Friday, March 03, 2017

Late Recruit And Looking Ahead, Part 3

Add Caleb Martin of Jesup, Ga., and Taft School in Watertown, Conn., to the Dartmouth recruiting class. A 6-foot-2, 240-pound linebacker/defensive end, Martin Tweeted his commitment HERE.

Find a feature story about Martin as a high school senior at Martin County before his prep year HERE.

Find his current highlight video HERE.
You know the drill on these charts. Caveat emptor.

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A story in the Winston-Salem Journal about Winston-Salem State kicking off spring football practice has a note about the arrival of quarterback Bruce Dixon, who will have to battle a successful two-year starter for the chance to get on the field. He is already enrolled and eligible for spring practice:
One intriguing transfer for WSSU is quarterback Bruce Dixon, a 6-4, 210-pounder from Dartmouth who is enrolled and eligible for spring practice. Dixon, who is from Concord, played sparingly for two seasons for Dartmouth.
“He’s definitely going to help us height wise,” Boulware said about Dixon. “He’s going to bring that brain power, and he’s an academic guy, so a lot of times if you can transfer those smarts from the classroom to the football field, it can only help you.”
Rod Tinsley, a redshirt junior, is the incumbent starter after leading the Rams to two straight CIAA titles. He has two more seasons left and at the end of last season was playing the best football of his career.