Head Coach Kevin Kelly has announced his recruiting class, including 22 incoming freshmen.
May 3, 2012
WASHINGTON - The Georgetown University football program will welcome an incoming freshmen class of 22 student-athletes to the Hilltop when summer practice begins in August. Head Coach Kevin Kellyannounced the class, including newcomers from 14 different states with three from each North Carolina, New York and Texas and two apiece from California and New Jersey. Georgetown will welcome two players born outside with the country with one born in the Democratic Republic of Congo and another born in Okinawa, Japan.
In the Hoyas will add 12 new student-athletes to the offense, with four offensive lineman, three wide receivers, two quarterbacks and one running back, fullback and tight end. Of the 10 players added on defense, four are linebackers, three defensive lineman and three defensive backs.
"Our coaching staff did very well in meeting our needs at all positions," Kelly said about the 22 student-athlete class. "We are bringing in some excellent players, who should add needed depth to each position on the field, which is what will continue to make this program stronger for the future. With the number of talented and experienced student-athletes coming back next season we anticipate this group pushing our upperclassmen and making practice more competitive."
The Hoyas will welcome an athletic class, with 17 of the 22 incoming student-athletes competing in multiple sports at the varsity level. Overall, the class earned 132 varsity letters at the high school level and displayed leadership with 16 of the student-athletes being selected as team captains for at least one year.
Charlotte, N.C./Charlotte Latin
High School: A six-time letterwinner, earning three in football, two in track and one in basketball...Named captain of football and track team during his senior year and a captain in the NC/SC Shrine Bowl in 2011...Selected first team All-State, South Charlotte Region and all-conference in 2011...Helped lead Charlotte Latin to conference championships in three consecutive seasons and a state championship in 2009...Finished career with 210 tackles, 23 sacks and 16 forced fumbles...Helped lead track team to a North Carolina State Championship in 2011...Coached in football and track by Larry McNulty.
SPENCER BALL HIGHLIGHTS
High School: An 11-time letterwinner, earning two in football, four in track, three in basketball and two in cross country...A two-time team captain in basketball and a senior captain on track...Selected all-conference in football during his senior season...A three-time all-conference basketball selection and an All-State Academic selection for basketball in 2012...Holds the North HS all-time basketball scoring record...Coached in football by Eric Longtin.
HUNTER BOOKS HIGHLIGHTS
High School: A four-year letterwinner in football...Also competed in track...Was named DeMatha's Offensive MVP for the 2011 season...Selected Second Team All-WCAC during his senior season...Earned the National Scholar Athlete Award...Coached by Elijah Brooks.
TROYE BULLOCK HIGHLIGHTS
High School: An eight-time letterwinner, earning three in football, two in basketball, two in baseball and one in track...Named team captain of football and track during senior season...Named a third team All-State selection...A three-time All-Freeman selection and two-time all-league selection in football...Named First Team All-Section Nine as a senior...Set Kingston HS record for receptions, receiving yards and touchdowns, as well as the Section Nine record for receiving touchdowns (29)...Helped lead school to a division championship in 2011...Coached in football by Jeramie Collins.
JAKE DECICCO HIGHLIGHTS
Charleston, S.C./Mercersburg Academy (Pa.)
High School: A six-time letterwinner, earning three in football, two in track and field and one in wrestling...Named football team captain during his senior season playing offensive and defensive tackle...Named First Team All Mid-Atlantic Prep League on offense and defense and second team all-area as a senior...Named all-conference honorable mention as a junior...Finished fifth in the PAIAA state meet in the discus...Was a Distinguished Scholar...Coached in football by Daniel Walker.
GERVERUS FLAGG HIGHLIGHTS
Powder Springs, Ga./McEachern
High School: A seven-time letterwinner, earning three in football and four in track...A two-time captain on the track team...A five-time Junior Olympic qualifier, four-time Georgia High School Association Track qualifier...Selected the 2011 Schuman's National Underclassmen Combine Defensive Back MVP...2012 Cobb County Touchdown Club McEachern Scholar Athlete of the Year...Helped team to 2009 and 2010 region championships and 2011 track region championship...Coached in football by Kyle Hockman...2011 Georgia Merit Recipient and member of the National Honor Society.
