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The Unofficial Lafayette Commit List for the Class of 2017

High school players across the country right now are making decisions on their college futures, and some are making choices involving Patriot League schools.

The news trickles out slowly, from a variety of sources, and finally ends with the official announcement from the schools of the incoming football recruit class.

But with a little work (and a lot of help), it's possible to get a list together of verbal commits to the individual Patriot League schools. 

Below the flip, get a sneak peek of Lafayette's class of 2017, including links to some highlights, and also embedded video clips - and come back to this page often, as I'm going to be updating it frequently over the next few weeks.

DE Colin Albershardt (J.K. Mullen HS, Denver, CO)
5A 1st Team All-Conference
Mile High All-Colorado Defensive Lineman of the Year
Scout.com: Albershardt Opts For Patriot League



LB Conner Bor (Bishop Eustace Prep, Pannsauken, NJ)
Played QB,S and PK at Bishop Eustace, recruited as LB
All-South Jersey 2nd Team (Defense, S)
Philly.com: Bishop Eustace's Bor Picks Lafayette



CB Ben Carroll (St. Xavier Prep, Cincinnati, OH)
2nd Team All-GCL South
Cincinnati.Com Commit Announcement
Video available on Hudl Profile

OL/DL Robin Cepeda (Passaic Tech HS, Paterson, NJ)
2012 All-Passaic County (OL)
Twitter Commit

ATH Cameron Gamble (Woodbury HS, Woodbury, NJ)
Teammate of Alabama commit QB Anthony Averett
South Jersey Group I Finalists
Twitter Commit

 

RB Adin Greenfield (Miller Place HS, Miller Place, NY)
Scores four touchdowns in one game this season
Twitter main page states "Lafayette Class of 2017"
Video available on Hudl Profile

WR/DB Draeland James (Providence HS, Jacksonville FL)
Track and Field standout as well - 11.75 100 yard dash
Twitter Commit
Video available on Hudl profile
 
OL Toussaint Helm (Newburgh Free Academy HS, Newburgh, NY)
Member of NY Section 9 All-Star Game
Times Herald-Record: Helm Scores Full Ride to Lafayette Video available on Hudl profile


RB Kyle Mayfield (North Penn HS, Landsdale, PA)
1,045 yard rusher w/ 13 TDs senior year
Philly.com: North Penn's Mayfield to Lafayette



WR Hunter Price (Ralston Valley HS, Arvada, CO)
Division 5A Quarterfinalists
Listed on Denver Post Area Commitment List for Football
Video Available on Hudl Profile

QB Drew Reed (Arlington HS, Arlington, TN)
Played in 6 games senior year before suffering leg injury - 15 TDs, 1 INT
Shelby Metro Area: Reed Commits to Lafayette

 

DE/TE Matt Rothrock (Wilson HS,West Lawn, PA)
2011 and 2012 Lancaster-Lebanon League Section 1 Defensive Lineman of the Year



LB Duncan Sparks (Ragsdale HS, Jamestown, NC)
Piedmont Triad 4A All-Conference Team
Greenboro Sports Commit Announcement
Video Available on Hudl Profile

OL/DL Connor Staudle (Cornwall, HS, Cornwall, NY)
Member of NY Section 9 All-Star Game
Times Herald-Record: Cornwel's Staudle Takes Lafayette Offer



WR Tim Vangelas (Colts Neck HS, Colts Neck, NJ)
Single-season school record holder for catches (54), receiving yards (1041) and TDs (13)
AllShoreMedia: Vangelas Commits to Lafayette

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