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UNT Football: Mean Green signs eight on first day of December window

Coach Andy Mac

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DENTON, Texas – Eight new additions signed to play for North Texas and join the roster for the 2022 season, head coach Seth Littrell announced Wednesday.

Included in the group are four players that will enroll at UNT in January for the spring semester. Six of the eight additions are from the state of Texas. Five join the Mean Green from the high school ranks, and three are four-year transfers.

UNT is also able to sign players through Friday and during the traditional signing window that begins February 2, 2022.

Name                          Pos.     Ht.       Wt.      Class    Hometown/Previous

Stone Earle                  QB       6-2       203      So.-TR  Keller, TX/Abilene Christian

Qualon Farrar              RB        5-7       180      Fr.-HS  Dallas, TX/South Oak Cliff HS

JD Head                       QB       6-2       181      So.-TR  Pearland, TX/LA Tech

Jay Maclin                   WR      5-11     185      Fr.-TR   Kirkwood, MO/Missouri

Cam Robertson           DE        6-4       230      Fr.-HS  Plano, TX/HS

Dameon Smallwood   OL        6-5       310      Fr.-HS  Denison, TX/HS

Jax Van Zandt              LB        6-1       200      Fr.-HS  Alabaster, AL/Thompson HS

Ethan Wesloski           LB        6-2       225      Fr.-HS  McKinney, TX/Boyd HS



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Stone Earle

QB, 6-2, 203

Keller, Texas/Abilene Christian

Prior to UNT: Spent two seasons at Abilene Christian … played in nine games with eight starts during 2020 and 2021 seasons … started first seven games of 2021 season before suffering injury … passed for 1,216 yards and 13 touchdowns with only four interceptions … rushed for 120 yards and two scores … played in two games in 2020 and preserved redshirt … saw first collegiate action against Army … completed 19-of-31 passes for 150 yards and a touchdown against Virginia … trip to UVA was first career start


High School: Prepped at Birdville High in North Richland Hills, Texas … played for coach Lon Holbrook … helped team to 9-4 record as a senior … All-District honoree … passed for 2,526 yards and 36 touchdowns … also rushed for three scores … had 2,742 passing yards during junior season with 31 touchdowns and five rushing scores … voted team captain


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Qualan Farrar

RB, 5-7, 180

Dallas, Texas/South Oak Cliff HS


High School: Starred for coach Jason Todd at South Oak Cliff High School in Dallas … helped team to a 14-1 record and trip to 5A-II championship game … rushed for 980 yards and 16 touchdowns as a senior … played sophomore and junior seasons at Dallas Skyline … rushed for 460 yards and a touchdown as a junior … also had 15 receptions for 166 yards and one score … Earned Texas District 8-6A Sophomore of the Year honors in 2019 while at Skyline … helped Skyline to a 7-4 record and a first-round playoff appearance in the Texas 6A D-I bracket … also runs track … rated three stars by 247 Sports … No. 180 in Texas … three-star prospect according to Rivals … earned three-star rating from ESPN … No. 207 in state … No. 50 in Dallas Morning-News Top 100 … picked UNT over Houston, Kansas and Missouri



JD Head

QB, 6-2, 181

Pearland, Texas/LA Tech


Prior to UNT: Played two seasons at LA Tech … played in four games in 2021 with two starts … passed for 559 yards and six touchdowns … completed 47-of-88 passes … also rushed for two scores … passed for career-high 270 yards and three touchdowns in season finale start against Rice … named to 2021 CUSA Commissioner’s Honor Roll … Saw action in two games as a freshman in 2020 … Made Bulldog debut at TCU (12/12) … Was 9-for-14 passing for 78 yards and an interception … Longest pass of the season went for 20 yards against Georgia Southern at the R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl (12/23).


High School: Prepped at Pearland High School for coach Ricky Tullos … earned three-star rating by 247 Sports and Rivals … 18 TD and only one interception as a senior … As a junior, guided Pearland to a 10-0 regular season mark - claiming the District 23-6A Championship … Led the district in passing going 154-of-235 for 2,261 yards and 24 touchdowns with just six interceptions.



