Updated List

Brandon Webster, DB/WR, 6’0″, 182 lbs., St. Ignatius (Cleveland, OH)

Jackson St. Aubyn, OL, 6’5″, 271 lbs., Palmer Ridge (Monument, CO)

Graham Smith, TE/DE, 6’5″, 225 lbs., Lyons Township (La Grange Park, IL)

John Kemp, CB, 5’11”, 175 lbs., St. Ignatius (Chicago, IL)

Aidan Warner, QB, 6’3″, 215 lbs., Winter Park (Winter Park, FL)

Phoenix Grant, S, 6’1″, 185 lbs., Sherman (Sherman, TX)

Christopher White, CB/ATH, 6’0″, 183 lbs., Lincoln (San Diego, CA)

Zairion Jackson-Bass, DL, 6’2″, 245 lbs., Julius Chambers (Charlotte, NC)

Spencer Mermans, TE/DE, 6’6″, 245 lbs., Charlotte Country Day (Charlotte, NC)

Kevin Cassidy, OL/DL, 6’6″, 285 lbs., Mountainside (Beaverton, OR)

Joseph Barry, LB, 6’3″, 220 lbs., Bergen Catholic (Oradell, NJ)

Joey Fortner, LS, 6’2″, 215 lbs., Marist (Chicago, IL)

Cooper Austin, OL, 6’2″, 265 lbs., Mt. Lebanon (Pittsburgh, PA)

Dylan Garrity, OL, 6’3″, 255 lbs., Bergen Catholic (Oradell, NJ)

Donovan McKoy, WR, 6’5″, 210 lbs., St. Joseph (Montvale, NJ)

Lukas Witt, OL, 6’6″, 285 lbs., Cheshire Academy (Cheshire, CT/Germany)

Osize Daniyan, DB, 6’1″, 180 lbs., Mount Juliet (Mount Juliet, TN)

James Cave, DE, 6’6″, 240 lbs., Parish Episcopal (Dallas, TX)

Jesse Schutzman, LB, 6’2″, 220 lbs., Brunswick (Greenwich, CT)

Zavier Avera, OL, 6’5″, 270 lbs., Jones (Orlando, FL)

Brice June, WR, 6’2″, 190 lbs., Maret (Washington D.C.)

Robby Tattersall, DE, 6’5″, 200 lbs., Wilmington Friends (Wilmington, DE)

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Was about to ask the same question. I know the normal class of 30was reduced for COVID, but I can’t remember to what and for how long.


Your message on the previous thread about the last time Yale faked a punt reminded me of this famous Brian Dowling story from his freshman season.

**The Dowling legend began that freshman season. Back to punt on fourth and 11, Brian saw an opening and ran 20 yards for a first down, but the play was nullified by a penalty. Before play resumed, the freshman coach Harry Jacunski asked Dowling why he had run and Brian responded, “I saw something in their defense I knew I could exploit.” Faced now with fourth and 26, Brian ran again, for 35 yards. Mortified, the coach asked him the $64,000 question again. “Well, coach. I saw the same thing” Brian answered.**

Yale basketball game isn’t being televised. The Momouth site is horrible to the info.. should be on radio for crying out loud.! Is this something that Yale could bring back. For next year..

The question is, does WELI want to air Yale games anymore?
I think WYBC 94.3 FM is now a commercial station with no real ties to Yale. But I think there’s an internet version of WYBC for Yalies to program; it’d be nice if they could broadcast sports. One of my YBC colleagues in the ’80s, Chris Bodig, went on to work for ESPN.

I was told by WELI that the decision to not broadcast the Yale football games was Yale’s decision, not WELI

I saw Ron Vaccaro, at the Princeton game. He said it was this administration’s decision not to continue with radio. Amazing what a brilliant idea that was from someone , from Colgate made.

Not only that , there are a lot of people that don’t have the internet. Radio , it maybe out dated but it is timeless.
Not only that , Yale has always had fantastic broadcasting. Ron Vaccaro and Coach Sidlecki are exceptional. It’s a travesty not to have it.
Extremely short sighted an down right stupid. We are not Colgate

There should be a simulcast with ESPN+ and WELI. One set of broadcasters. Get as much coverage of Yale football as possible.

I used to always bring a transistor radio to the Bowl. You could get the up to date stats as the game progressed and listen to some post game comments on the way back to the car.

Announcers last night said Knowling was day to day. I think he’ll be back for the start of Ivy League play a week from Saturday.

And to all a great night , Merry Christmas . Here’s to learning of more Yale Football news of commitments coming to New Haven.

Who is Yales #1 recruit in football for 2023. Why is this year . Yale seems to be lagging all the other Ivy teams except Cornell, in player ranking’s.?
I also noticed 247 doesn’t update, players who commit. Any thoughts on this matter.?

John this is a very good Yale recruiting class would like to see like yourself a big running back come in time will tell.These kids are all good in my book. Who is the best hard to tell . there are three i like Phoenix Grant can play any where offense and defense would like to see him at running back get him up to 205 his so year could be a winner anywhere he plays. Spencer merman TE good hands he a tank he will hurt you. Jessie Schutzman could be one of the best LB at Yale in a long time good against the run and can cover RB and TE going to be fun to watch him and this outstanding group of recruits.

Need to take the ratings with a grain of salt anyway. Most recent years Yale has had a higher ranked class than North Dakota State on 247 Sports. Also the past has shown us that 3 star recruits don’t always live up to the high expectations. The most important determinant to success is passion, which is harder to measure.

New commit: Tajh Landrum OLB, 6’2”, 200lbs, Cincinnati OH. Offers from Army, Navy and Columbia.

Boy what a way to start the season a loss to columbia bad game by yale. Give credit to columbia they took it to yale .Columbia has more speed then Yale and has an inside game. Yale does not Jarvis and Knowling and Kelly will get there points but we need someone to bang the boards and score inside. Shut down our guards and Yale is in trouble Knowling had a good game were all glad he back.Just an idea maybe jones should give Nick Townsend more playing time if he is like is dad and i think he is he will help our inside game. I have seen all the teams play Cornell is my pick to win the league. All the teams are good its going to be a wild year good luck to everyone.

Yale has nine players in total named All New England. By Comparison Holy Cross has 13. All but two for Yale will be returning next year.

HC is a must win next year. They were the better team last year, at least when they played, but they weren’t in 2018 and 2020 and Yale needs to make a statement.

Congratulations to the Yale Mens Hockey program. In beating Army last night 5-1 . To the Yale Women’s Hockey Team, in beating Mercyhurst. 3-1 . For the 1st time out of 13 games

Shows how far Men’s hockey has fallen. Dartmouth is 2-11 this season. Guess who their two wins were against?

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