Monday, July 22, 2013

Three UConn commits heading to Milford Academy

The 2013 Milford Academy football team will have at least three future UConn players on its roster.

Jamar Summers is one of three UConn commits who
will play at Milford Academy in the fall.
I previously reported that Jordan Fuchs, a tight end from Malvern, N.Y. who was a two-sport star at Christ the King, and cornerback-receiver Jamar Summers from Orange, N.J. were headed to Milford Academy. I just got off the phone with Milford Academy coach Bill Chaplick who confirmed that offensive tackle Chasz Wright from Woodbridge, Va. will also suit up for the Falcons.

"I like all three of them," Chaplick said. "Hopefully it will work out and they will be there in January."

Chaplick said all three are still firmly committed to UConn and he doesn't anticipate any academic issues with any of them.

Milford Academy starts practice on Aug. 10 and the Falcons opens up with a home game against Globe Institute on Aug. 24. The 12-game schedule also includes a trip to play the Yale JV squad on Oct. 20.

The Reading (Pa.) Eagle reported that UConn commit Jalan Branford will play at Fork Union Military Academy.

That leaves the destination of two more Pennsylvania products - Harrisburg linebacker Chris Britton and Dunmore defensive tackle Michael Boland.

I spoke to Harrisburg football coach Calvin Everett today and he said Britton hasn't decided on a prep school yet but that could happen at some point next week. I haven't had luck getting information of where Boland will be enrolling yet.


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