Kyle Mai, an all-conference defensive back from Lewiston, Idaho, has signed a letter of intent with Rocky Mountain College's football program.
The 5-foot-11, 180-pound Mai was an all-5A Inland Empire League performer last season. Rocky coach Brian Armstrong said the Battlin' Bears will use him at the safety position.
Besides Mai, Rocky has also signed linebackers Jared Keeling of Billings Skyview and Tony Degel of Twin Bridges.
The 6-foot, 215-pound Degel was an all-Southern C lineman on offense and defense for the Falcons.
Keeling (6-0, 220) played on both offense and defense for Skyview.
"It's a great group of student-athletes," Armstrong said of his latest signings. "They're hard workers who come from good high school programs.
"It's always great to get another Billings guy, and Tony has been to our camp in the summer. Kyle comes from Lewiston where (current Rocky cornerback) Ridge Fuentes is from. He's a very competitive kid."