Offensive linemen Kael Giebink of Billings Senior and Weston Marsh of Billings Central have signed letters of intent to play football at Rocky Mountain College.
The 6-foot-2, 275-pound Giebink suffered a broken ankle and missed most of last season with the Broncs, Rocky coach Brian Armstrong said.
"He's a local guy that we've had our eyes on for a while," Armstrong said. "We've had him in our camps. He lives just down the street from Rocky.
"His senior season was cut short because of a broken ankle, but he's having a heck of a year so far in wrestling and we're excited to get him here and get him going."
Giebink is one of the top-rated heavyweight wrestlers in the Class AA this season.
The 6-1, 260-pound Marsh played on both the offensive and defensive lines for the Rams, who advanced to the State A championship game for the seventh consecutive year.
He was a standout player at Frenchtown before transferring to Central for his senior season.
"He did a heck of a job for them playing both ways," Armstrong said of Marsh. "He's another guy that we've had at our camp."
Marsh was an all--state and all-conference selection for the Rams and chosen to play on the offensive line in this summer's Montana East-West Shrine Game in Laurel.