Eastern Oregon Football Announces Second Wave of 2024 Signings

LA GRANDE, Ore. – Eastern Oregon University Football is excited to announce the second group of signings for the 2024 recruiting class.

“We are very excited about the collection of young men who decided today to continue their athletic and academic futures at Eastern Oregon University,” Head Coach Tim Camp said. “This group represents five states and a combination of skill sets that will help elevate our program.”

The second group of signees includes four skill players and two bigs.

“As always, we value not just their athletic talents, but their commitment to high-level academics and strong character,” Camp said. “I appreciate all the hard work that our staff put in to assemble this outstanding class.”

Listed below is the second wave of players that have signed with Eastern Oregon Football for National Signing Day. More signings will be announced in the coming days, follow along at eousports.com for more updates.


Paul Hobson
Baker City High School (OR) – Skill

Coaches comments: “Paul is a talented QB with a big time arm. He is a great leader and a true student of the game. He is an Eastern Oregon kind of guy and we are fired up to keep him close to home.”

Otha Williams JR
Sacramento City Junior College (CA)    –    Skill 
Coaches comments: “Otha is a physical back that can make an immediate impact for the Mountie back field. He has elite vision and the speed to gash defenses. He plays with great balance and has a knack for finding the end zone.”

Jacob Edmond
Modesto Junior College (CA) – Big

Coaches comments: “Jacob is a brick wall up front. He is a violent football player with the ability to displace any defender in the box. We are excited to see the impact he can make up front.”

Keenan Greenbaum
Butte Junior College (CA) – Big

Coaches comments: “Keenan posses a unique combination of size and athleticism. He is capable of owning the line of scrimmage up front and making blocks out in space. His presence up front will be a great addition to our offense.”

Tityn Kekualua
Hilo High School (HI) – Skill

Coaches comments: “Tityn is a flexible football player and a hard worker. His athleticism will allow him to make his presence felt in multiple different ways for our football program.”

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