New Hampshire Football Report

UNH lands lineman

DURHAM – University of New Hampshire football coach Sean McDonnell announced Wednesday that Dylan Maciulewicz, a 6-foot-4, 280-pound offensive/defensive lineman, signed a national letter of intent during the early signing period to join the program this fall. Maciulewicz was the lone player to sign with the Wildcats on Wednesday.

“Dylan is a very good athlete, and he moves very well for an offensive lineman,” McDonnell said. “He has a wide wingspan, great feet, and both skills will aid him in pass protection. He can play all three positions on the offensive line, and his versatility will add great depth to the UNH offensive line.”

Maciulewicz, who lives in Erie, Pa., spent last season at the Tilton School, where he was a team captain for head coach and former UNH assistant coach Matt Dawson. Maciulewicz previously played at McDowell High School in Erie, where he helped guide the Trojans to a 9-2 record, the District 10 Class 6A championship and a second-round playoff berth in 2019. He was named Pennsylvania 6A All-State First Team, All-Region First Team, Big School All-District and a Varsity Cup All-Star.

The early signing period is a 72-hour window from Wednesday to Friday for incoming student-athletes wishing to announce their commitment prior to National Signing Day, which is Feb. 3.

The UNH football team is tentatively scheduled to play its season opener March 6 against UAlbany at Wildcat Stadium. The Wildcats are slated to play a six-game, conference-only schedule as part of the CAA’s spring football season. No decisions have been made regarding spectators for the spring 2021 football season.


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