New Hampshire Football Report

Dartmouth recruiting class released

HANOVER —Dartmouth coach Buddy Teevens has announced his incoming recruits for the fall of 2021 with a total of 29 student-athletes. The class features six offensive linemen, five defensive backs, five defensive linemen, four linebackers, three wide receivers, two running backs, two tight ends, one quarterback and one punter.

The student-athletes come from 15 states and two foreign countries — Canada and Germany. Georgia boasts the most recruits with four student-athletes, while Indiana and Pennsylvania each have three. Colorado, Illinois, New Jersey, Texas and Washington all have two apiece, and Alabama, California, Florida, Minnesota, New York, North Carolina and Virginia each have one, as do Canada and Germany.

Dartmouth, which did not play the 2020 season due to the COVID-19 pandemic, is coming off a 2019 season in which it went 9-1 overall and 6-1 in the Ivy League. With that conference record, the Big Green earned a share of their 19th Ivy League title, most in the conference, plus ended the year ranked in the top 25 for the second straight campaign. The 2021 season is scheduled to begin on Sept. 18 on the road at Valparaiso in the first meeting between the two schools on the gridiron.

Student-Athlete Pos Ht Wt Hometown High School
Ejike Adele DL 6-1 245 Atlanta, Ga. Westminster School
John Ballowe LB 6-2 215 Richmond, Va. Collegiate School
Christian Benson RB 5-8 180 DeSoto, Texas Parish Episcopal
Ahmir Braxton DB 6-0 175 Colorado Springs, Colo. Vista Ridge
James Coslet OL 6-3 250 Millington, N.J. Watchung Hills
Cayman Duncan OL 6-6 295 Spring, Texas Kinkaid School
Zachary Farris DB 6-0 175 Coral Springs, Fla. Cardinal Gibbons
Carson Franks S 6-1 195 State College, Pa. State College HS
Remington Gall WR 6-5 195 Avon, Ind. Avon
Alex Geraci TE 6-4 225 Cornwall-on-Hudson, N.Y. Don Bosco Prep
Jackson Gerard WR 6-2 200 West Chicago, Ill. St. Francis
Davis Golick P 6-1 200 Smyrna, Ga. Woodward Academy
Isaiah Golonka DL 6-4 230 Huntsville, Ala. Canterbury School
Josiah Green DL 6-2 240 Indianapolis, Ind. North Central
Micah Green LB 6-1 215 Indianapolis, Ind. North Central
Sean Harmon TE 6-5 220 Seattle, Wash. Bishop Blanchet
Dillon Holifield S 6-2 195 Roswell, Ga. Roswell
Tristan Holmbeck OL 6-4 260 Philadelphia, Pa. Springside Chestnut Hill
Q Jones RB 5-11 180 Fountain, Colo. Fountain-Fort Carson
Zachary Lytle DL 6-4 225 Winnipeg, Manitoba St. Paul’s
Nick Marinaro OL 6-2 270 Wayzata, Minn. Benilde-St. Margaret’s
James Morrison OL 6-5 235 Mahweh, N.J. St. Joe’s
Braden Mullen LB 6-3 210 Glenview, Ill. Loyola Academy
Derrell Porter-Smith DL 6-1 260 Penn Hills, Pa. Worcester Academy
Jackson Proctor QB 6-1 190 Kent, Wash. Kentwood
Painter Richards-Baker WR 6-1 190 Hillsborough, N.C. Christ School
Charis Spence LB 6-1 195 McDonough, Ga. Eagles Landing
Konstantin Spörk OL 6-5 270 Pulheim, Germany Phillips Andover (Mass.)
Jordan Washington DB 6-1 185 Escondido, Calif. JSerra


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