LB Tanoa Peleti (Rancho Cotate, Rohnert Park) 6-0, 215, Sr.
He’s probably going to be the horse at both linebacker and running back
for head coach Ed Conroy, but based on the coach’s analysis he feels
defense is more Peleti’s forte. Last year, he had 98 tackles and three
QB/DB JaJuan Lawson (Casa Grande, Petaluma) 6-1, 190, Sr.
Last season, he passed for 1,860 yards and 17 TDs and rushed for 550
yards and eight more scores. Over the summer and particularly at the
Sacramento State Camp, the highly regarded D1 prospect with five current
offers looked just as good at defensive back as he was under center.