BOISE, Idaho Greg Randall, head wrestling coach at Boise State University, has announced the signing of Jason Chamberlain, Randy Larson and Brian Owen to national letters of intent. 

                A senior at Springville High School in Springville, Utah, Chamberlain is the No. 1 ranked high school wrestler in the country by Wrestling USA Magazine at 135 pounds.  Chamberlain is the 2007 junior freestyle national champion and finished runner-up for the Greco-Roman national title.  He is a three-time state of Utah high school champion at 112 pounds as a freshman, 125 pounds his sophomore season and 140 pounds last year as a junior.  Heading into his senior season, his overall high school record is 139-2 for a 98.6 winning percentage.  He is also a former Fila cadet freestyle national champion.  Along with excelling on the wrestling mat, Chamberlain is an outstanding student with a grade-point-average of 3.75.   He plans to study human body and physical exercise at Boise State.  His high school coach is Justin Judkins.

                Larson, a senior at Hermiston High School in Hermiston, Oregon, competes at the 160-pound weight division. As a junior last year, Larson helped his team to the state title when he placed third at Oregon High School Championships.  Team captain and ranked No. 1 in Oregon, Larson’s current all-time high school record is 116-27.  Other national finishes for Larson include second at the sophomore nationals, second at the Reno worlds, and a second and third place finishes at the Las Vegas freestyle championships. 

                Owen is the nation’s No. 2 ranked high school wrestler at 119 pounds.  A senior at University High School in Spokane, Washington, Owen has lost only three matches during his high school career.  He is a two-time state runner-up and has captured one state of Washington High School Championship.  At this past summer’s junior national tournament, Owen placed second in the freestyle division, and third in the Greco-Roman division.  He won the cadet Greco-Roman national champion in 2004, while finishing fourth at freestyle.  Owen, the brother of current Bronco volunteer assistant coach Tom Owen, is also an outstanding student with a 3.40 GPA. 

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