Tag Archives: UCONN

Recruiting Spotlight: Joseph Scelfo

20 Mar

For most college football programs offensive line is their top priority. For one school this won’t be a problem. Whoever signs North Oconee High School’s Joseph Scelfo will get a solid lineman who can play both center and guard. This 6`2 275 pound guard has both power and excellent technique. But more importantly he has great leadership skills and superb academic success (3.43 GPA).

Check him out. Number 66

The cornerstone of any successful team requires a solid group of offensive linemen. This collective group of men is responsible for the success or failure of each offensive play.

He began his high school career as a starting sophomore and never looked back. Scelfo is a leader on the Titans offensive unit. Registering a career high 11 pancakes in a game, Joseph Scelfo is the truth.

As a result of his exceptional play he has been the recipient of All region and All Area awards. His play hasn’t gone unnoticed, schools including UAB, Marshall, Ole Miss, Georgia Tech, Wake Forest, Miami, UL Monroe, MTSU, Furman, Wofford, Syracuse, Samford, UCLA, South Carolina, and Virginia Tech has begun sending him mail.

His sports heroes include Todd Mclure, Tony Gonzalez, Jeff Saturday, Walter Jones, and Chris Scelfo. His play reminds me of linemen like Walter Jones, Jon Runyan, and Larry Allen. This kid has pure talent and an enormous upside. A great addition to whatever university he decides to attend.

Expected Graduation Year: 2012

Contact Information

Phone: 504 912 8303
Email: josephscelfo66@yahoo.com

Recruiting Spotlight: Jacob Williams

25 Feb

The great Vince Lombardi once said, “The difference between a successful person and others is not a lack of strength, not a lack of knowledge, but rather in a lack of will.” Well Jacob Williams doesn’t have to worry about that. This 5`8, 155 pound football player is a pure explosive playmaker. He reminds me of players like DeSean Jackson, Percy Harvin, Nnamdi Asomugha, and one of his sports heroes Champ Bailey with his great ball skills and speed.

Williams plays cornerback on the defensive side of the ball and wide receiver in the team’s pistol offense. He also handles the punt and kick return duties for St. Francis. In the 40 yard dash he runs a 4.65. Check out this exceptional player for yourself. Jersey Number: #10

He has received several honors for his play and leadership. He has 3 MVP awards, an Inspirational Player award, and Defensive Back award. Not only is he a great football player, he is a great student as well. Williams has a 3.2 GPA. These accolades haven’t gone unnoticed. Schools like Alberta, Bishop’s, Mount Allison, Waterloo, British Columbia, STFX, York, Western, Toronto, Wilfred Laurier, and Windsor has all shown interest in Williams.

St. Francis High School (Calgary, AB, Canada)
Class of 2011
Contact Information

(403) 210-0558

UConn Recruiting Class

3 Feb

UConn’s Paul Pasqualoni signs 16 to his first recruiting class. Highly touted recruits LB Jefferson Ashiru and QB Michael Nebrich are the biggest names of the 16 commits.

It’s also important to say that most of the commits who committed to the program under Randy Edsall will remain with the program.

UConn Booster Wants His $3 Million Back

26 Jan

A major UConn booster Robert G. Burton isn’t satisfied with the direction the school is going in. Thus, he wants his money back. Yeah that doesn’t sound so bad. Well he donated the school $3 million dollars to build a training facility named after him.

The problem has less to do with the school but more to do with the schools athletic director Jeff Hathaway. In a letter written to Hathaway by Burton makes that clear. Click the link to read the full letter

UConn Hires DeLeone as OC

23 Jan

University of Connecticut officially hires George DeLeone as its offensive coordinator. He is a 1970 graduate of UConn and a former assistant of head coach Paul Pasqualoni.

DeLeone said in a press release “It is a tremendous honor to return to UConn. It is my school and I am excited to continue the development of the success that the program has enjoyed in recent years. It is also special to be working again with Coach Pasqualoni.”

Dallas Cowboys Paul Pasquloni Hired By UConn

14 Jan

Dallas Cowboys interim defensive coordinator, Paul Pasqualoni, has reportedly been hired by the University of Connecticut as their head football coach.

Pasqualoni, according to early reports beat out former Miami Hurricanes offense coordinator Mark Whipple.

Paul Pasquloni was the head coach for Syracuse from 1991-2004. In that time the program went 107-59-1 and 6-3 in bowls.

Delaware Keeler Not A Candidate For UConn

10 Jan

Coach K.C. Keeler of Delaware isn’t a candidate for the UConn head coaching job.

It has been speculated that he might be up for consideration for the post after Randy Edsall left for Maryland. Keeler agent contacted Connecticut officials to tell them his client wasn’t interested in the position.

UConn Major Ticket Troubles

19 Dec

Guess what? Not a big surprise. UConn is having trouble selling its tickets for the Fiesta Bowl. Now as a West Virginia grad, I would undoubtedly be certain that all the tickets would have already been sold out. However, UConn have only sold 4,000 of their 17,500 tickets. As of now the university is holding $2.5 million in tickets. A number which the school has to fit the bill for if the tickets goes unsold.

Rodriquez has his guy [Pat White 2.0]

5 Sep

After a whole offseason the Michigan Wolverines quarterbacks didn’t know who would be taking snaps under center, well in their case behind center in shotgun. With just 24 hours till kickoff, Michigan Head Coach Rich Rodriquez notified Denard Robinson that he will be the guy. The sophomore QB was thrill to hear he was the starting QB.

He didn’t disappoint either. In Saturday’s game against UCONN, Robinson ran for 197 yards, setting a school record for a QB, and a TD. And he threw 22 passes with 19 completions for 186 yards and a TD.

Known as the creator of the spread option Rich Rodriquez knows the qualities of a spread QB. At West Virginia University Rodriquez was the coach of Pat White, the NCAA all time leading rusher among QB’s. And he might have found his Pat White 2.0 in Denard Robinson.

After the game both head coach and player sported huge smiles in the post game interview on ABC.

www.annarbor.com reports that Tate Foricer said, “All you need to know is I’m out”