Paul Senn, a linebacker from Riverside City College in Riverside, Calif., signed a national letter of intent to join the Bowling Green football team.
Senn will enter school at the start of spring semester in January. He will have two years of eligibility remaining.
Senn originally signed with New Mexico State out of Norco High School in Norco, Calif., in 2009. Senn redshirted with the Aggies, then transferred to Riverside City College. He saw limited action at Riverside his first year on campus, making 13 tackles in nine games.
Last season Senn played in 11 games for Riverside and finished with 63 tackles, including 45 solo stops, and added eight tackles for loss. Senn was named second team on the All-Southern California Football Association National Division Central Conference team.
"With Dwayne Woods graduating, we wanted to make sure we have depth at linebacker," coach Dave Clawson said. "We have some guys coming back that we are excited about, but we just wanted to throw an older player into the mix.
"Part of it is Jhilil-Nashid Croley, a player we recruited as a linebacker, is going to end up playing defensive end for us. We had a little bit of a hole [at linebacker] in terms of depth, and so we're very excited about Paul.
"Coach [Clark] Lea had a little history with him, having looked at him while [coach] was at UCLA. We liked his film and really enjoyed him on his visit here."
As a senior at Norco High School in 2009, Senn posted 124 tackles,including 87 solo stops. He also had 4.5 sacks, a pair of interceptions and two forced fumbles as he helped the Cougars post an 11-2 record and undefeated 7-0 mark in league play, earning first team all-league honors as a senior and second team all-league notice as a junior.