Prediction time: Duke

Army is a 3.5-point home underdog against Duke Saturday.

The Black Knights are 5-0 at Michie Stadium this season and have won five straight games. While, Duke has lost five straight games, all in Atlantic Coast Conference play.

Duke has defeated Army the past two seasons 44-3 at West Point in 2015 and 13-7 in monsoon-like conditions at Durham in 2016.

An Army win would…equal the Black Knights’ victory total (8) of last season and complete the academy’s fifth undefeated home slate in the last 50 years.

Sal Interdonato (Times Herald-Record Army football beat writer): Army 28, Duke 24. Expect this game to go down to the wire. Army didn’t attempt a pass in a 21-0 victory at Air Force last week. The Blue Devils defense will force Army to throw some this game.
John DeSanto (Times Herald-Record freelance photographer): Army 24, Duke 21
Josh Conklin (Times Herald-Record freelance photographer): Army 21, Duke 17

Predictions from across the college football universe
Bill Connelly (SB Nation): Army 32, Duke 24
Pete Fiutak (College Football News): Duke 27, Army 17
Nicholas Ian Allen (Athlon Sports): Duke 21, Army 20
Luke Decock (The News & Observer, Raleigh, N.C.): Duke 21, Army 14
The Power Rank: Army has 42 percent chance of winning

 

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Notebook: Returning Riley sparks defense

Elijah Riley was credited with three tackles in his season debut against Air Force last Saturday.

Riley’s impact for Army’s defense couldn’t be measured by statistics.

The sophomore cornerback brought a physical presence on the edge, denying Air Force big play on the edge multiple times.

Riley was admittedly nervous before his first game since the 2016 Heart of Dallas Bowl, where he had two interceptions on Dec. 27.

“It was my first game of the season,” Riley said. “It was a little nerve-wracking. But when I stepped onto the field, it just became another game. I was even more amped up playing against Air Force.

Riley said he had a lot of energy “bottled up” after sitting out Army’s first eight games due to an academy matter. He practiced every game week, waiting for his clearance. Nobody treated him differently, players or coaches, Riley said.

“I knew I had to be harder on myself,” said Riley, who started 11 games and was Army’s sixth-leading tackler (47) last season. “I treated it like it was the offseason but still being ready for every game. There was a lot of time spent in the weight room trying to blow off some steam.”

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Recruiting: Commits react to Duke game visit

Lafayette (Mo.) linebacker and Army commit Hayden Bollinger said the Black Knights’ 21-16 win over Duke at Michie Stadium, was, “the most electric game atmosphere I’ve ever seen.”

For other commits, their visit to Army Saturday reinforced their commitment to the Black Knights.

“I was joking with my dad, asking if I could commit twice,” Union County (Ga.) wide receiver Cole Wright said. “West Point is where I want to be! The locker room after the game was the coolest thing ever.”

“Loved it,” Archbishop Spalding (Md.) lineman Cody Winokur said. “It was my first game but every time I go up to West Point it just solidifies my decision to go there even more.”

Webb (Tenn.) linebacker Morgan Ernst, Urbana (Md.) safety Ja’ren Kenyatta, Standish-Sterling (Mich.) lineman Drew Kraatz, Fort Atkinson (Wisc.) linebacker Troy Nachtigal and Edmond (Okla.) defensive lineman Hunter Richard were among Army commits that visited.

Blytheville (S.C.) cornerback/slotback Jayden Brunson, Tampa Bay Tech (Fla.) defensive lineman Darius Richardson and Grayson (Ga.) kicker Will Van Pamelen were among the recruits visiting Saturday. Brunson listed Army in his top three with The Citadel and South Carolina State in late October.

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Tuesday Takeaways: Duke Week

Jeff Monken’s message to his team this week: “Twice as much work in half the amount of time.”

Roles are reversed this week. Last week, Army had a bye to prepare for Air Force. Duke, Army’s opponent for Senior Day Saturday, had off last week, giving the Blue Devils more time to prepare for the Black Knights’ triple-option offense.

