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Patriot League Commit Tracker, Class of 2022

(Photo Credit: Steve Hockstein/NJ Advance Media)

With this year's early signing period in December, along with traditional signing day in February and additional signing of recruits up until May, it felt like the right time to resurrect the Patriot League Commit Tracker for the class of 2022.

This is intended to be a rolling list, updated as we go, as student-athletes going to any Patriot League school sign National Letters of Intent.

We don't know the whole story yet behind each school's recruiting class.  But this post is intended to put in one place what we know so far.

As I learn more, I will add more names to each list.


Bucknell
Early Signing Day Release


Name PosHtWtHometownSchoolCommit Date
Ryan BetzDL6'3255Phoenixville, PAMalvern Prep12/20
Grayson CherubinoDE6'4240Hampton Bays, NYSaint Anthony's12/20
Sterling DearyCB5'10160Flower Mound, TXFlower Mound HS/Jireh Prep12/20
Dylan DeMarcoTE6'4225Princeton, NJThe Lawrenceville School12/20
Micah DennisCB5'9175Frisco, TXIndependence HS12/20
Tarrin EarleQB6'3185Montclair, NJMontclair HS12/20
Sam HildebrandS5'11185Cincinnati, OHLa Salle HS12/20
Dominic LylesWR6'2185Washington, DCDeMatha Catholix12/20
Cole McCabeLB5'11210Norristown, PAMalvern Prep12/20
Jacob RussOL6'3270Arlington, TXArlington HS12/20
Brandon SandersWR5'11195Downingtown, PASt. Joseph's Prep12/20
Noah SansaloneOL6'4255Vineland, NJVineland HS12/20

Colgate
Early Signing Day Release


Name PosHtWtHometownSchoolCommit Date
Sean AmillWR6'0190Greenwich, CTThe Brunswick School12/20
Mike BevinoTE6'3240Milford, CTNotre Dame Catholic/Deerfield Academy12/20
Milton BraaschLB6'0220Prairie Village, KSShawnee Mission East HS12/20
Coleman CocoDL6'4245Pittsburgh, PAMount Lebanon HS12/20
John CoxRB5'7200Moore Haven, FLMoore Haven Middle HS12/20
J.C. GaughanLB6'0195Moscow, PANorth Pocono HS12/20
Michael GriggsOL6'4285Wall, NJRed Bank Catholic12/20
Will GruberDB5'10175Hermitage, PAHickory HS12/20
Collin HeardDB5'10175West Bloomfield, MIWest Bloomfield HS12/20
J.T. HowerDB5'10170Kennett Square, PAUnionville HS12/20
Garrett OakeyWR5'11175Hinsdale, ILHinsdale Central HS12/20
Jared PetrichickLB6'2210Pittsford, NYPittsford Mendon HS12/20
Shiva PuttaguntaOL6'2260College Park, GAWoodward Academy12/20
Jayvion QueenOL6'5280Altoona, PAAltoona Area HS12/20
Jack ScislowskiRB5'6160Barrington, ILSt. Viator HS12/20
Josh SzottWR6'3190Princeton, NJThe Hun School12/20

Fordham
Early Signing Day Release

Name PosHtWtHometownSchoolCommit Date
Cameron BlairCB6'1190Jackson, NJSt. Peter's Prep12/20
Tim DeMoratQB6'4188Melbourne, FLViera HS12/20
Alfonzo Dixon IVDL6'2220Coral Springs, FLCoral Glades HS12/21
Austin GlazierOL6'6300Lagrange Park, ILFenwick HS12/20
Charlie GrossOL6'5275Chicago, ILLoyola Academy12/20
Devin HolmesTE6'5215Amherst, OHMarion L. Steele HS12/20
Anthony MarinelliOL6'3295Staten Island, NYDepaul Catholic12/20
Naim MayfieldRB5'10185Manalapan, NJManalapan HS12/20
Phil SalehOL6'4260Oak Park, ILRiver Forest HS12/20
Jaden VazquezDB6'1180Bethlehem, PALiberty HS12/20
Gavin WatsonDL6'3260Kingsway, NJKingsway HS12/20

