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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 2018 with a total of 29 student-athletes, one of whom is a transfer from the University of Florida in quarterback Jake Allen. Among the recruits are six defensive backs, five defensive linemen, four offensive linemen, three linebackers, three wide receivers, three tight ends, two running backs, two quarterbacks and one kicker.

The student-athletes will come from 16 different states with Florida boasting five student-athletes. Michigan and Texas each have three recruits, while Illinois, Maryland, New Jersey, North Carolina and Pennsylvania each have two. Other states represented in the class are California, Georgia, Hawaii, New York, Ohio, Virginia, Washington and Wisconsin.

Two of the recruits are younger brothers of current or former members of the Big Green squad. Luca Di Leo will join his brother, fifth-year senior Rocco, on the team this fall, while John Paul Flores is following in the footsteps of his older brother, Jacob '16, who was a member of the Green Bay Packers practice squad in 2016 after earning All-Ivy League honors twice at Dartmouth.

Allen redshirted in his only season with the Gators and will have four years of eligibilty remaining. He will be active for the 2018 season.

Dartmouth is coming off a 2017 season in which it went 8-2 overall and 5-2 in conference play to tie for second, but was the only team in the league to defeat the eventual champion, Yale. The 2018 season will begin on Sept. 15 when the Big Green host Georgetown.

Dartmouth Class of 2022
Student-Athlete Pos Ht Wt High School/Previous School Hometown
Tobi Adedara DL 6-4 230 St. Charles North St. Charles, Ill.
Jack Alexander QB 6-3 190 Redondo Union Redondo Beach, Calif.
Jake Allen QB 6-3 200 St. Thomas Aquinas/University of Florida Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
Calvin Atkeson OL 6-4 285 Ravenscroft School Raleigh, N.C.
Zack Bair RB 5-10 185 Red Bank Catholic Rumson, N.J.
Josh Betts DB 6-3 175 Manatee Bradenton, Fla.
Russell "R.J." Brandon WR 6-2 165 Canisius HS Williamsville, N.Y.
Robert Crockett III DB 5-10 160 Christopher Columbus Miami, Fla.
Connor Davis PK 6-1 175 Forest Ocala, Fla.
Luca Di Leo DL 6-1 300 St. Ignatius Prep/Choate Rosemary Hall (Conn.) Elmhurst, Ill.
John Paul Flores OL 6-5 270 All Saints Episcopal School Arlington, Texas
Joe Heffernan LB 6-2 205 Marquette University HS Brookfield, Wis.
Bobby Jefferson DL 6-4 235 St. Xavier Cincinnati, Ohio
Isaiah Johnson DB 6-2 190 Detriot Country Day Beverly Hills, Mich.
Ben Keeter TE 6-4 230 Bellevue Bellevue, Wash.
Joe Kramer TE 6-5 225 Westwood Washington Township, N.J.
Griffin Lehman OL 6-4 270 The Hill School Pottstown, Pa.
William "C.J." Lyons DB 5-10 175 St. Stephen's & St. Agnes School Clinton, Md.
Jalen Mackie LB 6-1 225 St. Thomas Aquinas Miramar, Fla.
Robbie Mangas TE 6-3 245 Gonzaga College HS Chantilly, Va.
Landon McDermott DB 6-0 180 Lovejoy Fairview, Texas
Keegan McHugh RB 6-1 190 Bel Air/Deerfield Academy Forest Hill, Md.
Andrew Paxton OL 6-4 275 Detroit Central Catholic South Lyon, Mich.
Devin Powell WR 6-3 210 Marvin Ridge Waxhaw, N.C.
John Pupel DB 6-1 195 Traverse City/Episcopal (Va.) Traverse City, Mich.
Mick Reese DL 6-3 230 Buford Buford, Ga.
Carson Reich LB 6-3 230 The Woodlands Spring, Texas
Alex Schmidt DL 6-2 265 Pennridge/The Peddie School (N.J.) Perkasie, Pa.
Christopher Sykes WR 6-4 195 St. Louis School Kapolei, Hawaii