University of Montana Western head football coach, B.J. Robertson, has announced the signing of three additions to the 2014 recruiting class. Coach Robertson has signed Glasgow, Mont., senior Tyler Wesen, Marble Falls, Texas senior Jason Lenoir, and Twin Falls, Idaho senior Wyatt Doyle to Frontier Conference/NAIA letters of intent.
Wesen is a 5’ 10” 210 pound long snapper from Glagow High School. He was selected as a second team all-conference performer at center and received the SNJ Scottie award. Tyler was a four year letter winner and a team captain. He has also lettered in track and hockey during his prep career.
“We are excited about all tyler brings to the Bulldog football family,” said Coach Robertson. “Besides his ability to play and long snap, he was a captain, a three sport athlete, and a member of the National Honors Society during his time as a Scottie.”
Off the field Wesen is a member of the National Honors Society and has earned all-state academic honors. He has been a student council representative and is working towards graduating with honors. He is the son of Mike and Tara Wesen.
Lenoir is a 6’ 0” 190 pound defensive end from Marble Falls High School. Following his senior season, he earned second team all-conference honors. He recorded 35 solo tackles, 46 total tackles, and used his 4.5 speed to sack the quarterback eight times. He has competed on the power lifting team and has personal records of 300 pounds in the bench press and 435 in the deadlift.
Lenior is a high energy player who has played and had success at a very competitive level of high school football in Texas,” Coach Robertson said. “Jason enjoyed his visit to Montana Western and we are excited he has decided to continue his education and playing career with the Bulldogs.”
Off the field Jason has earned academic all-district honors. He plans to study biology while attending Montana Western. He is the son of Arlene Lenoir.
Doyle is a 6’ 2” 310 pound offensive lineman from Twin Falls High School. During his prep career, he was voted to the second team all-conference team as an offensive lineman three consecutive years, second team all-conference his sophomore year for his play along the defensive line, and was a first team all-conference tight end his freshman year. Doyle earned second team all-conference honors on the baseball field following his sophomore and junior seasons.
“Wyatt is another second generation (Montana) Western Bulldog who will help us fortify our offensive front,” said Coach Robertson. “We love those big guys who are three sport athletes.”
He plans to study wildlife biology while attending Montana Western. He is the son of Brett and Kathy Doyle.
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