CAMERON GAMBLE HIGHLIGHTS
Boston, Mass./Deerfield Academy
High School: A 13-time letterwinner, earning four in football, four in basketball, four in golf and one in track and field...Selected as basketball team captain in 2010-2011 at Belmont Hill and again in 2011-2012 at Deerfield...An All-ISL selection in football, basketball and golf in 2010-2011...Coached by Kevin Fleming in football at Belmont Hill and Michael Silipo at Deerfield...Graduated from Belmont Hill magna cum laude.
HARRISON GLOR HIGHLIGHTS
Defensive End - Longsnapper
Los Angeles, Calif./Harvard-Westlake
High School: A three-year letterwinner in football...Led team in sacks in all three season of his high school career...Named Second Team All-Mission League...Selected to the Daily News Valley All-Star Game in 2012...Selected to the Prep Star Calif. Southern Section All-Star Game in 2012...Member of the Santa Monica Rugby Club that earned a Southern California State Championship...AP Scholar with Distinction...Coached by Vic Eumont.
ANDREW GREEN HIGHLIGHTS
Chapel Hill, N.C./East Chapel Hill
High School: A five-time letterwinner, earning two in football, two in track and field and one in lacrosse...Named football team captain during his senior...An all-conference selection in 2011...Coached by Bill Renner in football...Member of the National Honor Society...Brother, James plays baseball at Georgetown University.
WILLIAM HEINE HIGHLIGHTS
High School: A six-time letterwinner, earning three letters in football and three letters in basetball...Football team captain during his senior season...Two-time Peoria Journal-Star All Area first team selection, two-time Mid-Illini All Conference first team selection and All-State honorable mention during his senior year...Helped lead team to state playoffs for two-consecutive seasons...Earned Academic All-State honors two times...Was coached by Jason Thiry.
MATT HUNGATE HIGHLIGHTS
Democratic Republic of Congo/Euless Trinity
High School: A two-year letterwinner in football, and one-year starter at running back...Selected to the Texas All-State 5A team as a running back during his senior season...Rushed for 2,109 yards and 26 total touchdowns, averaging over 10 yards per carry...Coached by Steve Lineweaver.
JO'EL KIMPELA HIGHLIGHTS
Nutley, N.J./Bergen Catholic
High School: A six-time letterwinner, earning three in football and three in wrestling...Named a captain on the football and wrestling team as a senior...Selected First Team All-State, all-county and all-league during in football during his senior year...Finished his football career with 180 tackles and 22 sacks in three seasons...Earned a New Jersey State Championship in wrestling during his senior season, while earning three district championships and one county championship during his career...Coached in football by Nunzio Campanile.
HUNTER KISELICK HIGHLIGHTS
Garden City, N.Y./Kellenberg Memorial
High School: A six-time letterwinner, earning two in football, two in basketball and two in lacrosse...Named football team captain for his senior season...Named New York Catholic High School Football League first team as a senior, earning a spot in the CHSFL All Star Game...Helped lead team to consecutive NY CHSFL AA Division Championships in 2010 and 2011...Played center on the basketball team and goalie on the lacrosse team...Coached by Kevin Hanifan, Len Breton, Jim McDermot and Edward Solosky in football...Member of the National Honor Society.
Palo Alto, Calif./Palo Alto
High School: A seven-time letterwinner, earning four in football, two in track and field and one in basketball...Named a three-year team captain in football...Three-time first team All De Anza League selection...Earned National Football Foundation Student-Athlete Award in 2011...Helped lead team to a California Division 1 State Championship in 2010 and three league championships...Coached by Earl Hansen in football.
