UConn Football gets commitments from a handful of Connecticut standouts Will Aldam Feb. 2, 2023 Updated: Feb. 2, 2023 6:43 p.m.
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Joel Barlow's Danny Shaban runs the ball during a football game between Joel Barlow and Weston, at Weston High School Stadium on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022.
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2 of3 Jonathan Law quarterback John Neider gets away from a Notre Dame of West Haven tacklers during his team's defeat in the CIAC Class M football semifinals in West Haven, Conn. on Sunday, December 4, 2022. Brian A. Pounds/Hearst Connecticut Media Show More Show Less
Bristol Central's Victor Rosa (center) poses with his Walter Camp Connecticut Player of the Year award alongside nominees Norwalk's Camryn Edwards (left) and Cromwell/Portland's Teddy Williams during the 14th Annual Breakfast of Champions at the Omni Hotel, New Haven, Sunday, March 13, 2022.
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As the second national signing day started on Wednesday, UConn football had a relatively quiet day,
officially announcing just two transfers.
But while Jim Mora and his coaching staff's first independently recruited class is relatively small with limited scholarships, the program has still managed to keep some of the state's top talent in Connecticut.