UConn Football Recruits

Ansonia High School’s Montrell Dobbs, who was named the Connecticut High School Coaches Association Player of the Year, will prep next season at Milford Academy (New Berlin, NY).  Dobbs rushed 406 times for 3,445 yards and scored 45 touchdowns last season, while leading the Chargers to the State Championship game vs St. Joseph’s.    Dobbs was a Walter Camp Player of the Year finalist and was [...]


Highlight Films of UConn’s 2011 Recruiting Class

by Mike Grant February 3, 2011

Kamal Abrams – 6’0″ 175 lbs WR – Dover, DE   Andrew Adams – 5’11″ 170 lbs FS – College Park, GA   Kenton Adeyemi – 6’4″ 255 lb DT – Wethersfield, CT No video available. Jefferson Ashiru – 6’3″ 230 lbs OLB – Powder Springs, GA Julian Campenni – 6’0.5″ 285 lbs DT – [...]

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Recruiting Update – UConn in the mix with Canzeri

by Mike Grant February 1, 2011

According to a source, Troy, NY RB Jordan Canzeri received an offer from UConn late last week, and I am told he will choose between Iowa and UConn.  He tripped to Iowa last weekend and liked what he saw, however, location is a big part of the equation for Canzeri, so the Huskies aren’t out of it. With the [...]

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Recruiting – Weekend Summary (UPDATE)

by Mike Grant January 30, 2011

Campenni Commits Per Desmond Conner of the Hartford Courant, 6’0″, 260 LB DT Julian Campenni (Wyoming, PA) has committed to the Huskies.  Campenni had offers from Indiana, Central Michigan, Akron, Bowling  Green, Kent State and Buffalo. He’s a bit undersized, but he’s strong and has a high motor.  Over the last two seasons he’s amassed [...]

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UConn Lands Georgia Pair

by Mike Grant January 24, 2011

According to Desmond Conner of the Hartford Courant, UConn has received commitments from Powder Springs, Georgia high school teammates Jefferson Ashiru and Xavier Hemingway.   Ashiru (6’2″ 215) is listed as an outside linebacker and is rated three stars by Scout.com.  He had offers from Air Force, Ole Miss, Mississippi State, Duke, Southern Miss and Memphis.  Hemingway [...]

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