High School: Interview with Nobles TE/DE Cam Large

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May 20, 2019

Nobles tight end, defensive end Cam Large is one of the top recruits in the class of 2020 in the state of Massachusetts. The junior out of Ponfret, Connecticut has been turning heads for the past two years and has 30 division one offers currently. Alabama, Ohio State, Notre Dane and most recently, Iowa have all extended offers to the talented two way star. We talked to Cam about the…

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High School: Christian Wilkins and Chris Lindstrom getting drafted in the first round reinforces the notion that Massachusetts is a football state

LOUISVILLE, KY - OCTOBER 14: Chris Lindstrom #75 of the Boston College Eagles in action during a game against the Louisville Cardinals at Papa John's Cardinal Stadium on October 14, 2017 in Louisville, Kentucky. Boston College won 45-42. (Photo by Joe Robbins/Getty Images)
April 26, 2019

(Photo by Joe Robbins/Getty Images) It was a night that Springfield’s Christian Wilkins and Dudley’s Chris Lindstrom will never forget. The two Massachusetts natives went back to back in the first round of the NFL Draft. Wilkins was drafted by the Miami Dolphins at pick 13 and Lindstrom went a pick later to the Atlanta Falcons at pick 14. It was not only a great night for Wilkins and Lindstrom…

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High School: List of 2019 Division 2 signees

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February 12, 2019

Matt Doyle, DT, Braintree Here is our most up to date list of local Division two signees for 2019. Mason Cadorette, DE, Dighton-Rehoboth, Franklin Pierce University Tyvarius Daniels, WR, Springfield Central, Franklin Pierce University Sten Bruno, LB, Brockton, Franklin Pierce University Devon Williams, ATH, Catholic Memorial, University of New Haven Andrew Rooney, TE, Quincy, Stonehill College Mike Connors, ILB, Whitman-Hanson, Stonehill College Nate Hautala, TE, Shrewsbury, Stonehill College Shea Gallo-Kolegue,…

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High School: Kevin Pyne choses to stay closer to home by committing to Boston College

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February 12, 2019

Former Millis and current Milford offensive tackle Kevin Pyne has verbally committed to Boston College. The 6-8 280 pound Pyne had offers from just about every major college football program in the country but ultimately decided to stay closer to home. Pyne transferred to his home town high school, Milford High School from Millis High School prior to last season. He played for Millis his freshmen and sophomore year. Under…

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High School: List of 2019 FCS signees

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February 9, 2019

Here is a list of the 2019 prospects who signed with FCS schools. Duane Binns, OLB, Everett, Central Connecticut State Myles Bradley, WR, Springfield Central Colgate Keshaun Dancey, S, Springfield Central – Colgate WIll Kolman, LB, Deerfield Academy, Colgate University Thomas Thibault, TE, Williston-Northampton School – Columbia Austin Thompson, DB, Berkshire School – Cornell Jeff Ciccio, TE, Bridgewater-Raynham – Fordham Jack Tishman, QB, Loomis-Chaffee (CT)  Wellesley  (MA), Georgetown Elijah Ayers, DB,…

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High School: Breakdown of the 2019 FBS signees

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February 8, 2019

It was another banner year for Massachusetts in recruiting. Here is a list of the top prospects in the Class of 2019 and where they signed. (Click on each players name to see their highlight films) Grant Laws, DT, Xaverian – UMass: Laws is stout and can align in multiple techniques along the defensive line. Jared Martino, RB, Cheshire Academy (CT), UMass: Martino is a good athlete. He is explosive…

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High School: Michigan Rolls Into Massachusetts and Makes Multiple Offers

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January 19, 2019

Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh and defensive coordinator Don Brown were in town on Thursday getting a jump start on recruiting for 2020 by offering multiple scholarships to local juniors. The five most notable offers Harbaugh made on Thursday were to Nobles and Greenough tight end, defensive end Cam Large, Boston College High School tight end, defensive end Ozzy Trapilo, St. John’s Shrewsbury wide receiver Jay Brunelle and Athlete Eamonn Dennis…

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High Schools: BB&N’s Andrew Nee made quite an impression in San Antonio last week

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January 6, 2019

Image courtesy of Andrew Nee/HUDL Buckingham, Browne and Nichols guard, tackle Andrew Nee (Class of 2020) of Walpole, Massachusetts made quite an impression last week at the All American Combine in San Antonio. The 6-4 280 pound Nee impressed college coaches on hand during the workout and drill portions of the combine. Love the finish on this one @neea2001 Andrew Nee! @tfledder has taught you very well! Future is certainly…

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High School Football: 5 Thoughts On Week 6 Of Massachusetts Football

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October 19, 2018

There were not that many great game this past weekend but there was still some quality football played. Here five thoughts on Week 6. 1.Milton proved that they are a legit contender in Division 4 South with an impressive win over Needham. The Wildcats held on despite a huge performance from Duke commit Matt Smith. 2. Mansfield got a scare from Attleboro winning in the waning second 42-35. The Hornets…

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High School Football: Top 5 Games For Week 6

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October 12, 2018

There are some quality games on the docket for week 6 of the Massachusetts high school football season. Here are my top five games for this week. Attleboro at Mansfield: Huge game as the Blue Bombardiers visit the Hornets. The winner of this game has the inside track to a Kelley Rex title in the Hockomock League. Franklin at Taunton: Sidwell Bowl 3 could be the best game yet in…

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