Duke has limited Army to nine total points and held the Black Knights to 165 and 113 rushing yards in their last two games (2015-2016).

“They’ve had a couple of weeks to get prepared for us,” Monken said. “They will play Georgia Tech (another triple-option offense0 after us so their defense is in full ‘defend-the-option” mode. They’ve done really well stymying us on offense. They’ve made it very difficult for us to move the ball the past couple of years.”

Three players – Ahmad Bradshaw, Brett Toth and Calen Holt – were named the offensive player of the week by the coaching staff for Army’s 21-0 shutout at Air Force. Bradshaw rushed for a career-high 265 yards and a touchdown. Toth had 10 knockdown blocks. Holt, who did not receive a carry, was an effective blocker out of Army’s shotgun set.

Monken said senior safety Rhyan England, who has missed five games with a knee injury, was a little quicker than he expected in his return at Air Force Saturday.

Figuring out the number of seniors that will play their last game at Michie Stadium Saturday isn’t as simple as checking Army’s roster. When Monken was highlighting each member of his senior class, he said that kicker Blake Wilson would be back for another season. Monken has been on the record saying center Bryce Holland and nose tackle Andrew McLean will return in 2018. Cadets, who take a medical leave of absence for a semester, are candidates to graduate in December.

Senior Day takes on an additional meaning. Army is looking to finish its home slate undefeated for the first time since 1996.

“As a senior class, we got together earlier in the year and I think it’s our second goal on the goal board,” senior Matt Sannella said. “It means a lot to us to play at Michie Stadium. It’s one of the best venues in the country and the fans here are awesome. We just got to finish it.”

Monken said the team arrived back to West Point at 1:30 a.m. Sunday and were met several members of the West Point community and “large” group of cadets to welcome the victorious Black Knights back.

“That really meant a lot to our team,” Monken said. “It certainly did to me. Sunday night, the Corps of Cadets have a recall that is traditionally part of the week’s schedule and it will a bit of a pep rally. We were out on the steps in front of the mess hall and it was a lot of fun to have the entire Corps out there and celebrate the victory. Not only our victory but the other victories over the weekend. Men’s and women’s rugby both beat Air Force. Men’s and women’s boxing both beat Air Force. Hockey beat them twice and we were able to get a victory Saturday afternoon. It was a celebration for everybody.”

Asked Monken about when he took the coaching job how important it was to reconnect the Corps of Cadets with the football team. He said, “I think the Corps and the football team always had a connection…I think winning helps that connection better than anything and because we have been able to have some success this year and a little bit last year, I think that’s helped with the connection with our entire campus community. I think there’s a spirit here. It’s driven by our superintendent Gen. (Robert Caslen). He talks about winning. He’s not afraid to do that and I like that, having a culture of winning and a culture of excellence. When you start to have success with your sports teams especially over the other academies, there’s a sense of pride that starts to build. There’s a spirit on this campus that you can feel and is certainly present that I don’t feel was present a few years ago when I got here.’

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Quick thoughts: Air Force

Total domination.

The two words summed up Army’s 21-0 win at Air Force Saturday. The offense led by quarterback Ahmad Bradshaw’s academy quarterback record 265 yards and Kell Walker’s two touchdowns and the defense sparked by the return of senior safety Rhyan England and sophomore cornerback Elijah Riley highlighted the first shutout of an Air Force team in 306 games.

A lasting memory of the postgame celebration was coach Jeff Monken hugging fullbacks coach Mike Viti, who played on the last Army’s team to win at Air Force in 2005.

Bradshaw added another chapter in quarterback’s decorated career. The prospects for Bradshaw’s record day were in question when the senior didn’t make it to Army’s sideline after vomiting on the Black Knights’ first play of their second drive. Bradshaw, like he has in big games over the past two seasons, rose to the occasion. Fourteen of his 23 carries were for first downs, an incredible stat.

