Friday, November 06, 2009

Some future Bulldogs

It is still early in the recruiting process but Yale is off to a solid start with six committed players who have been accepted into the school.

Here's a look at the first six recruits for the Yale football Class of 2014.

Kyle Aberton, DB 5-10 175 Cottonwood High School, Murray, Utah: Had 72 tackles and five interceptions as a junior

Chris Brady, DB 6-0, 190 Don Bosco Prep, Ramsey, N.J.: One of top defensive players for No. 2 ranked in USA Today national poll, he had key interception against rival Bergen Catholic

John Oppenheimer, OL/DL 6-0 250 Sacred Heart Prep, Atherton, Calif.: Two-way starting lineman helped squad average more than 350 rushing yards per game

Grant Stanley, DE 6-foot-5, 230 pounds San Joaquin Memorial, Fresno, Calif. Averaging about five tackles a game for 7-1 team

John Whitelaw, QB 6-2, 180 Hinsdale (Ill.) Central: Accounted for more than 3,000 yards of total offense and 35 touchdowns as a senior

Kyle Wittenauer, TE/DL 6-4, 240, St. Christopher’s, Richmond, Va.: Averaging more than 25 yards per reception and drew plenty of interest from BCS schools as a long snapper.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

They need lots of linemen, especially OLs. There are only one soph and one frosh on the 2-deep list of a very weak OL, and there are only 3OLs in the entire frosh class! This spells trouble ahead, unless they get some real studs in this recruiting class.

4:09 PM 
Blogger Jim Fuller said...

Recruiting offensive linemen is a priority but it is sometimes easier said than done. Considering the number of very good defensive linemen, don't be surprised if one or two move over to offense before spring practice starts.

11:01 PM 

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