Jay Maclin

WR, 5-11, 185

Kirkwood, Mo./Missouri


Prior to UNT: Played two seasons at Missouri … saw action in three games as a freshman in 2020 … totaled one reception for five yards … did not play in 2021 due to injury


High School: Starred at Kirkwood (Mo.) High School for coach Todd Stevener … three-star wideout prospect by all the major recruiting services … Rivals rated him as the state’s No. 12 overall prospect at any position … 247Sports rated him as the state’s No. 10 prospect at any position … Posted 37 catches for 677 yards and eight touchdowns as a senior, averaging 18.3 yards per catch, and was hurt for much of the year, limiting his production … Caught 45 passes for 762 yards and nine scores as a junior … As a sophomore, he hauled in 27 catches for 509 yards and five scores …  During his freshman season, he posted four catches for 81 yards … He finished his high school career with 113 catches for 2,029 yards and 22 touchdowns … Is the cousin of former All-American and eight-year NFL veteran Jeremy Maclin, who posted 6,835 receiving yards, 49 touchdowns, two 1,000-yard seasons and a Pro Bowl nod in 2014 at the game’s highest level … Out of high school, chose Mizzou over offers from Arizona State, Indiana, Iowa, Iowa State, Kansas and Kentucky

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Cam Robertson

DE, 6-4, 230

Plano, Texas/HS


High School: Played at Plano High School for coach Todd Ford … finished season with 77 tackles, 11.5 sack and more than 30 TFL … Played at Plano (Texas) John Paul II prior to his senior season … 82 tackles, 11 sacks and 14 TFL as a sophomore … had 52 tackles and nine sacks during freshman season … earned three-star rating from 247 Sports … No. 162 in Texas … No. 66 edge defender nationally … Rivals ranks as three stars … three-star ranking from ESPN … No. 180 in Texas … No. 100 defensive end in country … No. 60 in Dallas Morning-News Top 100 … selected UNT over Arizona State and Boise State

 Dameon Smallwood-Brooks (@SmallwoodDameon) / Twitter


Dameon Smallwood

OL, 6-5, 310

Denison, Texas/HS


High School: Prepped at Denison High School under coach Brent Whitson …. Led team to 7-4 record … first team all-district pick following junior and senior seasons … three-star prospect according to ESPN … rated No. 228 in Texas … Rivals rates as three stars … Earned three-star ranking from 247 Sports … No. 219 in Texas … also played basketball … picked UNT over Liberty and New Mexico



Jax Van Zandt

LB, 6-1, 200

Alabaster, Ala./Thompson HS


High School: Starred at Thompson High School in Alabaster, Ala. for coach Mark Freeman … helped team to 13-1 record and Class 7A state championship as a senior … totaled 15 tackles for loss and four sacks as part of 85 total tackles… selected for Alabama-Mississippi All-Star Game … second team All-County honoree … 102 tackles and 10.5 TFL as a junior … helped team to perfect 14-0 record and a state title … also won state title as a sophomore … finished with 79 tackles and 9.5 TFL in 2019 … rated three stars by 247 Sports … No. 68 player in Alabama … ESPN’s No. 59 player in Alabama … enrolling early in January 2022 … picked UNT over UAB and Maryland


 John Wesloski (@coachjwes) / Twitter

Ethan Wesloski

LB, 6-2, 225

McKinney, Texas/Boyd HS


High School: Prepped at McKinney Boyd High School for coach Joe McBride …. Helped team to 8-3 record in 2021 … finished with 146 tackles, 17 sacks and 42 TFL … also had nine forced fumbles and two interceptions … academic all-district … had 140 tackles, 12 TFL and four sacks in 2020 … named district defensive player of the year … also an all-district baseball player … selected UNT over Air Force and Navy


