Meet the Newest Members of the Wolf Pack

Get the lowdown on every member of the Nevada Wolf Pack's 2015 Recruiting Class via their Scout.com player cards and pages.

Nevada Wolf Pack head coach Brian Polian and staff are welcoming the newest members of the Nevada Wolf Pack's 2015 recruiting class on Wednesday.

If you'd like to get to know the newest members of the Wolf Pack a little better, check out their Scout.com player cards below. Click the drop-down areas for analysis. Or click on the name in the card to bring up each player's Scout.com profile, where you can see news, photos, videos and all pertinent recruiting information available.

We will be updating this page throughout the day as player's national letters of intent are received.

Nevada Wolf Pack Class of 2015

Coach Polian on Kee: "Cal is a great looking safety prospect. We discovered him in Virginia and felt like he was flying below the radar a little bit. He has size, athleticism, and physicality. We are excited about his future both on defense and in the kicking game."


Coach Polian on Faunce: "Our relationship began with Evan as a result of injuries at the tight end spot and a need to find immediate help. Coach Boone had a personal relationship with the family and as we evaluated Evan we discovered he would be a good fit. He is big, can block at the line of scrimmage, and will be a threat in the passing game. We hope he can help us quickly."


Coach Polian on Muhammad: "EJ is a very polished player from a football powerhouse in the Dallas area and he will make us better. He is very athletic and an ulta-competitive player that should compete quickly at the corner position. He comes from a great family -- they were very engaged in the process and a lot of fun to be around."


Coach Polian on Thomas: "Ricky is a wonderful addition to our team because he is a quality person and a terrific player. He plays fast, knows how to rush the passer, and has good instincts. Obviously, we know his family very well and we have known Ricky for a long time. We are confident that he will be a great fit with the Pack, on and off the field."


Coach Polian on Stom: "As the season wore along and injuries began to take a toll on our team, it was clear that we needed to find a mature player that would be physically ready to add to our offensive line. Derrick is exactly what we were looking for as he is tough, intelligent, and competitive. We are thankful he was able to join us in January and look forward to watching him compete in the spring."


Coach Polian on Sewell: "Recruiting Gabe and getting to know the Sewell family was a joy. Gabe is a tenacious defender who runs and hits from multiple positions. Gabe was also a clear leader for his team and in his school and that meant a great deal to our staff. We are excited about all the possible ways that we might be able to take advantage of his skill set and look forward to him having a chance to be impactful as a young player."


Coach Polian on Farnsworth: "Wes has an incredible gift that is hard to find ñ he is one of the best long-snappers in the country. We are so proud that he chose to stay home instead of attending schools like Ohio State and Washington. As a program, we are thrilled to keep adding local talent and growing our program with young men from right here in northern Nevada."


Coach Polian on Sekona: "We discovered Hausia in a camp that we ran in West Wendover over the summer. His power and quickness are tremendous and he impressed the staff at practice with his demeanor and work ethic. He will be a very effective one-gap d-lineman that has the tools to be very disruptive."


Coach Polian on Brand: "Riley faced a great deal of adversity this past year having lost the vast majority of his senior season to an injury. We were impressed with the way he attacked his rehab and how he made it back to play a game at the end of the year when most others would have shut it down. He was a high school safety that we believe has shown the size and toughness to transition to linebacker in college and we are excited to see what his future holds."


Coach Polian on Collons: "We are very excited to have Kori in the family because he has the unique ability to rush the passer and has huge physical upside ñ when he grows into his frame he is going to be an intimidating figure. Kori comes to us from the Sacramento area and that is important as well because we consider northern California part of our local recruiting footprint and it is important that we compete for the best players in that area."


Coach Polian on Orange: "We say in recruiting that is you are going to go far away for a young man, he needs to be different. Brendan's size and athleticism make him different and we are excited to welcome our second Canadian recruit into the family in as many years. Brendan will be an exciting addition to our wide receiver corps."


Polian on Romney: "Baylor attended our Friday Night Lights camp in Las Vegas and was awfully impressive. He throws with strength and accuracy and is a legitimate threat as a runner. He has all the tools that we look for in a quarterback and we believe he can be very successful in our system."


Coach Polian on Christian: "Dominic is another player who may not be from our natural recruiting footprint, but there was little doubt that he would be a fit after having him on his visit. He is a very versatile athlete -- he was a tremendous playmaker at the quarterback spot in high school -- but we envision a great career for him at wide receiver. Like James Butler did this past year, we believe Dominic will transition smoothly from Chicago and find a way to help us win."


Coach Polian on Laidlaw: "I think that Gannon is a little bit of a throwback to the kind of player that Coach Ault would have loved to recruit. Gannon's best days are all still in front of him. He has great size and athleticism and as he continues to grow and fill out, he can be a very good offensive lineman. We are excited about the chance to mold him in the future."


Coach Polian on Baber: "Dameon was on our radar dating back to last summer. He had committed to a Pac-12 school early in the process, but that school lost its coach and Dameon's recruitment was thrown into flux. We were thrilled to reconnect with him and ultimately, add him to our family. Dameon is a very good defensive back who can run and cover like a corner, yet is a physical tackler like a safety. He has the potential to help in multiple spots."


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