Bradshaw has now played a major role in ending losing streaks to Navy (11 games) and Air Force (4 games) and the Black Knights’ first bowl game since 2010 in a span of 11 games. If Army defeats Navy on Dec. 9 and wins its first Commander in Chief’s trophy since 1996, you’d have to add Bradshaw to a conversation, which would include Ronnie McAda, Trent Steelman, Tory Crawford and Rollie Stichweh among others. The senior quarterback appears to be on the verge of setting Army’s single-season rushing record of 1,339 yards set by Collin Mooney in 2008. Bradshaw has 1,132 yards (No. 10 in the country) with four games to play.

Mentioned on Twitter Saturday, Bradshaw’s performance against Air Force should earn some Heisman consideration. I’m not saying Bradshaw should be in New York on Dec. 9 for the presentation just yet. Bradshaw and Army have the most important game in the program’s last 20-plus year that day in Philadelphia. The coveted Commander in Chief’s trophy, which Army hasn’t won since 1996, will be on the line against Navy.

Army’s offensive line continues to play at a high level and Brett Toth continues to show why 25 teams have stopped at West Point to see the senior tackle. Senior guard Mike Houghton and center Bryce Holland were also effective. As a whole, this is the best Army offensive line I’ve seen in my 11 years on the beat.

Monken called the defense’s performance its best, “by far” in his four seasons at Army. The Black Knights were physical from the start. How many hits did Air Force quarterback Arion Worthman take? England looked quick for a player coming off a knee injury that caused him to miss five games. Riley, who was making his season debut, brought a physical presence holding down the edge for linebackers Cole Christiansen and James Nachtigal, who each had 10 tackles, to make plays.

The defense’s effort reminded one of how good this unit can be when it’s at or close to full strength. Air Force was averaging 38.1 points per game and has scored 45 points in three of its previous four games. The Black Knights held Air Force to 95 yards on 2.8 yards per carry. Michigan, considered one of the nation’s best defenses, allowed 168 yards against Air Force in September.

The shutout, Army’s first against an FBS team since 2010, vaulted the Black Knights into a tie for 20th in scoring defense (18.9 points/game). The Black Knights have quietly moved to 35th nationally in total defense (358.9 yards/game).

Army faithful were hoping for the Black Knights’ first appearance in the Associated Press Top 25 after the win. Army only received two 25th-place votes (one point each) in the AP poll and three points in the Coaches Poll. Thinking Army may have to win its next two games against Duke and North Texas to be ranked.

Crazy stat: Opponents have made an FBS (Division I-A) low two field goals against Army this season. Luke Strebel’s 47-yard attempt in the first quarter was the fourth miss against Army this season. Strebel has made 37 of his 46 field goals (87 percent) in his career. Ironically, Strebel missed a 47-yarder against Army last season.

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Pregame blog: Riley to make 2017 debut

Sophomore defensive back Elijah Riley is active and is expected to have a significant role in Army’s Commander in Chief’s trophy game today at Air Force.

Riley, who started 11 games at cornerback as a freshman, has yet to play a snap this year due to an academy matter, which has apparently been cleared. He has practiced with the team through the season.

“He was ready against Temple and Eastern Michigan (Army’s last two opponents),” coach Jeff Monken said earlier in the week when asked about Riley’s availability. “We just kind of had him ready every week.”

Riley led Army with three interceptions, including two in the Black Knights’ victory in the Heart of Dallas Bowl, last season. He also recorded 47 tackles, sixth on the team.

Army’s secondary will also be boosted by the return of four-year starting safety Rhyan England, who missed the last five games with a knee injury. Read my story on England here.

Sophomore safety Jaylon McClinton is not expected to play due to undisclosed reasons.

Army senior quarterback Ahmad Bradshaw doesn’t have fond memories of his last start against Air Force. It’s a game that still irks Bradshaw. Army’s offense was held to 144 rushing yards and 12 points in 19-point home loss last November. Bradshaw gained 41 yards on 16 carries and completed just 5-of-15 passes for 84 yards. He threw one touchdown and was picked off twice.

“I was not pleased with the way we performed offensively and with the way I performed,” Bradshaw said. “I remember it like yesterday. I remember us not being able to move the ball. They were making plays on us. I made a couple of misreads. It was just not a good day offensively. I think we are a much better team than when we played them last year and I think they are a better team as well.”