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DENTON, Texas – Five new additions signed to play for UNT Football and join the program as members of the Class of 2022, head coach Seth Littrell announced Wednesday.
"We are excited to add some really talented guys to our roster," Littrell said. "We feel like we were able to fill some needs today and added depth. We are far from finished at this point. Like I said in December, we still have a few spots available and will be aggressive in adding the right players that fit our program through the transfer portal over the next few months."
All five of the signees hail from the state of Texas, including three from the DFW area and two from metro Houston. Four of the signees are high school players, along with one junior college transfer.
Wednesday's signees feature two defensive backs, two offensive linemen and a defensive lineman.
UNT previously signed 13 high school players and transfers during the December window with nine joining the roster for Spring 2022. The Mean Green open spring practice on Friday, March 4.


Name Pos. Ht. Wt. Class Hometown/Previous
Moh Bilitiy DB 6-2 183 Fr.-HS Dallas, TX/North Dallas HS
Samora Ezekiel OL 6-5 285 Fr.-HS Fort Worth, TX/Paschal HS
Kaghen Roach DL 6-5 265 So.-JC Celina, TX/Blinn College
Howard Sampson OL 6-7 325 Fr.-HS Humble, TX/HS
Patrick Smith DB 5-9 178 Fr.-HS Sugar Land, TX/Clements HS

Moh Bility
DB, 6-2, 183
Dallas, Texas/North Dallas HS
High School: Starred at North Dallas High School for coach Bobby Estes … first team all-district as a junior and senior … also ran track … won district championship in 110m hurdles in 2021 … rated three stars by 247 Sports … No. 245 in Texas … rated three stars by Dave Campbell's Texas Football … as a junior, helped North Dallas High to first playoff appearance since 1952 … had 21 tackles, 2.0 TFL and three interceptions in 2020 … first Division I signee from high school in nearly 20 years … picked UNT over Rice
Samora Ezekiel
OL, 6-5, 285
Fort Worth, Texas/Paschal HS
High School: Played at Paschal High School for coach John Killough … first team All-District honoree at tackle … more than 30 pancakes during his senior season … named second team all-district following his junior season … picked UNT over Tulsa
Kaghen Roach
DL, 6-5, 265
Celina, TX/Blinn College
Prior to UNT: Played one season at Blinn College in Brenham, Texas for coach Ryan Mahon … finished with 32 tackles, 14.0 TFL and 6.5 sacks … 2021 SWJCFC All-Conference pick … spent the 2020 season at Army … played the 2019 season at Fork Union Military Academy ... prepped at Celina High School for coach Bill Elliott … helped team to 7-5 record as a senior … finished senior season with 66 tackles, 16 hurries, 22 tackles for loss, one forced fumble, two forced fumble recoveries, 11.5 sacks and three interceptions … first team all-area selection … honorable mention all-state … also participated in track and field … rated three stars by 247 Sports out of high school … chose UNT over UTEP and TCU
Howard Sampson
OL, 6-7, 325
Humble, TX/HS
Prior to UNT: Played at Humble High School for coach Marcus Schulz … named second team All-District … helped team to 11 wins as a sophomore … chose UNT over Texas State and Texas Tech
Patrick Smith
DB, 5-9, 178
Sugar Land, TX/Clements HS
High School: Prepped at Fort Bend Clements High School in Sugar Land, Texas for coach Bobby Darnell … Helped team to 7-4 record in 2021 … Led team to first playoff appearance since 2007 … Named Texas District 20-6A Offensive MVP as a senior … Selected first-team all-district selection at both WR and S … Had 62 tackles with seven pass breakups, two forced fumbles, one fumble recovery and two interceptions … Added two kick return touchdowns … On offense, had 49 receptions for 890 yards and 10 touchdowns … had more than 1,300 all-purpose yards and 13 total touchdowns … Had 42 tackles and two interceptions as a junior … rated three stars by Dave Campbell's Texas Football … earned three-star rating from ESPN … No. 229 in Texas … picked UNT over San Diego State, Air Force and Army

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