Updated List

Adam Pandolphi, RB/DB, 6’1” 200 lbs., North Haven (North Haven, CT)

Bennett Anderson, OL/DL, 6’5” 270lbs., Bellarmine Prep (San Jose, CA)

Billy Eastep, DB, 6’0” 200 lbs., Brophy Prep (Phoenix, AZ)

Brady Wagner, TE, 6’3″ 225 lbs., Grapevine (Grapevine, TX)

Bradyn Fleharty, QB, 6’3″ 200 lbs., Hilliard Bradley (Hilliard, OH)

Brandon Banks, DB, 6’0” 170 lbs., Aliquippa (Aliquippa, PA)

Breylan Thompson, DB, 6’1” 170 lbs., Episcopal (Bellaire, TX)

Camden Hickox, WR, 6’2”, 180 lbs., Appling County (Baxley, GA)

Charles Barkley-Smith, WR, 6′0” 175 lbs., Loganville (Loganville, GA)

Charlie Humphreys, OL, 6’7” 285 lbs., Cistercian Prep, (Dallas, TX)

Chris White, DB, 6’0” 190 lbs., Cheshire Academy (Cheshire, CT/San Diego, CA)

Colton Sanders, TE/OLB, 6’3” 225 lbs., Katy (Katy, TX)

Cuttler Adams, RB, 6’0″ 192 lbs., Robbinsville (Robbinsville, NC)

Davis Wong, WR/DB, 6’1” 170 lbs., Brentwood (Los Angeles, CA)

Dillon Rickenbacker, DB, 6’1” 200 lbs., St. John Bosco (Bellflower, CA)

Eddie Palumbo III, LB, 6’4” 210, Archbishop Stepinac (White Plains,NY)

Jackson Boone, DE, 6’5” 205 lbs., Peddie School (Hightstown, NJ)

Joe McCord, LB, 6’1” 220 lbs., Alcoa (Alcoa, TN)

JP Schmidt, DB, 6’0” 185 lbs., IC Catholic Prep (Elmhurst, IL)

Kyle Maltarich, WR, 6’2” 180 lbs., West Holmes (Millersburg, OH)

Lota Ugokwe, DE, 6’1” 220 lbs., Walton (Marietta, GA)

Mack Johnson, DL/OL, 6’4” 250 lbs., High Point Christian (High Point, NC)

Sam McGivern, LB/DE, 6‘2″ 245 lbs., Kimberly (Kimberly, WI)

Steven Partin, RB/LB, 6’2” 215 lbs. Knox Central (Barbourville, KY)

Thomas Bacon Jr. , TE, 6’4” 215 lbs., Long Island Lutheran (Brookville, NY)

Trent Page, DE, 6’4” 240 lbs., Minnehaha Academy (Minneapolis, MN)

Tyler Fontenot, K/P, 6’1” 170 lbs., Bishop O’Connell (Arlington, VA)

Xavier Rivers, DE, 6’2″ 240 lbs., Northwest (Germantown, MD)

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The plethora of DB’s in this class might allow Yale to switch Kamara to RB, which he played exceptionally well in high school. Here are Kamara’s high school rushing stats:

22-23 Sr. Var
Varsity Total
GP Car Yds Avg Y/G Lng 100+ TD
14 314 2832 9.0 202.3 96 13 38

SOE , why not utilize Kamara,like Melvin Rouse. He is a super athlete.
Mark great find on Jaxton from Centennial High in California , great program

There has to be more information available. Well here’s to more news. The Men’s , Basketball Team is looking really strong. Men’s ice Hockey is getting the job done as well.
Looking forward to the start of the Lacrosse season opener on Saturday against Villanova. At Reese stadium.

Here’s to a great week

Women’s ice hockey, which lost national title tilt by one goal a couple years ago, has a “meh” record but may be putting a run together. We have an awesome goalie with many career shutouts.

Please add 3* flex tight end/wide receiver Jaxton Santiago from Centennial High in Bakersfield CA. 6’3, 218 lbs. Previously committed to Boston College. Also offers from Princeton and Harvard, among many others.

Jaxton Santiago had FBS offers from Army, Air Force and San Jose State. He’ll need to put on around 20 lbs but he’s a TE with WR skills. Great get for Yale.

Be great to utilize Jaxston Santiago as a big body WR. That’s what I was looking for in McKoy. I suppose he’s in the transfer portal. Any how I like to see Jaxton in this capacity. We have a bunch of TE’s. More than capable. Also a good group of Wide Receivers. But much with size

Along with Pitsenberger and Denny, if Tre Peterson returns for a final season he will provide the explosiveness in the Yale backfield that is needed for our running attack this year. While we await to see how talented the new qb will be, a winning season will depend on the success of the offensive line, which looks deep with talent, and running backs. Middle linebackers and kicker are also big unknowns.

Guys we have another running back who should get playing time next yearWilhelm Daal.A big kid 6-1 -220 fast tough as nails can get the tough yards when needed.Reno should give this kid some playing time .Do not know why this kid has not played yet could be a big surprise.

I haven’t seen much of Daal, but I thought Denny showed a lot of promise in both the Columbia and Harvard games. Still we seem to be a little thin in that position along with QB’s.

Lots of controversy at Harvard over their new head coach. Apparently the players wanted one of the assistants promoted and some alumni are not happy that they hired a Princeton alum instead of staying in house.
The AD is taking some flak.

Who is staying, who is in the transfer portal.? I thought Tre Peterson was done. I read in Donovan McKoy’s X account he is in the transfer portal. Who else.?

Given that Yale is tweeting out Tre Peterson’s birthday with the Team 151 hashtag I’d say he’s coming back next year.

Carm Cozza would say I don’t know. When I see them on campus. At practice then I know. Sound advice from that man.

Gentlemen; just like the beginning of spring training, hope springs eternal. I am of the same mind regarding big question marks at middle linebacker and signal calling positions. Some light may be shed at the conclusion of spring practice.

Well the Yale men’s basketball team was brought back to earth on Saturday night. Princeton was fired up and played one of its best games of the year.
Yale on the other hand struggled in the 2nd half and couldn’t shake off its mistakes. Knowlings was out with an injury. Hopefully he will be back soon.
Yale men’s Lacrosse team looked stellar. For its 1st game of the season. Winning 13 to 11 . Even with Lyons and Johnson out for the Big Blue. I do not know when they will be available. But the guys looked sharp at times. Kuhl , Anderson and Kieb had hat tricks and Brandau had 2 goals. Way to go Bulldogs.
The women Lacrosse team , game from behind to pull off the win. Against an experienced Stanford team to take home the victory. 13 to 12

Yale has a big Lacrosse match tonight. With Colgate at U Albany. With absolutely no Television coverage. Bush league, How disappointing

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