Bradshaw enters the game 133 yards shy of the first 1,000-yard rushing season by an Army quarterback since Trent Steelman’s 1,248 in 2012.

VIDEO: Quarterback Ahmad Bradshaw on the opportunity Saturday at Air Force

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Prediction time: Air Force

Army is a 6-point road underdog at Air Force Saturday.

The line is partly based on Army’s lack of success in Colorado Springs and Air Force’s dominance of the series. Army has won just three times in 25 visits dating back to 1967. Air Force leads the series 36-14-1 and has won four straight and 18 out of the last 20 games

Army (6-2) and Air Force (4-4) are riding four and three-game winning streaks respectively heading into the service-academy showdown.

The Black Knights were a two-point home favorite last season when Air Force left West Point with a 31-12 win, scoring the last 14 points.

Two of the nation’s top three rushing offense will be on display. After Navy was held to 136 yards in a 34-26 loss to Temple Thursday, Army has jumped to the No. 1 spot in rushing (362.1 yards/game). Air Force is second (350.4). The Falcons has generally done a good job in containing Army’s running game in recent years. The Black Knights will need to hit a few passes to keep Air Force’s defense honest and prevent them for loading up the line of scrimmage.

Sal Interdonato (Times Herald-Record Army football beat writer): Army 27, Air Force 24. Army’s had two weeks to prepare for this game and during the two weeks, the Black Knights did not practice with full contact. Coach Jeff Monken wanted to get his team as healthy as possible to the first whistle Saturday. If Army takes care of the football, expect this to be a nailbiter and a Blake Wilson field goal to win it.

Predictions from across the college football universe
Bill Connelly (SB Nation): Air Force 34, Army 33
Nicholas Ian Allen (Athlon Sports): Air Force 31, Army 24
Berry Tramel (Daily Oklahoman): Air Force 26, Army 24
Pete Fiutak (College Football News): Air Force 38, Army 31
The Power Rank: Army has 38 percent chance of beating Air Force

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PODCAST: Air Force edition

Steve Anderson will never forget a 4th-and-9 play in the 2009 Army-Air Force game.

Leading Army 28-7 in the fourth quarter, Air Force coach Troy Calhoun elected to keep his offense on the field at Army’s 31. Quarterback Tim Jefferson completed a 23-yard pass to Kevin Folger.

Anderson tore his anterior cruciate ligament on the next play, an 8-yard touchdown run by Asher Clark with 2:47 left.

“The disrespect that they showed, they could have very easily just punted it away and showed some respect,” Anderson said. “But, the pure disrespect that we felt as a team and I felt as a captain at that point, (left) a very bad taste in my mouth and the very next play, I tore my ACL. I just did not appreciate coach Calhoun and I lost a little respect for his coaching staff that day and going forward.”

Anderson had some advice for Army’s players on the altitude (6,621 feet) when they visit Falcon Stadium Saturday. Don’t believe the hype.

“I played there and didn’t get tired,” Anderson said. “I’m not there long enough to get acclimated to that. We show up on Thursday night or maybe a Friday practice. We don’t how to decipher between the effects of the area. It takes time. I think that’s all a psychological effect that I would use if I was them.”

For the complete podcast, click below.

https://youtu.be/F2tziig_oAQ

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Recruiting: Top New Jersey defensive lineman Rybka commits

Paramus (N.J.) Catholic defensive tackle Bartek Rybka announced his commitment to Army before his Senior Night game against St. Joseph’s Friday.

NJ.com named Rybka the No. 74-best player in the state in September. Rybka, who is 6-foot-2, 268-pound, received an offer from Rutgers during his sophomore season, Todderick Hunt of NJ.com reported. He had a team-high 98 tackles as a junior, helping Paramus Catholic to a 2016 state title. According to NJ.com, Rybka had 46 tackles in seven games entering Friday.

The Black Knights picked up another commit, who drew interest from Rutgers, Thursday night when South Cobb (Ga.) defensive end Kwabena Bonsu announced his commitment to Army.

