Lots Of Unofficial Visits For UConn Football This Weekend

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What’s goin on?

To be clear, unofficial means these guys are paying their own way but here are the UConn recruits expected in this weekend for UConn-Michigan……. 

These players are already commited for 2014: Lamont Bradford, OG Timber Creek High, NJ, Luke Carrezola, DE Neshaminy High, PA, Jordan Fuchs, TE Milford Academy, NY, Logan Marchi, QB St. Paul-Bristol,  Arkeel Newsome, TB Ansonia, Tom Rodrick, LB Leicester HS, MA

Charles Baldwin, an OT and Keith Benjamin, a DT both of Windsor will be visisiitng and have been offered. for 2014.

Trevor Perry, a cornerback from Hamden, Soloman Potter, a free safety from Timber Creek High in NJ as well as Jess Todd, a cornerback from Foxboro High have not been offered yet but are in the class and visiting, too.

Anthony Palazzolo, an offensive tackle from Fairfield Prep who has an offer for 2015 is coming in as well as the following prospects: Zach Allen,a DE from New Canaan; Jimmy Becker, OL Colonia High, NJ; Cordell Cotto, TE Freedom High, PA, Tymere Deshield, FS, Holy Cross High, NJ; Anthony Dubose – TB Newburgh Free Academy, NY; Julian Dunn – WR Newtown High; Willy Hansen – QB; Morris Hills High, NJ; Brendan Hill – TE Mansfield High, MA; Brady Hudik OT Bordentown Regional High, NJ; Clay Kemp – DT St. John Vianney High, NJ; Jai’Quan McKnight , TB Ansonia; Andrew McElroy, WR New Milford High, NJ; Jarvis Miller, FS Windsor Locks/Suffield; Charles Mitchell, OG Piscataway High, NJ; Alejandro Oregon, LB Abraham Lincoln, NY Gerron Pendarvis, FB Holy Cross High; Brad Peterson, DE Du Bois Senior High, PA; Andrew Pierson – CB Piscataway HS, NJ; Nick Pritchard – PK New Egypt High, NJ; Isaiah Ross, CB Piscataway High, NJ; Rufus Rushins, LB Bishop Fenwick High, MA; Troy Shorts, CB Woodbury, NJ; Shane Simpson, TB Easton HS, PA, Cory Walsh, DE/TE Daniel Hand High, Malik Wilder, cornerback, The Brunswick School; Kevin Zataveski – OC Delran High, NJ;

Tajik Bagley, TB from and 2016 prospect is also expected in…




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