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Recruting: Fortner twins commit to Army

Kalib and Liam Fortner have always talked about playing football together in college. The Knoxville (Tenn.) Central twins have also discussed going the military route to further their education. The opportunity for both presented itself when the Fortners were offered by Army last week. They didn’t take much time to make their college decision. Kalib […]

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Army impacted by Ivy League’s decision, home game vs. Princeton cancelled

Army’s 2020 football season is officially down to 11 games after the Ivy League elected to postpone fall sports until 2021 due to the coronavirus. The Black Knights were the only Football Bowl Subdivision team affected by the move as Army was scheduled to host Princeton on Oct. 10 at Michie Stadium. Army released a […]

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Recruiting: Oklahoma RB Alexander joins 2021 class

Army added speed and athleticism to its backfield of the future when Eufaula (Okla.) running back Noah Alexander announced his commitment to the Black Knights Tuesday. Alexander, who plays in a power-running offense, rushed for 1,448 yards and 16 touchdowns as a junior. He runs a 4.43 40-yard dash, per his Twitter profile. Alexander was […]

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Recruiting: Texas QB Mundell picks Army

Zach Mundell’s quarterback skill set attracted the attention of all three Division I service academies. Army was the first to offer the Martin (Arlington) Texas rising senior in March. Navy and Air Force followed with offer to Mundell in May. Mundell committed to Jeff Monken and the Black Knights Thursday, citing a strong connection with […]

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Recruiting: The best Father’s Day present. DB Leroy Watson commits to Army.

Leroy Watson saved his college commitment announcement for Sunday in an effort to surprise his father. Watson announced his decision to attend Army in front of family members on Father’s Day. But, his dad, Leroy, had figured out his son’s move along the way. “Can’t keep a secret from him,” Watson said. “It’s the best […]

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Recruiting: Florida QB Robbie Sanders joins Army 2021 class

Robbie Sanders runs a spread offense in high school but the Lake Minneola (Fla.) rising senior believes he possesses the athleticism, decision making and speed to master Army’s flexbone formation. Army’s coaching staff agreed. Sanders received his only offer to continue to play the position in college from Army. Others showed interest in Sanders as […]

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Recruiting: Army lands Texas fullback Casey Shorter

Katy Taylor (Texas) fullback Casey Shorter completed a four-month recruiting process when he announced his commitment to the Black Knights Friday. Shorter’s path to West Point started with a message from assistant coach Mike Viti in February. But, his knowledge of the program began much earlier. The all-Houston area talent hails from the same high […]

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2020 Army freshmen class

Army will be adding to its depth at quarterback this fall as seven prospects will be among the Black Knights’ freshmen class. Alijah Curtis, Alex Meredith, Christian Parrish and Jaylon West played for Army Prep last fall. Collin Guggenheim, Roman Purcell and Delshawn Traylor will be direct admit. Here’s a working list of the freshmen […]

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Recruiting: Cerniauskas’ commitment

Michael Cerniauskas’ West Point connections run deep. Cerniaukas’ father, Chris, is a 1993 graduate. His uncles Paul and Michael also graduated West Point in 1993 and 1995. The Catholic (Baton Rogue, La.) safety’s college decision was entirely his after receiving offers from Army, Navy and Air Force. After a virtual visit Saturday, Cerniauskas was one […]

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Recruiting: Super Sunday

Army’s 2021 class doubled Sunday as five recruits announced their commitments to the Black Knights. Three of the commits received offers from Navy, Air Force or both. Another was a 2019 first-team, all-state Oklahoma linebacker. The other is one of the top tight ends in Missouri. Triton Central (Ind.) long snapper Jaxon Miller, Catholic (Baton […]

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