Monday, September 01, 2008

Training camp report

With a full week of full-contact practice in the books, the player who has made the biggest splash is sophomore quarterback Brook Hart. Among the other skill position players who have impressed the coaches are junior running back Brandon Scott, junior receiver Reid Lathan and sophomore tight end Chris Blohm.

On defense, the biggest question mark heading into camp was the defensive line so Yale fans should be happy to hear that senior nose guard Joe Hathaway and junior defensive tackle Tom McCarthy have been impressive while sophomores Joe Young and Patrick Moran and senior Shane Jones have made substantial strides.

Yale's two-deep chart is undergoing regular alterations and won't be set until after Friday's scrimmage at Princeton.

With the release of tight end Nate Lawrie by the Cincinnati Bengals last week and tight end Eric Johnson being waived when the New Orleans Saints acquired Jeremy Shockey, there are no Yale players on NFL rosters for the first time since 1995.


Blogger dirk said...

Lawrie got signed in Baltimore with the Ravens' practice squad.

6:29 AM 

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