Head coach David Shaw, OLB Alex Debniak, QB Josh Nunes and OG Dillon Bonnell talk between Washington State win, upcoming game at Colorado
2012 (JUNIOR):Backup offensive guard switched from jersey No. 75 to an eligible No. 96 this year while playing the "Ogre" U-back position in Stanford's offense...powerful blocker at the point of attack...played all 13 games and started two games.
2011 (SOPHOMORE): Did not see action.
2010 (FRESHMAN): Did not see action.
HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA: Graduated from ThunderRidge High School in Highlands Ranch, Colo....played for head coach Joe Johnson...four-star recruit by Rivals.com...listed as the 30th-best offensive guard in the nation by ESPNU.com...listed 31st and 37th, respectively, among the top offensive tackles in the country by Rivals.com and Scout.com...rated as the fourth-best prospect in Colorado...earned two varsity letters...was limited to just one game as a senior due to injury...5A all-state selection as a junior...also earned All-Southern League first-team honors...first team all-academic selection, as well...helped ThunderRidge to back-to-back Southern League titles...also lettered in baseball...originally attended Rock Canyon High School before transferring to ThunderRidge as a sophomore...parents are Glenn and Zilla Bonnell...has one younger brother, Quinton...his father played baseball at Mesa State College and his uncle Doug Bonnell played basketball at Idaho State...full name is Dillon Thomas Bonnell...born in Valencia, Calif...majoring in science, technology & society (innovation, technology & organizations).