Friday, December 20, 2013

Former UConn commit headed to Temple

Milford Academy offensive tackle Chasz Wright, who originally committed to UConn out of Hylton High in Woodbridge, Va., has flipped his commitment to Temple according to Milford Academy coach Bill Chaplick.

Chaplick said he was surprised that Wright didn't land at UConn but that he loved his visit to Temple and made the decision to commit there.

Chaplick said that cornerback Jamar Summers is 100 percent solid on UConn and has already sent in his academic paperwork to the school and that he will be enrolling at UConn in January.

Wright becomes the third commit UConn has lost since the firing of Paul Pasqualoni.

Justin Noye, a quarterback from Rochester, N.Y., is headed to Old Dominion and Jordan Fuchs, a tight end from Christ the King who prepped at Milford Academy, originally committed to Rutgers before switching to Indiana and reports are that he has already signed.

New UConn coach Bob Diaco and offensive line coach Mike Foley, the only assistant coach retained by Diaco, have been busy contacted all the committed recruits. It sounds like they are in pretty good shape with the others although Kent School OL Trey Rutherford did visit Minnesota last weekend.


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