Sunday, January 29, 2017

Former UConn commit Ryan Dickens headed to Lafayette

There may not be a high school football player who attracting more attention during this recruiting cycle than former UConn commit Ryan Dickens, who according to those close to him had his scholarship pulled by the new staff.

National media weighed in on the subject and more than a few haymakers were thrown in Randy Edsall's direction for pulling the rug for under Dickens.

Well, the story has a happy ending as the linebacker out of Raritan High School in Hazlet, N.J. announced on his Twitter account that he has committed to Lafayette.

Lafayette is coached by former NFL assistant coach John Garrett, the brother of Dallas Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett.

As for UConn, the Huskies are hitting the home stretch with 16 known commitments (including transfer running back David Williams). If my math is correct, the Huskies could have as many as 24 players signing which includes Omar Fortt, who is already enrolled at UConn.


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