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Football Announces Incoming Recruiting Class

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By Bob Mondshine
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HANOVER, N.H.Buddy Teevens, the Robert L. Blackman Head Football Coach at Dartmouth College, announced his incoming recruits for the fall of 2013 with a total of 35 student-athletes listed, including six potential walk-ons. Among the recruits are seven defensive linemen, five offensive linemen, five defensive backs, four linebackers, four wide receivers, three running backs, three kickers, two tight ends, one quarterback and one special teamer.

The student-athletes will come from 15 different states with four of those states boasting four student-athletes — California, Florida, Illlinois and Texas. Both Maryland and Minnesota are represented by three recruits apiece, including the third McManus brother (Danny) to play for Teevens, while Massachusetts, North Carolina, Ohio and Oklahoma will each send a pair to Dartmouth. Other states represented in the class are Arizona, Colorado, New York, Virginia and Wisconsin.

Dartmouth is coming off a 2012 campaign in which it went 6-4 overall and 4-3 in the Ivy League to tie for third place in the standings, falling just eight points shy of a share of the first. The 2013 season will begin on Sept. 21 when the Big Green travel to Indianapolis, Ind., to play Butler in a night game at 6 p.m.

Student-Athlete Pos Ht Wt Hometown High School
Lucas Bavaro S 6-1 200 Boxford, Mass. St. John’s Prep
Houston Brown WR 6-1 165 The Woodlands, Texas The Woodlands
Jon Marc Carrier WR 5-11 160 Lutz, Fla. Steinbrenner
Joseph Cook WR 6-5 185 Monrovia, Calif. Bishop Amat
Brandon Cooper DE 6-2 260 Grand Prairie, Texas South Grand Prairie
Zach Davis OL 6-6 275 Lake Havasu, Ariz. Lake Havasu
Jonathan DiBiaso QB 6-1 195 Everett, Mass. Everett/Phillips Exeter
Jeremiah Douchee DE 6-4 235 Chicago, Ill. Hales Franciscan
Peter Eggert TE 6-4 235 Lake Forest, Calif. Laguna Hills
Brian Fordon LB 6-1 215 Frankfort, Ill. Providence Catholic
Jack Friedman OL 6-3 285 Ellicott City, Md. Howard
Alex Gakenheimer PK 6-1 180 Charlotte, N.C. Charlotte Country Day
Darius George CB 6-2 200 Waterhill, Fla. Cardinal Gibbons
Zach Husain DL 6-2 260 Evanston, Ill. Evanston Township
Ben Kepley P 6-2 175 Charlotte, N.C. Charlotte Country Day
Mike Langman OL 6-4 265 Naperville, Ill. Naperville North
Alex McCrory LB 6-1 220 Springfield, Ohio Shawnee
Danny McManus CB 5-9 175 Mendota Heights, Minn. St. Thomas Academy
Abrm McQuarters RB 5-10 185 Tulsa, Okla. Cascia Hall Prep
Charlie Miller CB 6-0 170 Shoreview, Minn. Totino Grace
Dave Morrison OL 6-4 270 Latham, N.Y. Shaker
Folarin Orimolade LB 6-0 220 Burtonsville, Md. Blake
Blake Orvis TE 6-3 235 Orlando, Fla. Boone
Graydon Peterson LS 6-1 220 Whitefish Bay, Wis. Whitefish Bay
Zach Shank DE 6-5 240 Powell, Ohio Olentangy Liberty
Jacob Siwicki RB 6-1 225 Gambrills, Md. DeMatha Catholic
Garrett Strohmaier OL 6-3 290 Elk Grove, Calif. Jesuit
Chris Warren WR 6-0 185 The Woodlands, Texas The Woodlans
Michael Warren DL 6-4 270 Maple Grove, Minn. Providence Academy
Chris Aguemon CB 5-9 175 Leesburg, Va. Heritage
Latanna Ezenwa DL 6-1 285 Tulsa, Okla. Bishop Kelley
Paul Gudmundsson DL 6-2 250 Dallas, Texas St. Mark's School
Aaren Johnson RB 5-8 175 St. Petersburg, Fla. Shorecrest Prep
Jonathan Katzman K/P 5-10 160 Menlo, Calif. Menlo School
Cannon Wille LB 6-2 210 Colorado Springs, Colo. St. Mary’s HS