Nevada football signs six
Appeal Staff Report
RENO - The University of Nevada football program has signed six mid-year transfers from California, Wolf Pack coach Chris Ault announced on Friday.
All six of the signees are freshmen and have enrolled at the university this semester. Two of the players were with the program in the fall, including tight end Zack Sudfeld (6-7, 230 pounds, a graduate of Modesto Christian High School in Modesto, Calif.) and linebacker Brett Roy (6-4, 240 pounds, Yucaipa High School in Yucaipa, Calif).
The other four are grayshirts - freshmen who delayed enrollment until the spring semester. Each will go through winter conditioning and spring practice and will have four years of eligibility available. They include three defensive players and a wide receiver. The receiver is Brandon Wimberly (6-3, 190, from Gardena, Calif., High School). The defensive players are linebacker Albert Rosette (6-2, 225, from De La Salle High in Concord, Calif.); Mark Avery (6-4, 270, defensive lineman from Amos Alonzo Stagg High in Stockton, Calif.); and Mose Denton (6-1, 180, defensive back from Mayfair High in Lakewood, Calif.).
"This is an excellent mid-year class," Ault said. "We are very pleased that they will be here for our conditioning period and for spring football."
The mid-year signing period ended last week. National Signing Day is set for Feb. 6. The Wolf Pack begin their spring drills on Feb. 29.