Tuesday, October 14, 2014

Recruiting news

Here is a look at some players that should be headed to Yale next season, pending acceptance.

Jackson Keimig, H-Back, 6-3, 220, Bothell, Washington: Received offers from a handful of Ivy League schools along with Idaho, Montana and Montana State among others. VIDEO

Kyle Marcinick, WR, 6-1, 185, Dublin, Ohio: Also had interest from Northwestern, Toledo and Youngstown State. VIDEO

Hunter Roman, DE, 6-5, 205, New London: Register All-State honorable mention pick last season. Received interest from Boston College, UConn and Central Connecticut State. VIDEO

Daniel Bailey, RB/DE, 6-3, 254, San Juan Capistrano, California: Turned down offers from UCLA and Duke. Rivals lists Bailey as a two-star recruit. VIDEO

Tre Moore, Ath., 6-3, 180, St. Louis, Missouri: Chose Yale over Princeton and Cornell. Schools like Syracuse, Indiana and Notre Dame also showed interest. VIDEO

Ian Baker, DE, 6-4, 225, North Canton Ohio: Playing OL and DE at Hoover. VIDEO



25 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

The lies continue to mount. Bailey "turned down UCLA and Duke". I believe that as much as Wilmot stepping down for personal reasons. Hes not ranked on 247 and shows no offers on rivals. When did UCLA start offering 2 star players?

2:10 PM 
Blogger Chunn said...

http://www.ocvarsity.com/articles/bailey-75476-state-jserra.html

2:12 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

2:10 You ARE AN IDIOT,It means you are stupid.
Small you later
Jon Harris

2:21 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

ocvaristy.com truly a credible source.

2:35 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

no rivals link?

2:35 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

2:10PM you ARE an idiot. UCLA has plenty of 2 star scholarship players on their roster you moron.

2:46 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

http://sports.yahoo.com/footballrecruiting/football/recruiting/commitments/2015/85-64

2:58 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

http://sports.yahoo.com/footballrecruiting/football/recruiting/commitments/2014/85-64

2:58 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I agree with 2:46 PM. 2:10 PM you are an idiot.

And here’s to you other idiots that bashed Reno in the pre-season saying he gives false “offers” to kids. It looks as though all the Ivy League schools do the same considering Jackson Keming had “offers” from a “handful of Ivy League schools”. Unless of course your idiot morons think Reno is “offering” kids to other Ivy schools.

Dummies, an Ivy League offer is a guaranteed roster spot and some slight admissions help if needed, and that is all.

Until you can get some good factual information to argue about, positive or negative, keep your mouth shut. Saying that Reno “complain about the grass field” or is “cocky” or that he “doesn’t treat his coaches well” or “doesn’t like his seniors” is all a bunch of opinionated moronic nonsense. Make a good argument backed with information if you are going to refute what he is doing or talk against him. No one has a problem with that. Intelligent debate is always welcomed here; both positive and negative. Not non-factual uninformed whining.

TNC

3:02 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

2013 - 1 2-star recruit with full scholarship offer

2012 - 3 2-star recruits with full scholarship offers

2012 - 3 2-star recruits with full scholarship offers

2:10PM - Moronic idiot

3:08 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

3:02 Now you see why I am the way I am.It seems the more true facts are the more they try to refute it.
Go Bulldogs Jon Harris

3:12 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Why wouldn't UCLA or Duke report the offer to Rivals or 247. Kids a liar.

3:38 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Scout.com doesn't even have the kid listed as a prospect.

3:40 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

3:38 Better to say nothing,to appear smart,than to open ones mouth and remove all doubt.
Hiyah Jon Harris

4:15 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Schools do not report offers to those sites. It is illegal for a school to publicly talk about a player. 247 rivals and espn state offers through players and coaches reporting them.

2:34 AM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Schools do not report offers to those sites. It is illegal for a school to publicly talk about a player. 247 rivals and espn state offers through players and coaches reporting them.

2:34 AM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

As a parent of 2 College football players I can tell you there is nothing fun about the recruiting process. its confusing for the kids, parents, High School Coaches,etc. A lot of hype and promises, all over the place. Calling out a HS kid as a liar is pretty over the top! Calling out Reno with out including your name, LOSER!

11:23 AM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hearing a big recruit out of Georgia is heavily interested in Yale. He has offers from Georgia, Florida State and USC but will not report the offers. stay tuned.

11:51 AM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Lets clear this argument up. The recruiting process is littered with lies, promises and can be very confusing. Kids are lied to all the time. Rivals, scout and 247 sports, ESPN make a living off of reporting news on high school football and basketball recruiting. They have accurate information and get it straight from the football admin at the schools, street agents, high school coaches, media, local reporters. With twitter nothing is a secret anymore. If all four of those sites are not showing an offer, you dont have one. very simple.

12:13 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

12:13 PM it is easy to be an “authority” when you don’t identify yourself. NO coaches report offers to Rivals. These offers are all posted by players and coaches. There have been many kids that have been made offers and taken them that have not appeared on rivals in the last few years.

That misinformation makes you about as credible as someone’s next door neighbor or someone working the drive thru at Dunkin Donuts.

Very simple.

12:49 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

My son has offers and some of them don't show up on any of the recruiting sites.

10:32 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I've also noticed that some of those sites have him as "interested" in schools that he has had no contact with whatsoever, while leaving off schools that he was being extensively recruited by. Just FYI.....

10:37 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

These lads look like a good foundation for next year.
Go Bulldogs Jon Harris

4:37 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Between 8-12 "commits" for Yale 2014 on the 3 most prominent sites. Several non-overlaps players, including several who have started this year as freshmen. Eventually, 30+ players matriculate. No one could reasonably make a judgment about a class based on 6 commits. The sites for the Ivy League (not exactly their priority) are obviously not that reliable. We are not in the SEC. Then men who play for Yale will succeed beyond football. We should admire them for their play, for who they are, and for their futures.

10:28 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

http://www.ocregister.com/articles/bailey-638488-league-jserra.html

6:18 PM 

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