King (Conn.) linebacker Evan Townsend-Henry also announced his commitment to Army Thursday. Townsend-Henry had offers from Navy and Air Force.

Wise (Md.) safety Izzy Akojie flipped his commitment from Old Dominion to Army during a visit last weekend. Akojie is from the same high school as 2017 quarterback commit Jabari Laws, who is playing at Army Prep this fall.

Army also picked up recent commitment from Prince Avenue Christian (Ga.) center Daniel Parrish, who had a Navy offer, and Montclair (N.J.) running back Danny Webb. Webb, who was ranked the 46th-best player in New Jersey by NJ.com, was offered by Illinois among other schools.

Seniors from 21 different states have committed to Army: Texas (18); Georgia (7); Pennsylvania (5); Virginia (5); Florida (4); Maryland (4); Alabama (3); New Jersey (3); North Carolina (3); Ohio (3); Connecticut (2); Illinois (2); Indiana (2); Louisiana (2); Michigan (2); Tennessee (2);Missouri (1); California (1); Oklahoma (1); South Carolina (1); Wisconsin (1).

2018 commits (71)

S Izzy Akojie, 6-2, 185, Wise HS, Upper Marlboro, Md.: First FBS offer – Army. Former Old Dominion commit.
RB Jonathan Andrews, 6-foot, 185, Dutchtown HS, Hampton, Ga.: Other offers – Navy. (COMMITTED, August 7)
LB Jomier Augustine, 6-foot, 217, Collins Hill HS, Suwanee, Ga.: Other offers – Air Force
OL Sam Backenstoe, 6-3, 263, Davidson HS, Hillard, Ohio: First offer – Army.
FB Cade Barnard, 6-2, 225, Seminole (Texas) HS: Other offers – Navy, Air Force, Colorado State, North Texas, Bowling Green, Nevada, UMass. (COMMITTED, Sept. 17)
WR-CB Adam Bazan, 5-10, 180, Ridge Point HS, Missouri City, Texas: First offer – Army. (COMMITTED, August 3)
LB Hayden Bollinger, 6-1, 209, Lafayette HS, Wildwood, Mo.: Other offers – Syracuse. (COMMITTED, July 21)
DE Kwabena Bonsu, 6-4, 255, South Cobb HS, Austell, Ga.: Other offers – Air Force, Rutgers, Florida Atlantic, Arkansas State, Charlotte. (COMMITTED, Oct. 26)
DE Hunter Brabham, 6-3, 235, Hughes Springs (Texas) HS: (COMMITTED, July 16)
DT Ryan Bryce, 6-5, 285, St. Joseph’s Prep, Philadelphia, Pa.: Other offers – Rutgers, Virginia, Temple, Central Florida, Buffalo, UMass. (COMMITTED, May 30)
WR Cole Caterbone, 6-foot, 170, St. Thomas Aquinas HS, Fort Lauderdale, Fla.: Other offers – Iowa, Rutgers, Cincinnati, East Carolina (COMMITTED, July 25)
DE-TE Nolan Cockrill, 6-3, 230, Westfield HS, Chantilly, Va.: First offer – Army. (COMMITTED, June 4)
QB Garrett Cody, 5-10, 180, Rockwall-Heath HS, Rockwall, Texas: First offer – Army. (COMMITTED, August 1)
K Matteo Cordray, 5-10, 155, Highland Park HS, Dallas, Texas.: (COMMITTED, July 23)
TE-LB Trevor Cosenke, 6-3, 212, John Champe HS, Aldie, Va.: First offer – Army. (COMMITTED, July 28)
S Zion Davis-Thompson, 6-2, 175, North Stafford HS, Stafford, Va.: First offer – Army. (COMMITTED, July 31)
LB Morgan Ernst, 6-foot, 195, Webb HS, Knoxville, Tenn.: (COMMITTED, May 14)
