Tuesday, December 23, 2014

Recruiting update

Here is a look at some players that should be headed to Yale next season, pending acceptance. DE Jamison Hale of California and WR/TE John Lager of Minnesota are the latest names added to the list...

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

Jamison Hale, DT, 6-5, 260, Fresno, California: Also had offers from San Diego and UNLV. VIDEO

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


John Lager, WR/TE, 6-5, 230, St. Louis Park, Minnesota: Drew interest from several Ivy League schools, along with Army. VIDEO

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

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

Jacob Van De Grift, OT, 6-5, 290, San Diego, California: Athletic and should bolster Bulldogs up front. 
VIDEO

Jimmy Wilkins, SS/WR, 6-4, 200, Frisco, Texas: Wilkins was a 9-5A first-team all-district selection this past season. VIDEO

19 Comments:

Anonymous Ray Yale Football Fan said...

CHunn,

Thankx for the update. I believe Van de Grift's weight is 290 lbs.
Also, there are a few more who have been accepted to Yale. However, I am having difficulty identifying their names.
Happy Holidays!

10:26 PM 
Anonymous Ray Yale Football Fan said...

BGA noted that Dartmouth has 12 recruits for football.

4:48 PM 
Anonymous Ray Yale Football Fan said...

Jack Bates to Harvard!

11:35 AM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Jack Bates is a big loss. I saw him on Harvard sideline at "the game". There were several of the Yale coaches that left their drills to run over and shake his hand. You could not miss Jack. He is 6'8.5 and 270. I don't think I have seen coaches stop in the middle of warmups and run to the opposing teams recruits and single out a kid. He must have been a huge recruit.

Harvard has had a monster recruiting class, and they have beat us on several of our top recruits. They seem to be getting all of the players they want to have so many commitments already.

8:31 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Harvard's dominance in Harvard and Basketball compared to the rest of the league has been a peculiar trend over the past few years, and it all starts before the games are even played during recruiting season. Top teams like Alabama and Oregon consistently do well despite losses of their top players to the NFL because their rosters are studded with top players who can easily make up for any losses. Yale is doing quite decently in pulling players right now compared to the rest of the league, but Harvard is at another level altogether. Their incoming class is comparable to an FBS school roster.

9:27 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Their incoming class in not comparable to an FBS roster. You have no idea what you are talking about 9:27.

7:22 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Guess what? harvard hockey 4 th in the country. whats next baseball ?BOY ARE WE BEHIND THE 8 BALL.

7:27 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yes, and Yale beat them last month at Harvard.

10:23 AM 
Anonymous Ray Yale Football Fan said...

Yale Recruit:

Peter Firestone, O/L, 6' 6", 260 lbs. Lawrenceville Prep School, Lawrenceville ,NJ.

2:47 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thank God Harvard didn't want Firestone!

3:10 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Bo Hines, top pass catcher at NC State as true frosh, transferring to Yale.

10:04 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Google '15 Yale commit WR Kyle Marcinick, just named to All USA Ohio team on Christmas day. This kid will be a serious weapon. More great things on the way for the Bulldogs!

11:55 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Wow Marcinick '14 season video is very impressive!

11:57 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"Boy are we behind the 8 ball." ]What are you talking about. Yale won hockey National Championship just two years ago - before Harvard ever did in modern times. And we're behind the eight ball? So sad. TROLL.

9:54 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Marcinik is a sleeper. He and Hines could go a long way in helping replace Randall/Wallace production.

http://www.hudl.com/v/D5LpT

9:58 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Didn't Harvard win the hockey National Championship in the late 80's, or is that not considered "modern times"?

8:17 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Harvard SUCKS,did'nt you know that
.? I even knew Harvard sucks.!!
So I guess you really SUCK

8:40 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Correct. For the purposes of this blog, given the dramatic recent shifts in athletic programs, the late '80s is not considered "modern times."

2:00 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Any news on Dario Highsmith CT QB/RB who had previously said he had Yale offer?

6:54 PM 

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