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Christian Poe off team

One of the few question marks left for Army’s offense following spring practice was who would replace senior wide receiver Edgar Poe’s downfield production this fall. Christian Poe, Edgar’s brother, was the leading candidate to fill the role and ended spring as a top wide receiver alongside Jeff Ejekam. But, it appears Army will have [...]

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June update: Direct or Army Prep

With R-Day right around the corner on July 3, here’s an updated list of 2017 Army commits who will be attending West Point or Army Prep. Some names are missing off the list including Sharpstown (Texas) cornerback Dallas Blacklock. Blacklock is headed to Texas Southern, where his father, Dallas, is a wide receivers coach. The [...]

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Macek departing

Cole Macek, Army’s third-string fullback last season, is officially leaving the academy. Macek, who played behind classmates and rising juniors Andy Davidson and Darnell Woolfolk, rushed 254 yards on just 35 carries and scored three touchdowns in 2016. A linebacker as a freshman, Macek, nicknamed “The Noise”, started against Notre Dame and gained 111 fourth-quarter [...]

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Recruiting: Virginia DE Cockrill commits

Army continues to build its defensive line of the future with a commitment from Westfield (Va.) defensive end Nolan Cockrill over the weekend. Cockrill, who is 6-foot-3 and 230 pounds, has started the last two seasons as a tight end/H-Back on Westfield’s back-to-back Virginia state championship teams. He’s expected to see more time on defense [...]

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2017 June Prospect Camp MVPs

The Woodlands (Texas) rising senior Quinn Binney was selected as the top quarterback among his class for the second year in a row at Army football prospect camp. Binney received the upperclassmen (Class of 2018) most valuable quarterback award Saturday. He was the underclassmen MVP last summer. Binney is committed to Army for…lacrosse.  He committed [...]

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Recruiting: Pa. DT Bryce latest commit

St. Joseph’s (Philadelphia, Pa.) defensive tackle Ryan Bryce announced his commitment to Army football on social media Tuesday morning. Bryce is Army’s seventh commit of the 2018 class and its most highly-rated. Power Five schools Rutgers (Big Ten) and Virginia (ACC) were Bryce’s first two offers. Bryce visited West Point for Army’s spring game and [...]

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Recruiting: Jackson, Shoffner decommit

High school teammates Daniel Jackson and Dominique Shoffner announced their decommitments from Army on consecutive days this week. Jackson, an all-state, first-team safety at Middle Creek (N.C.) High, took to Twitter Tuesday and said Florida International will be his new college football home. Shoffner, a quarterback at Middle Creek (N.C.) High, posted on Monday that [...]

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Campbell transfers to Elon

One month ago following Army’s spring game, coach Jeff Monken was hoping slotback Tyler Campbell had a change of heart. Campbell, a 2016 starter, didn’t come out for spring practice and was looking into transferring. One of Army’s top offensive playmakers has followed through with his decision, leaving the academy for Division I-AA. Elon. Campbell [...]

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Rimington Trophy candidate Bryce Holland

Army’s Bryce Holland was among 63 players named to the Rimington Trophy watch list. The award is given to the nation’s top center. Holland started all 13 games for the nation’s No. 2 rushing team in 2016. Generally, returning starters automatically make the watch list. Holland is one to keep an eye on for the [...]

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Recruiting: Tennessee LB Ernst commits

Morgan Ernst put some serious thought into attending West Point and playing Army football after visiting the academy for Junior Day in mid-April. One month after the visit, the Webb (Tenn.) linebacker made up his mind. Ernst committed to Army on Saturday. “I was just tired of trying to run around and find all of [...]

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