Thursday, May 05, 2011

Recruiting Update

¡Feliz Cinco de Mayo!

Here's the full incoming list of football "recruits" broken down by position. For what it is worth, players are listed at the positions where they are likely to line up at the start of camp, not where they may ultimately play. ... Several names on the list are admitted students who have indicated the intention to play football but were not recruited. ... Heights and weights are drawn from Internet reports and other sources and will surely be adjusted once camp begins.


Cameron Crage
6-3, 210, St. Andrews School (Boca Raton, Fla. )

Charlie Storey
6-2, 190, Milton Academy (Essex, Mass.)

Cody Patch
5-10, 185, Lebanon HS (Lebanon, NH)

Pedro Robinson
5-9, 170, Sacred Heart HS (Stanford, Calif.)

Marc Sasso
6-0, 205, Palos Verdes HS (Palos Verde Estates, Caif.)

Ben Ticknor
6-2, 205, Milton Academy (Concord, Mass.)

Robbie Anthony
5-11, 195, Bishop Moore HS/Clemson (Orlando, Fla.)

Jordan Are’
6-2, 197, Alief Taylor HS (Houston)

Ryan McManus
5-10, 170, St. Thomas Academy (Mendota Heights, Minn.)

Bo Patterson
6-2, 180, James Island Charter HS (Charleston, SC)

Kirby Schoenthaler
6-0, 185, Bartlesville HS (Bartlesville, Okla.)

Chris Boudreaux
6-5, 240, Lake Forest Academy (Lake Forest, Ill.)

Garrett Schmidt
6-3, 228, Olentangy HS (Galena, Ohio)

Eric Wickham, tight end
6-2, 230, Savannah Christian HS (Richmond Hill, Ga.)

AJ Dillione
6-3, 280, Hun School (West Chester, Pa.)

Will Guinee
6-4, 255, Malden Catholic HS (Topsfield, Mass.)

Patrick Hand
6-4, 260, Lawrenceville School (Far Hills, N.J.)

Ben Spiritos
6-2, 295, Landon HS (Olney, Md.)

Sean Ronan, offensive line
6-3, 260, Boca Raton HS (Boca Raton, Fla.)

Scotty Whitmore, offensive line
6-5, 305, Collins HS (Spring, Texas)

Keith Hamren
6-3, 265, Clements HS (Sugar Land, Texas)

Jeff Winthrop
6-4, 285, St. Paul's Prep (Roxbury, Conn.)

Evan Chrustic
6-4, 250, Newton HS (Andover, NJ)

Corbin Stall
6-3, 220, Tulsa Union HS (Broken Arrow, Okla.)

Zack Fowler
6-3, 245, Southwestern HS (Somerset, Kent.)

Peter Savarese
6-2, 200, Browne & Nichols (Belmont, Mass.)

Tyler Stout
6-1, 195, Los Altos HS (Los Altos Hills, Calif.)

Andrew Donahue
6-1, 185, Mullen HS (Greenwood Village, Colo.)

Bennie Niles
5-9, 170, Clearwater HS (Clearwater, Fla.)

Chai Reece
5-10, 170, Loomis Chaffee (Playa del Ray, Calif.)

Stephen Dazzo
6-0, 205, Prospect HS (Arlington Heights, Ill.)

Riley Lyons
5-10 175, Blessed Trinity HS (Roswell, Ga.)

(Full bios of all of the recruits along with Coach Buddy Teevens' comments on each incoming player can be found on Big Green Alert.)

Incoming defensive end Corbin Stall of Oklahoma has three state championship rings that he shows off in this photo.

Brown's recruiting class with short bios can be found here.
Princeton's recruiting class can be found here.
Could the New Hampshire East-West all-star game to benefit Children's Hospital at Dartmouth (CHaD) lead to the end of the Shrine Maple Sugar Bowl, traditionally played at Dartmouth's Memorial Field? Possibly. Find a story here.
Nice story in the Boston Globe about baseball player Sam Bean, who will try to help Dartmouth win its third Ivy League title in a row in this weekend's Ivy League Championship Series at Princeton.
Dartmouth's commencement speaker on Jan. June 12. The Daily Dartmouth tells the interesting story of how it came about.
And finally, remember that note last week about how the pump that delivers water from our well went kaput up here on Moose Mountain?

It's fixed ... and I'm broke.

The bill came in yesterday and it was a shocker. But what are you going to do? You've got to have water. Speaking of which, did I ever tell you about my first cross-country bicycle ride when I ran out of water in the desert?

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