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UNH Football 2018:

PostPosted: Sun Dec 24, 2017 1:22 am
by Tom Nolette
UNH Football @UNH_Football
Read up on the new 'Cats joining the program after this morning's #NationalSigningDay! Welcome to Durham!! #UNHFB #GraniteStrong #NSD18

UNH Football @UNH_Football
Recap of the Early Signees joining the program this morning - hear from Coach Mac on each of the new 'Cats! #UNHFB #GraniteStrong

Re: UNH Football 2018:

PostPosted: Sun Dec 24, 2017 1:23 am
by Tom Nolette
Boyhood friends, high school teammates and now Edwards and Omoyeni are off to UNH

...Both Edwards and Omoyeni, a center, signed national letters of intent to play football at the University of New Hampshire on Wednesday. They plan to room together in Durham.

The 6-foot-2, 180-pound Edwards, who verbally committed to UNH in the spring of his junior year, is beyond excited to be able to keep taking snaps from his best friend.

"I can't wait," said Edwards, who is also a standout in basketball and track and field at Central. "To be able to experience college together will be great. It's cool knowing your best friend will be right there with you."

Edwards, the Merrimack Valley Conference Division 1 MVP, threw for 4,736 yards and 54 touchdowns as a three-year starter at Central. He was a highly sought-after recruit after he helped lead the Raiders to the Division 1 Super Bowl as a sophomore.

Omoyeni, on the other hand, had to recover from a broken femur during his sophomore year and didn't see his recruiting pick up until last summer.

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Re: UNH Football 2018:

PostPosted: Fri Jan 12, 2018 3:22 am
by Tom Nolette
2018 FCS National Title Contenders

New Hampshire Wildcats
Head Coach: Sean McDonnell (150-88, 19 seasons)

2017 Season: 9-5 (5-3 CAA Football), FCS quarterfinalist

Key Returnees: QB Trevor Knight, RB Evan Gay, WR Neil O’Connor, WR Malik Love, LT Dayne Herron, DE Jae’wuan Horton, DE Brian Carter, LB Quinlen Dean, LB Jared Kuehl, CB Prince Smith Jr., SS Rick Ellison, FS Evan Horn

National Title Aspirations: McDonnell’s 20th season promises to be outstanding as the Wildcats build off this past year’s run to the quarterfinals in their 14th straight playoff appearance. They are expected to return nine starters on each side of the ball. As juniors, O’Connor became one of the top receivers in the FCS and Knight posted a breakout season. But the offense needs a stronger run game to keep Knight from being under a constant pass rush. The Wildcats’ defense boasts playmakers in linebackers Dean and Kuehl and with a standout secondary.

source: ... ntenders#5

Re: UNH Football 2018:

PostPosted: Mon Jan 15, 2018 1:56 am
by Tom Nolette
Mid-Major Madness
UNH’s Evan Horn joins rare two-sport company @UNHMBB ... ce=twitter