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Football Announces Incoming Class of 2018

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By Art Petrosemolo
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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 2014 with a total of 37 student-athletes listed, which includes five potential walk-ons. Among the recruits are six linebackers, five defensive linemen, five defensive backs, five offensive linemen, five running backs, four tight ends, three wide receivers, two quarterbacks and two kickers.

The student-athletes will come from 16 different states plus Canada with California and Illinois boasting four student-athletes apiece. Four other states feature three recruits in Georgia, Louisiana, New Jersey and Virginia, while Connecticut, Florida, Minnesota, Pennsylvania and Washington, as well as Canada, will each send a pair to Dartmouth. Other states represented in the class are Kentucky, Maryland, Massachusetts, Tennessee and Texas.

Dartmouth is coming off a 2013 campaign in which it went 6-4 overall and 5-2 in the Ivy League to finish in third place in the standings, a mere game from sharing the title with one of its two losses coming in four overtimes (the longest game in Ivy League history) and the other by just three points. The 2014 season will begin on Sept. 20 when the Big Green play host to Central Connecticut in a night game at 7 p.m.

Student-Athlete Pos Ht Wt Hometown High School
Tanner Aiono* OL 6-4 290 Bonita, Calif. Francis Parker
Jack Anderson OL 6-3 245 Palo Alto, Calif. Palo Alto
Brock Bacon LB 6-3 225 Dallas, Texas Trinity Christian Academy
Colin Boit S 6-1 210 Sammarish, Wash. Eastside Catholic
Jarion Brown QB 6-1 170 Baldwin, La. Franklin
Jarius Brown CB 5-9 175 Lauderhill, Fla. University School
Brennan Cascarano DL 6-1 250 Glenview, Ill. Glenbrook South
Rocco Di Leo DL 6-3 245 Elmhurst, Ill. St. Ignatius Prep
Justin Edwards LB 6-1 225 Lawrenceville, Ga. Peachtree Ridge
Patrick Flathers OL 6-5 275 Dracut, Mass. Bishop Guertin (N.H.)
Ben Hagaman TE 6-4 230 Nashville, Tenn. Franklin
Ian Hanselman LB 6-1 220 Manheim, Pa. Manheim Central
Jack Heneghan QB 6-4 220 Atherton, Calif. Menlo School
Stephen Johnston TE 6-4 220 Potomac, Md. Georgetown Prep
Charles Mack WR 5-11 175 Woodbridge, Va. Potomac Senior
Eric Meile LB 6-1 210 Ramsey, N.J. Don Bosco Prep
Porter Ontko RB 6-0 190 Naperville, Ill. Benet Academy
Anders Peterson* OL 6-5 260 Leesburg, Va. Tuscarora
Charlie Pontarelli DL 6-2 250 Glenview, Ill. Loyola Academy
Cameron Poole TE 6-5 230 Buford, Ga. Buford
Justin Porter CB 5-10 190 Pembroke Pines, Fla. Kent School
Wyatt Schmidt K/P 6-3 200 South St. Paul, Minn. St. Thomas Academy
Cameron Skaff TE 6-3 240 Haymarket, Va. Battlefield
David Smith K/P 5-11 170 Westmount, Que. St. Paul’s (N.H.)
Davaron Stockman DL 6-1 305 LaPlace, La. East St. John’s
Ryder Stone RB 5-10 205 Calgary, Alb. Phillips Andover (Mass.)
Emory Thompson WR 5-10 160 Lexington, Ky. Lawrence Dunbar
Nick Tomkins DL 6-4 235 Matawan, N.J. Matawan Regional
Forrest Town RB 5-11 185 Zachary, La. Zachary
Nick White RB 5-11 180 Lynnwood, Wash. Henry Jackson
Ross Wood S 6-1 175 Roswell, Ga. Greater Atlanta Christian
Andrew Yohe OL 6-3 280 Apollo, Pa. Kiski Area
Marcus Berg RB 5-8 180 Minneapolis, Minn. Blake School
Joshua Davis WR 5-11 165 Los Angeles, Calif. Garfield
Evan Key LB 6-2 205 Short Hills, N.J. Pingry School
Jimmy Knight LB 6-1 195 Greenwich, Conn. Brunswick School
Kyran McKinney-Crudden S 6-1 200 Glastonbury, Conn. Glastonbury