Wednesday, January 25, 2012

A little recruiting update

Can't really file this under the "new recrui" category since I reported on Junipero Serra High of San Mateo, Calif. lineman Luke Longinotti being committed to Yale back in August. But since recent mentions of Longinotti listed him as undecided, I contacted his high school coach Patrick Walsh who said "yes, Yale is his choice still."

Longinotti is listed as being 6-4 and 270 pounds and was named the WPAL Defensive Lineman of the Year after recording 53 tackles and five sacks as a senior.

Counting the recent commitment of tight end Stephen Buric out of Easlake High in Tarpon Springs, Fla., that is 19 known commitments for Yale.

7 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Jim, how does this recruiting class, so far, compare to previous years? Any update on the QB transfer from UT?

2:41 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Austin Reuland, 6-0, 210, "all purpose standout" at Mission Viejo, committed to Yale, per his coach in the Orange County Register blog.

3:06 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Jim - Any rumors on QB's? None so far this year or last.

4:28 PM 
Blogger Jim Fuller said...

thanks for the info on Austin Reuland.

As for high school QBs, I know Eric Williams is at the top of the list and James Few out of Plant, Florida has listed Yale among his top three schools. I don't have any updates on potential transfers.

4:42 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Looks like Williams is headed to Yale!

http://www.scoutingohio.com/index.php?option=com_comprofiler&task=userProfile&user=7642&Itemid=85&name=ewilliams12

6:12 AM 
Blogger Jim Fuller said...

Yahoo's recruiting database lists him as committed to Yale as well. When I heard back from his high school coach or see a link to a story, I'll add him to the list.

11:03 AM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yale is held up as this bastion of “Honor and integrity” Tell me, where is the Honor in how coach reno is treating Coach Williams Recruits?

8:41 AM 

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