Cal State Fullerton signed 21 more players to national letters of intent Wednesday, bringing its total football signings to 28.
Among the three high school players who signed with Fullerton is Mike Kent, a 6-foot 7-inch, 208-pound tight end from Esperanza High School, whose brother Bob Kent also played for the Titans.
The great majority of players Fullerton signed are from community colleges--players Fullerton hopes can contribute immediately.
"These are all people we think can win for us," said Gene Murphy, Titan coach. "The fact that we have so many (community college players) will allow us to have an intense preseason orientation. . . . One thing about high school kids is you bring them in and give them a basic understanding of your program. These junior college kids have to play for us."
Fullerton, after losing the core of its experienced offensive line last season, emphasized the offensive line in recruiting. The Titans got nine offensive linemen, including three tight ends.