Signees Announced

Its 3rd down and 4 whats your call coach?
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Signees Announced

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Post by J.J. » Thu Dec 21, 2017 9:25 am

Impressive list of early signees. Winning does a lot for recruiting.

We get to add to the haul in February, so more opportunities to streghten the team.

Looks like we are doing a very good job picking up the high school/prep kids, would love to see us add some impactful FBS transfers to round out the team.

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Post by ccsuhoops » Wed Feb 07, 2018 9:58 am

Coach did say on Sunday night that its signee day. Getting lots of tweets. How is this class looking?

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Post by Shoreline » Tue Jul 03, 2018 5:35 pm

Connecticut defeated Rhode Island 28-7 last Saturday at Willow Brook Park. Here are some comments from Sean Patrick Bowley’s column in the NH Register:
“With Norwich Free Academy’s Shea McManaway getting knocked out early in the second quarter, Capital Prep quarterback and Central Connecticut State signee Kyle Zajack played the remainder of the game. He wound up throwing three touchdown passes to earn Connecticut’s Offensive MVP. Zajack’s first touchdown was a 64-yard strike to Simsbury’s Ralph Gilliard early in the second quarter. Killingly’s Spencer Lockwood, the reigning Gatorade Player of the Year, turned a short pass into a big gain into Rhode Island territory to end the third quarter. It set up Zajack’s second touchdown pass, a 20-yarder to St. Joseph’s Jared Mallozzi, his future CCSU teammate, early in the fourth quarter. ‘Kyle’s a tough kid. We knew he could do it,’ said Lockwood, who will play at Trinity College. ‘He knew when Shea went down he was going to have to step up — we didn’t have any other quarterback, so he was going to have to. He did a great job.”

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