... and then there was one
A big transfer enters the Yale Bowl this fall
Yale has officially/unofficially announced what looks like 29 of the 30 incoming football freshmen by allowing Head Coach Tom Williams to comment about the class in The New Haven Register's Portal 31 Yale blog.
That leaves Columbia as the last school to remain mum on its class of 2015.
One of the most interesting parts of the article is the fact that the dicey minefield of admissions never really ends. It's almost June, and the admissions status of some players is still in doubt.
The other curious item is that not one player is slated as a QB. That seems like a gamble.
The big excitement in Bulldog land is over Duke transfer DL Tevin Hood. Hood was good enough to get some playing time for the Blue Demons last fall and at 6-1 and 280 lbs., you can see why he could be a force in the Ivies.
I'm also impressed by 6-4 240 lbs. DE Davis Franks from Knoxville, RB Kahlil Keys from Casa Grande, CA by way of Choate, and Jeff Schmidttgens from Benet Academy outside Chicago, (the same school where Columbia grabbed Connor Nelligan for this fall).
Coach Williams highlighted some other players in the interview as potential impact players. They were Tyler Hutchison, Ben Carbery, Ethan DaSilva and Rob Coury.