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Inside Linebacker
6-3 / 220 / Freshman
North Salt Lake, Utah
Woods Cross HS


Attends Woods Cross (Utah) High School...played for head coach Justin Spencer...will depart in June for two-year LDS church mission in Benin...slated to return and enroll at Stanford in 2015...rated as a four-star recruit by and as the 21st best safety in the nation by PrepStar and 22nd by nationally as the 36th best outside linebacker by and 40th by the 23rd best athlete in the nation by to the Western 100 by the Tacoma News Tribune...slotted as the second overall prospect in Utah by and third by, and a PrepStar All-American...selected to play in the Offense-Defense All-American Bowl and the Semper Fidelis All-American Bowl...two-time 4A First-Team All-State by both the Desert News and Salt Lake Tribune in 2011 and 2012...five-time Player of the Week...earned four varsity letters while playing safety, outside linebacker, running back, receiver and tight end...led school in 2012 to first 4A Regional Co-Championship in 19 years...had 1,097 yards rushing (8.6 yards/carry) and 443 yards receiving (29.5 yards/reception) while scoring 14 touchdowns as a senior on offense...made 62 tackles, seven tackles for loss, six sacks, four forced fumbles and six pass breakups as a senior on defense...totaled 416 yards rushing and 903 yards receiving with 22 touchdowns as a junior on offense...made 119 tackles, 15 tackles for loss, six sacks, two interceptions and one interception-return touchdown as a junior on defense...registered career totals of 3,846 yards offense and 43 touchdowns plus 222 tackles, 36 tackles for loss, 15 sacks and 17 pass breakups...also lettered in basketball and track...named First-Team All-State in track as a junior...won 4A Region VI 100 meter championship in 2012...parents are Carl and Leslie Barton...has one older brother, Dane...born in Bountiful, Utah...full name is Sean William Barton.

Why I chose Stanford:
“There’s no other place in the world where you can get a top notch education and play BCS football at the top level.”

What I like most about Coach Shaw:
“He cares about the players. He always has your best intentions at heart, and he commands the team without having to scream constantly.”