Camp said. “I’d like to thank our coaching staff and all those involved in putting together this signing class as we prepare for our 2023 season. We’re excited for the future of EOU football.”
The fourth group of signees includes four bigs, one combo, and one skill player.
“Our coaches did a really good job showing what we have to offer here at EOU,” Camp said. “I think there is a lot of trust with these new signees and with us, we are putting together a really good class and I’m excited about it.”
Listed below is the fourth wave of players that have signed with Eastern Oregon Football out of the 2023 recruiting class.
Jacobaas Van Ruiten
North Creek High School (Washington) – Big – FILM
Coaches comments: ” Jacobaas is a great representation of this classes versatility. He is capable of playing multiple positions on defense, and is an overall disruptor on the defensive side of the ball.”
Emmett High School, (Idaho) – Big – FILM
Coaches comments: ” Sam is a high motor, high football IQ offensive lineman that comes from a traditionally outstanding high school football program.”
Ridgefield High School, (Washington) – Combo – FILM
Coaches comments: ” Wyatt will be an issue for Frontier Conference offenses. He’s a big, violent, football player capable of playing multiple positions.”
Ramona High School, (California) – Skill – FILM
Coaches comments: ” Azlan is a pure football player. He played both sides of the ball in high school, plays with a high motor, and flat out makes plays.”
Yuba City College, (California) – Big – FILM
Coaches comments: ” Xavier is a high motor player that can do a lot of different things up front. He has a rare mix of size and athleticism.”
Mount Tahoma High School, (Washington) – Big – FILM
Coaches comments: ” Ronald is a big and versatile defensive lineman that will add length and athleticism to the EOU defense.”