June 7, 2007
Taking a look at potential three-stars
Since finishing its first season as a member of the Big East in 2004, UConn has been able to consistently reel in three-star players, making next Wednesday's announcement of the nation's three-star players a special date for any Huskies fans. Consider the following:
- In the class of 2005, the Huskies signed six of the 32 three-star players they offered: Donald Brown, Todd Dorcelus, Rob Getek, Joe Akers, Brandon Dillon and Kitt Pommels. The team did not sign either of the two four-star players it offered.
- In the class of 2006, the Huskies signed four of the 27 three-star players they offered: Jarvis Hicks, Greg Robinson, Brad Kanuch and James Nixon (who would later defer to the class of 2007). The team did not sign any of the six four-star players it offered.
- In the class of 2007, the Huskies signed four of the 39 three-star players they offered: junior college Tyler Lorenzen, Kashif Moore, Gary Bardzak and C.J. Marck (in addition to Nixon). The team signed one of the ten four-star players it offered in Jarrell Miller.
At this point in the class of 2008 recruiting, the Huskies have confirmed offers out to nine four-star players, with four others connected to UConn. Which targets could earn initial three-star status next Wednesday?
Mike Beckford, DB, Charlottesville (Va.) Albemarle
On UConn: "Having [head coach Randy Edsall stop by Albemarle], that really stood out to me, because the head coach usually doesn't come down unless they really like you. When I had seen that, I was about to look at UConn pretty much, too."
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