Monday, February 02, 2015

Daniel James turns down Vanderbilt, sticks with Yale

Highly recruited DL Daniel James recently turned down a scholarship to Vanderbilt and will stick with his commitment to Yale, according Nola.com.

"Since freshman year, I always said that I would commit right away if Vanderbilt offered me," James told Nola.com. "But after building a relationship with my Yale coaches, future teammates and members on the team now, I feel like there is no better place than to be in New Haven, (Conn.), next year.

11 Comments:

Anonymous Mark said...

GREAT NEWS!!!!!

8:29 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

You wonder what Reno sold this kid on. Lots of false promises and lies.

11:45 AM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

11:45 why are you so callous.?
Get a life.

2:05 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Poor, pitiful, 11:45, What did mean ole Tony Reno do to you? We can't wait to hear.

4:29 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Why so secretive on Hall walking out the front door on Reno? any chance wilmot is over his personal issues?

5:59 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hall got a DUI before last years Princeton game. He didn't coach either Princeton or Harvard.

10:53 AM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey guys, look on the bright side, the trolls only come out when good things are happening recruiting-wise.

3:22 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Reno probably sold him on having a Yale degree versus having a Vanderbilt degree at the end of the day. What a horrible man Reno is, encouraging a kid to choose to go to Yale.

11:45 = IDIOT

6:28 PM 
Anonymous BLUEBOY said...

HAY ANONYMOUS YOUR A REAL ASS. YOUR NOTHING BUT A TROUBLE MAKER. YOU PROBABLY A PERSON WHO LIVES IN THE CELLER AT YOUR MOMS HOUSE WITH NO WINDOWS OR LIGHT WANDERING IN THE DARK TRYING TO BE A YALE FAN.DONT BOTHER STAY IN THE CELLER WE DONT NEED YOU STAY THERE.

7:52 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I could'nt have written it better.
Yours truly Jon Harris

1:39 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I am sure Reno didn't have to sell him on the fact that coming in at the very end of Vandys roster requires some thought. That feeling very good about the relationships he formed with coaches and players at Yale had value. That keeping his word had value. That going somewhere where you are clearly wanted from the get go is smart vs somewhere that called you up a week before signing day. Being someone's first choice vs someones 3rd or 4th choice. Plus the kid needed to consider that you need to love wherever you choose. He already knew he loved Yale. I don't understand the big deal.

3:40 PM 

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