Tuesday, April 14, 2009

Yale recruit makes national team

Kurt Stottlemyer, a defensive back from Bothell, Wash. who will enroll at Yale in the fall, is one of 45 high school seniors selected to the U.S. team which will compete at the 2009 IFAF Junior World Championship in Canton, Ohio on July 5.

Here is the comp;ete team and coaching staff:
Player High School Pos. Ht. Wt. Hometown College
Oday Aboushi Brooklyn (N.Y.) Xaverian OL 6-6 300 Brooklyn, N.Y. Virginia
Robert Bell East Grand Rapids LB 6-0 222 Grand Rapids, Mich. Toledo
Kevin Cummings Culver City (Calif.) Crespi WR 6-2 180 Encino, Calif. Oregon State
Zach Cutkomp West Des Moines Valley RB 5-11 185 West Des Moines, Iowa Northern Iowa
Jamal Davis Coral Springs (Fla.) Charter WR 6-3 185 Coral Springs, Fla. Florida Atlantic
Aaron Dobson South Charleston (W.Va.) WR 6-3 185 Dunbar, W.Va. Marshall
Tariq Edwards Marlboro (S.C.) County LB 6-3 215 Cheraw, S.C. Virginia Tech
A.J. Ferguson South Brunswick (N.C.) DE 6-3 250 Southport, N.C. N.C. State
Brian Fields New Castle (Del.) William Penn RB 5-9 190 New Castle, Del. Western Michigan
Noel Grigsby Los Angeles Crenshaw WR 5-11 175 Los Angeles, Calif. San Jose State
James Hall Las Cruces (N.M.) RB 5-8 170 Las Cruces, N.M. New Mexico St.
Chris Henderson Dallas Carter DT 6-1 280 Dallas, Texas Texas A&M
Pat Hinkel Cleveland St. Ignatius S 6-1 190 Cleveland, Ohio Miami (Ohio)
Storm Klein Licking Valley (Ohio) LB 6-2 225 Newark, Ohio Ohio State
Corey Lillard Bealeton (Va.) Liberty S 5-11 205 Remington, Va. Virginia
Mike Loftus Anaheim (Calif.) Servite P/K 6-2 190 Anaheim, Calif. SMU
Erik Lora Miami Christopher Columbus WR 5-11 175 Miami, Fla. Eastern Illinois
Jordan Lynch Chicago Mount Carmel S 6-2 205 Chicago, Ill. Northern Illinois
J.R. McConico Venice (Calif.) CB 5-9 175 Los Angeles, Calif. SMU
Jack Mewhort Toledo (Ohio) St. John’s C 6-6 285 Toledo, Ohio Ohio State
Khaled Mheisen Detroit Central Catholic DL 6-5 290 Detroit, Mich. Undecided
Chris Norman Detroit Renaissance LB 6-2 225 Detroit, Mich. Michigan State
Matthew Page East Chicago Central OL 6-6 300 East Chicago, Ill. Ball State
Chris Payne Columbia (S.C) S 5-10 173 Columbia, S.C. South Carolina
Bryce Petty Midlothian (Texas) QB 6-3 220 Midlothian, Texas Baylor
John Plasencia Tampa Jesuit TE 6-5 245 Tampa, Fla. Northwestern
Jordan Poyer Astoria (Ore.) CB 6-1 180 Astoria, Ore. Oregon State
Tevin Reese Temple (Texas) WR 5-11 160 Temple, Texas Baylor
Micajah Reynolds Lansing (Mich.) Sexton G 6-5 310 Lansing, Mich. Michigan State
Jordan Roussos Carlynton (Pa.) DE 6-4 240 Carnegie, Pa. Bowling Green
Bryce Schwindt Columbine (Colo.) OL 6-3 280 Littleton, Colo. Northern Colorado
Brian Smith Cuyahoga Falls (Ohio) Walsh Jesuit OL 6-7 277 Medina, Ohio Northwestern
Kurt Stottlemyer Bothell (Wash.) S 5-10 165 Bothell, Wash. Yale
Evan Swindall LaFayette (Ga.) C 6-3 290 LaFayette, Ga. Mississippi
David Wilson Danville (Va.) George Washington RB 5-11 192 Danville, Va. Virginia Tech
Nick Zachery Sheridan (Ind.) CB 6-1 200 Sheridan, Ind. Indiana

USA Football’s Junior National Team Coaching Staff:
COACH POSITION HIGH SCHOOL
Chuck Kyle Head Coach Cleveland St. Ignatius
Steve Specht Defensive Coordinator Cincinnati St. Xavier
Gary Swenson Offensive Coordinator West Des Moines (Iowa) Valley
Tom Bainter Running Backs Bothell (Wash.)
Marcus Boyles Wide Receivers Wayne County (Miss.)
Ed Croson Offensive Line West Hills (Calif.) Chaminade
Jeremy Gold Defensive Line Ann Arbor (Mich.) Pioneer
Frank Lenti Offensive Line Chicago Mount Carmel
Chris Merritt Defensive Backs Miami Christopher Columbus
Allen Wilson Linebackers Dallas Carter

2 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey Jim,

Where is the Athletics Department on the additional phases of the Yale Bowl renovation? Have they begun the field center and the entry plaza yet? If so, what's the planned completion date? If not, when are they planning on starting these projects.

Thanks,
Matt

7:33 PM 
Anonymous banburysixty said...

Look for Travis Henry and Adam Money to make big contributions to the defence this year. At times a ferocious tackler last season, Henry has the talent te be All-Ivy. Rich 60

7:57 PM 

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