Grand Junction Sends Two Linebackers Into The RMAC Conference
GRAND JUNCTION, colo.-Grand Junction sent linebackers Jonathon Pauli and Matt King into the RMAC Conference Tuesday afternoon, with the two officially signing their letters of intent to play on the college level.
Pauli will play at Division II power CSU-Pueblo. The Thunderwolves holding the top spot in all of Division II for most of the 2012 season.
King turned down a walk-on opportunity at Wyoming to sign with the Colorado School of Mines in Golden.
Pauli finished 2012 with 104 tackles on the season including 60 total tackles out of the middle linebacker spot. King finished with 77 tackles on the season.
Fellow teammate, Kyler Rose is also expected to sign with Colorado School of Mines sometime this week.
The Tigers also sending defensive ends Austin Berk and James Diamonte to the Division 1 level. Both are already enrolled in school with Berk at Colorado State and Diamonte at Wyoming.