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2018 recruiting class: Direct or Army Prep

With R-Day approaching quickly on July 2, here’s a partial list of 2018 Army commits who will be attending West Point or Army Prep. Some names are missing off the our past lists including Tomball Memorial (Texas) safety Christian Cross and cornerback Torey Richardson, who posted on social media that they are no longer attending Army. [...]

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Recruiting: South Carolina QB Alex Meredith, California FB Cole Truex latest commits

Three-year starting A.L. Hanna (S.C.) quarterback Alex Meredith committed to Army this week. Meredith has thrown for close to 6,000 yards and 62 touchdowns in three seasons. He’s rushed for 1,400 yards and 14 touchdowns. Meredith, who is 6-foot and 185 pounds, had offers from Navy and in-state Coastal Carolina. “I chose the school that [...]

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Schedule update: 2018 Home Kickoff Times Announced

Army’s six 2018 home games will all kick off at noon at Michie Stadium, CBS Sports Network released Thursday. All games will be aired on CBS Sports Network including the marquee Commander in Chief’s trophy matchup against Air Force on Nov. 3. Army will play its home opener on Sept. 8 against Liberty, a transitional [...]

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Schedule update: Army opens 2018 at Duke on August 31

Army will open its season on the road in August for the first time in the program’s 128-year history. The Black Knights’ season opener at Duke has been moved from Saturday Sept. 1 to Friday August 31. Kickoff is set for 7 p.m. The game will be aired on ESPNU. Army has played two home [...]

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Recruiting: Louisiana RB Collier joins 2019 class

Shacori Collier posted some impressive numbers his junior season at Many (La.) High. Collier rushed for more than 1,900 yards and scored 30 touchdowns (according to Max Preps), drawing the attention of Division I schools including Army, Air Force, Colorado State, Rice and Arkansas State. Army was the first school to offer Collier in mid-April. [...]

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Aukerman gets tryout with Saints

Army senior linebacker Alex Aukerman has accepted an invitation to Saints rookie mini-camp this weekend in New Orleans. The Saints are bringing Aukerman, who has led Army in sacks and tackles for loss the past two seasons, in as a fullback. Aukerman, who is 6-foot-1, 260-pounds, will participate in the mini-camp, which runs from Friday [...]

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Captains Woolfolk & Holland on leading Black Knights, sustaining winning at West Point

Darnell Woolfolk captained one of New York’s most storied high school football programs as a Maine-Endwell senior but the fullback didn’t think much of being named one of Army’s leaders when he first arrived at West Point. Woolfolk received limited action his freshman season and was focused on making more of an impact. He’s made [...]

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Post-spring depth chart

Kelvin Hopkins finished the spring atop Army’s quarterback depth chart. Hopkins, who will be a junior in the fall, ran the first-team offense in the Black-Gold Game and the team’s only scrimmage of the spring. Cam Thomas, a sophomore in the fall, is Army’s No. 2 quarterback heading out spring. Kell Walker, who practiced at [...]

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Players remember Brandon Jackson on April 17 and every day

Brandon Jackson was in the thoughts and prayers of Darnell Woolfolk and his Army teammates and coaches Tuesday. Players shared stories and memories about Jackson, who would have turned 22 years old today. Jackson, Army’s two-year starting cornerback, passed away in a single-car accident on Sept. 11, 2016. Coach Jeff Monken has said Jackson’s locker [...]

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Recruiting: Hanover Area (Pa.) lineman Justin Kopko’s commitment, Black-Gold Game visitors

Justin Kopko’s connection to Army football started to grow the moment the Hanover Area (Pa.) junior received the underclassman offensive lineman MVP award at the Black Knights’ prospect camp last summer. Kopko made his eighth trip to West Point for the Black-Gold Game Friday. The 6-foot-4, 315-pound tackle gave his commitment to coach Jeff Monken [...]

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