Georgetown

Name PosHtWtHometownSchoolCommit Date
Dylan HatajikWR6'3185East Lyme, CTEast Lyme HS12/21
Mac HollensteinerOL6'6275Bethesda, MSLandon HS12/21
Liam McHaleTE6'6220Bronx, NYFordham Prep12/21
TJ ThomasOL6'4290Newark, DEDelaware Military Academy12/21

Holy Cross
Early Signing Day Release

Name PosHtWtHometownSchoolCommit Date
Jonathan AbramsRB6'0207Cleveland, OHWyoming Seminary12/20
Matt CedenoDL6'3240Delray Beach, FLAmerican Heritage HS12/20
Mason CopleyDL6'5260Aurora, OHAurora HS12/20
Tommy DohertyDB5'11172Scranton, PAScranton Prep12/20
Spencer GilliamWR5'11180San Antonio, TXRonald Reagan HS12/20
Cullen HonohanLB6'3200Winter Park, FLWinter Park HS12/20
Connor KennedyWR6'0175Cleveland, OHSt. Ignatius HS12/20
Walter ReynoldsDB5'11170Detroit, MIU of Detroit Jesuit12/20
Grady SmithOL6'4270Mendham, NJSt. Peter's Prep12/20
John SmithDB5'11185Lake Worth, FLPark Vista HS12/20
Matthew WoodLB5'11210Tampa, FLGaither HS12/20

Lafayette
Early Signing Day Release


Name PosHtWtHometownSchoolCommit Date
Jordan AndersonDB5'10170Temple, GASouth Paulding HS12/20
Aziz DiomadeWR5'10185Rockville, MDWalter Johnson HS12/20
Joe EganDB5'10175Atlanta, GAWestminster School12/20
Troy FisherQB6'5275Cranberry Township, PAPittsburgh Central Catholic12/20
Ian GraysonDL6'0260Cresskill, NJDon Bosco Prep12/20
Joe GrundhofferOL6'6260Wisconsin Rapids, WIAssumption HS12/20
Malik HammDL6'3240Baltimore, MDBaltimore City College HS12/20
Christian HollarLB6'2215Wilmington, NCHoggard HS12/20
Colin HurlbrinkDL6'3250Swarthmore, PAHaverford School12/20
Casey McCollumOL6'6280Lancaster, PAPenn Manor12/20
Billy SchaefferDL6'3220Warrington, PAArchbishop Wood12/20
Zadok ScottWR6'4225Aledo, TexasAll Saints Episcopal/Wyoming Seminary12/20
Steven StilianosTE6'5235Hayes, VAChristchurch School12/20
Ben WildOL6'6305Newtown, PABerks Catholic/Hun School12/20

Lehigh
Early Signing Day Release


Name PosHtWtHometownSchoolCommit Date
Rashawn AllenRB5'9215Canton, MIOrchard Lake St. Mary's Prep12/20
Alec BeesmerQB6'1190Kingston, NYMilton Academy12/20
Austin DambachWR6'3190Ellwood City, PARiverside HS12/20
Raymond FalconeWR6'1190Gibsonia, PAPine-Richard HS12/20
Chase FoleyLB6'1215Charlotte, NCCharlotte Catholic12/20
Jack FrisOL6'5305Coral Springs, FLAmerican Heritage HS12/20
Justn GurthOL6'3280Parsippany, NJParsippany Hills HS12/20
Michael LaurencelleDL6'4230Troy, MIBrother Rice HS12/20
Jan MaciejewskiOL6'4275Clifton, NJParamus Catholic12/20
Deshun MickensWR6'3195Woodbridge, VAC.D. Hylton HS12/21
Calvin RiveraOL6'6285Pittsford, NYPittsford-Mendon HS12/20
Bartek RybkaDL6'2265Old Bridge, NJParamus Catholic12/20
Alex SnyderTE6'5235Cumming, GALambert HS12/20

Comments

Gregor Renk said…
Nice post! I have never liked math at all. Last time I studied math was for a school exam. I am preparing for the law exam and have also started the Mobile Bar Review Courses. I like doing logical and reasoning questions. Anyway, this post has a lot of good information.

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