Erik Sharpe of Hardin will be joining the Rocky Mountain College football program in the fall.
In announcing the signing, Rocky coach Brian Armstrong said the Battlin' Bears will be looking to use the 6-foot-1, 200-pound Sharpe at outside linebacker or defensive end.
He was an honorable mention all-Eastern A fullback for the Bulldogs last fall.
"He's got a good frame," Armstrong said. "We should be able to pack some pounds on him. He's an all-conference guy. He played offense and defense, so he's a guy that can play a multitude of positions, depending on how he fills out."
Rocky has also signed 5-11, 215-pound linebacker/defensive lineman Keenan Hendricksen of Florence.
"He's got a heck of a motor," Armstrong said. "He's a kid that loves to play football. You watch him on film, it doesn't matter where he is going. He is getting there in a hurry."
Hendricksen also placed fifth at 220 pounds at the recent state wrestling tournament in Billings.