DE Damir Faison, 6-foot-2, 240, Vance HS, Charlotte, N.C.: Other offers – Maryland, Rutgers, Temple, East Carolina, Georgia Southern, Appalachian State, Georgia State. Former Appalachian State commit. (COMMITTED, July 7)
OL Alex Faulkner, 6-4, 270, Mishawaka (Ind.) HS: First offer – Air Force. Second offer – Army. (COMMITTED, August 12)
CB Khalil Fleming, 5-11, 163, Northshore HS, Slidell, La.: Other offers – Air Force, May 22. (COMMITTED, April 19)
DE Chris Frey, 6-5, 225, Temescal Canyon HS, Lake Elsinore, Calif.: First offer – Army (COMMITTED, July 21)
LS Cale Garrison, 5-10, 215, The Woodlands (Texas) HS: Offered after attending Army prospect camp on June 4. (COMMITTED, June 5)
WR-CB Will Hankins, 6-2, 175, Munford (Tenn.) HS: (COMMITTED, June 26)
OL Blake Harris, 6-1, 299, Ben Lippon School, Columbia, S.C.: (COMMITTED, August 3).
QB Walter Harris, 6-1, 190, Northshore HS, Slidell, La.: Other offers – Navy, May 8. (COMMITTED, April 22)
LB Cameron Hoelscher, 6-2, 219, Springfield (Ohio) HS. Other offers: Air Force, Kentucky, Western Michigan, Bowling Green, Buffalo and Toledo. (COMMITTED, August 5)
DE Henry Janeway, 6-5, 215, Utica Eisenhower HS, Shelby Township, Mich.: First offer – Army. Other offers – Navy, Eastern Michigan, Ball State. Army visit – July 24 (COMMITTED, July 30)
LB Tim Johns, 6-3, 230, Greenwood (Ind.) HS: First FBS offer – Army. (COMMITTED, July 12)
QB Jemel Jones, 5-10, 190, The Colony (Texas) HS: (COMMITTED, August 21)
DL Tim Kater, 6-3, 265, Steelton-Highspire HS, Steelton, Pa.: First commit of 2018 class. Brother of former Army tight end Kelvin White. Other offers – Delaware, Delaware State, Howard, Morgan State. (COMMITTED, April 12)
S Ja’ren Kenyatta, 6-1, 190, Urbana HS, Ijamsville, Md.: First offer – Army. (COMMITTED, July 26)
OL Drew Kraatz, 6-6, 240, Standish-Sterling HS, Standish, Mich.: (COMMITTED, April 27)
LS Brendan Knoespel, 6-foot, 210, Antonian Prep HS, San Antonio, Texas: Other offer – Air Force. (COMMITTED, May 25)
OL Nick Kotok, 6-4, 285, Moon Area HS, Moon, Pa.: (COMMITTED, June 28)
K Miller Kronk, 6-2, 195, London (Ohio) HS: First offer – Army. Army unofficial visit: May 24. (COMMITTED, June 1)
DL Kenese Leomiti, 6-4, 275, Calallen HS, Corpus Christi, Texas: (COMMITTED, August 2)
DE Ryan Matz, 6-3, 235, East Lincoln HS, Denver, N.C.: (COMMITTED, June 22)
LB Brandon Mays, 6-foot, 210, Viera (Fla.) HS: Other offers – Buffalo. (COMMITTED, July 21)
QB Michael Mbony, 5-11, 189, Sherwood HS, Sandy Spring, Md.: First offer – Army. Second offer – Air Force. Other offers – Navy. Mbony’s brother, James, is a senior center for Army’s rugby team. (COMMITTED, Sept. 18)
LB Tim McClendon, 6-foot, 205, Carroll HS, Ozark, Ala.: Other offers – Southern Mississippi. (COMMITTED, August 7)
FB Elliott McElwain, 6-foot, 215, Hewitt-Trussville HS, Trussville, Ala. (COMMITTED, July 4)
QB Steven Migut, 6-foot. 180, Unity HS, Tolono, Ill.: First offer – Army. Offensive MVP at Army July camp. (COMMITTED, August 12)
CB Isaiah Morris, 5-11, 170, Bolles School, Jacksonville, Fla.: (COMMITTED, August 25)
