Dawgs land another Ferris, roll Shrine tally to 15

DILLON — Montana Western football coach B.J. Robertson completed the Ferris hat trick Tuesday.

Robertson confirmed to ButteSports.com that Justin Ferris, a cornerback and receiver from Beaverhead County High School in Dillon, committed to playing football at Western.

Ferris was an all-conference receiver and an All-State cornerback last season for the State champion Beavers.

Ferris joins his cousins Jason Ferris and J.D. Ferris as a Bulldog recruit. The other two signed with Western early in the recruiting season. All three will represent Dillon on the West roster in Saturday’s 69th Montana East-West Shrine Game in Great Falls.

The addition of Justin Ferris to the Western recruiting class means 15 future Bulldogs will play in Saturday’s Shrine Game. Nine of those players will play for the West team.

Justin Ferris will play cornerback for the West team, while J.D. Ferris will play cornerback and Jason Ferris will play safety.

Other future Bulldogs on the West roster are Zach Brown, a center from Hamilton; Joe Caicedo, a linebacker from Darby; Chad Peterson and Kaemen Richards, linebackers from Butte Central; Cory Diaz, a running back from Missoula Big Sky; and Spencer Rainser-Ross, a defensive lineman from Columbia Falls.

Future Bulldogs on the East roster are Liam Breen, a running back from Choteau; Bryce Cuchine, a specialist from Great Falls Russell; Casey Klaboe, a quarterback from Billings West; Kessler Leonard, a receiver from Great Falls High; Jake Malek, a specialist from Geraldine/Highwood; and Dalton Palmer, a quarterback from Fairfield.

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