MICHAEL LYZWA HIGHLIGHTS
Syracuse, N.Y./Christian Brothers Academy
High School: A five-time letterwinner, earning three in football and two in basketball...Named team captain in football and basketball during his senior season...Selected first team all-league in 2011...Named the 2011 Sectional Championship Game MVP, throwing five touchdown passes...Helped lead football team to consecutive league championships...Also named the League Championship Game MVP in basketball...National Football Foundation Scholar Athlete Award Winner in 2011...Member of the National Honor Society, as well as National Merit Commended Student...Coached by Joe Casamento in football.
CAMERON MACPHERSON HIGHLIGHTS
Branford, CT/Branford High School/Choate Rosemary Hall
High School: A six-time letterwinner, earning three in each football and basketball at Branford High School, while being named team captain and All-Conference in both sports...Attended Choate Rosemary Hall as a post graduate, where he started at quarterback...helped lead Choate football and basketball teams to the NEPSAC Class-A championship games...First Team Class-A New England Prep School Athletic Conference in football...Connecticut All-Star Team selection 2011...Connecticut High School Coach Association Academic All-State...Member of the National Honor Society. Coached by Mike Tracy at Branford and Erik Cooper at Choate Rosemary Hall.
KYLE NOLAN HIGHLIGHTS
Dallas, Texas/Dallas Christian School
High School: An eight-time letterwinner, earning four in football and four in track and field...Four-year starter in football, being named captain in his last two seasons...Two-time first team All-State selection and district defensive MVP in 2011...Named all-district linebacker in 2009...Helped lead team to a state championship in 2008 and three district championships...Finished career with 467 career tackles...Selected Academic All State in football and track.
TY PARSONS HIGHLIGHTS
Columbus, Ohio/Upper Arlington
High School: A six-time letterwinner, earning three in football and three in lacrosse...Named a team captain in 2011...First Team All-Central Ohio District 1 and First Team all-conference Division I...Special mention All-State Division I and a top 20 defensive backs in the state...Made the game-winning play against Troy in the first round of the playoffs...Finished with nine career interceptions.
Euless, Texas/Euless Trinity
High School: A six-time letterwinner, earning four in football and two in track from Grant High School before transferring to Euless Trinity for his junior and senior season...Was named a captain of the Grant High School football team as a sophomore...First team all-district selection during his senior season at outside linebacker...First Team Academic All-State in 2011...Earned second team all-district as a freshman and first team all-district as a sophomore at Grant...Helped Trinity to the state championship game in 2010 and helped lead the team to a Bi-divisional championship in 2011...Coached in football by Steve Lineweaver.
DEZMOND RICHARDON HIGHLIGHTS
Cherry Hill, N.J./Cherry Hill East
High School: A four-time letterwinner in football, being selected a two-time team captain...Three-time all-conference selection, earning a spot on the All-Group 4 Team in 2010 and the Super 100 All-State Team in 2010...In 30 career games, he compiled 264 tackles, 28 tackles for loss, four sacks, 12 forced fumbles and blocked two punts returned for touchdowns...Coached by Tom Coen...Nominated for High School Hall of Fame...Received an invitation to the Under Armour All-American Combine and the US Army National Combine.
MATTHEW SATCHELL HIGHLIGHTS
Okinawa, Japan/Northside (N.C.)
High School: A three-year letterwinner in football, playing wide receiver and cornerback...A two-time all-conference and all-area selection...Named All-State wide receiver by NC Preps in 2011...Helped lead team to a 12-1 record and an ECC Championship in 2011...Coached by Bob Eason.
ETTIAN SCOTT HIGHLIGHTS
Fort Lauderdale, Fla./North Broward Prep
High School: A four-year letterwinner in football playing as a wide receiver and return specialist...Posted one of the best return averages in Broward County during his senior season...Was selected to the Broward-Beach Bowl and the Private vs. Public All-Star games following his senior season...Helped lead North Broward Prep to an 8-1 record and a district championship...Coached by Rex Nottage and Derrick Mays.
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