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Beale, Prodrabsky, Washington commit to Vandals

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Four players from Idaho, including two from Lewiston, formally committed on Wednesday to play for the Vandals.

Offensive lineman Spencer Beale and quarterback Justin Podrabsky – both from Lewiston High School – signed letters of intent to play for Robb Akey next fall.

Podrabsky was one of the top prospects in the Northwest, near the top of the list in the state of Idaho and the No. 3 quarterback prospect in the region, according to Scout.com. The signal caller for the Tigers verbally committed to Idaho back in October but made his decision official by signing the letter of intent. In addition to Idaho, Podrabsky entertained offers from Utah State and Idaho State.

Beale, a 6-5, 300 lb. offensive lineman had an offer from Idaho State of the Big Sky Conference in addition to one from the Vandals.

The Vandals also picked up a letter of intent from Jayson Washington, an athletic running back from Moscow High School, and Tyler Kuder, a defensive tackle from Payette. Three other recruits from Washington signed with Idaho, including Jesse Davis (Asotin HS), Maxx Forde (Woodinville HS), Mike Marboe (Wenatchee HS) and Ben Westrum (Black Hills HS).

Signed letters of intent for Idaho:

Ryan Bass (RB, Ariz. State)

Spencer Beale (OL, Lewiston HS, Lewiston, ID)

Mitchell Crockom (R, Alhambra HS, Alhambra, Calif.)

Jesse Davis (DE, Asotin HS, Asotin, Wash.)

Maxx Forde (DE, Woodinville HS, Woodinville, Wash.)

Matthew Harvey (DB, Ellsworth CC)

Armuani Johnson (R, West Los Angeles College)

Karel Kearny (DT, John B. Connelly HS, Austin, TX)

Tyler Kuder (DT, Payette HS, Payette, Idaho)

Mike Marboe (OL, Wenatchee, HS, Wenatchee, Wash.)

Homer Mauga (LB, Grossmont College)

Justin Podrabsky (QB, Lewiston HS, Lewiston, Idaho)

James Randall (S, Compton HS, Compton, Calif.)

Kyle Salm (OL, San Dimas HS, San Dimas, Calif.)

Dallas Sandberg (OL, Bradshaw Mt. HS, Prescott Valley, Ariz.)

Aaron Strumski (DT, Ellsworth CC)

Ben Swartz (DT, Arizona Western)

Calvin Thompson (RB, Vista Ridge HS, Cedar Park, TX)

Thaad Thompson (DB, Ellsworth College)

Shawn Tucker (DB, Laguna Hills HS, Laguna Hills, Calif.)

Sam Tupua (OL, Palomar Junior Col.)

Jayson Washington (RB, Moscow HS, Moscow, Idaho)

Ben Westrum (OL, Black Hills HS, Tumwater, Wash.)

Charles Wiley (OL, Grossmont College)

Demetrius Williams (R, Inderkum HS, Sacramento, Calif.)

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