DB Braheam Murphy, 5-10, 160, Harding University HS, Charlotte, N.C.: First offer – Army. (COMMITTED, July 4)
LB Troy Nachtigal, 6-foot, 205, Fort Atkinson (Wis.) HS: Brother, James, is Army junior linebacker. First offer – Army.
RB Keyshawn Palmer, 5-11, 200, Marbury (Ala.) HS: (COMMITTED, July 26)
C Daniel Parrish, 6-foot, 183, Prince Avenue Christian, Bogart, Ga.: Other offers – Navy, Middle Tennessee State (COMMITTED, Oct. 22)
QB-WR A.J. Payne, 6-1, 193, Americus-Sumter HS, Americus, Ga. (COMMITTED, July 4)
OL Kyle Perry, 6-2, 305, Centennial HS, Burleson, Texas: First offer – Army. (COMMITTED, July 23)
S T.J. Rakowsky, 5-11, 205, Palisades HS, Kintersville, Pa.
DL Hunter Richard, 6-3, 270, Edmond (Okla.) North HS: Other offers – Princeton, Abilene Christian. (COMMITTED, June 21)
CB Torey Richardson, 6-foot, 180, Tomball Memorial (Texas) HS: First offer – Army (COMMITTED, July 21)
DT Bartek Rybka, 6-2, 265, Paramus (N.J.) Catholic HS: Other offers – Rutgers. (COMMITTED, Oct. 27)
OL Harmon Saint Germain, 6-foot-5, 280, Westfield HS, Chantilly, Va.: (COMMITTED, July 6)
DE L.J. Salazar, 6-2, 220, Veterans Memorial HS, Corpus Christi, Texas: (COMMITTED, August 15).
LB Nate Smith, 6-3, 220, Bishop O’Connell HS, Arlington, Va.: First offer – Army. (COMMITTED, Oct. 2)
FB Landry Songer, 6-1, 205, Midlothian (Texas) HS: Army visit: late July (COMMITTED, August 31)
RB Jerreth Sterns, 5-8, 180, Waxahachie (Texas) HS: Other offers – Navy. (COMMITTED, Oct. 6)
K Cole Talley, 6-foot, 175, Rockwall (Texas) HS: (COMMITTED, August 27)
OL Jose Taveras, 6-4, 265, Union City (N.J.) HS
OL Jack Topping, 6-3, 261, Allen (Texas) HS: (COMMITTED, August 27)
LB Evan Townsend-Henry, 6-1, 225, King HS, Norwalk, Conn.: First offer – Army. Other offers – Navy, Air Force. (COMMITTED, Oct. 26)
LB Duncan Van Kouteren, 6-3, 205, Ponte Vedra (Fla.) HS
LB Jesse Walsh, 6-3, 230, Avon Old Farms, Avon, Conn.: (COMMITTED, July 22)
RB Brandon Walters, 6-foot, 170, Bolingbrook (Ill.) HS: First offer. Verbal after attending Buffalo game on Sept. 9
RB Danny Webb, 5-7, 160, Montclair (N.J.) HS: Other offers – Illinois, Central Michigan, Kent State.
RB-WR Travis West, 6-foot, 180, Woodrow Wilson HS, Dallas, Texas: (COMMITTED, July 22)
RB Tyrese White, 5-10, 200, Hamshire-Fannett HS, Hamshire, Texas: First offer – Army. (COMMITTED, July 29)
OL Cody Winokur, 6-2, 260, Archbishop Spaudling HS, Severn, Md.: First offer – Army. (COMMITTED, July 22)
RB David Woodward, 5-11, 180, Mout Pisgah Christian School, Alpharetta, Ga.: (COMMITTED, July 30)
WR Cole Wright, 6-3, 185, Union County HS, Blairsville, Ga.: Dual-threat quarterback is being recruited to play receiver for Black Knights. (COMMITTED, Oct. 10)
DE Noah Yates, 6-foot-5, 215, Carbondale Area HS, Carbondale, Pa.: (COMMITTED, July 6)

Here’s a list of high school seniors that Army offered but have committed elsewhere:

WR Brian Abraham, 6-4, 205, Xaverian Brothers HS, Westwood, Mass.: First offer – Army. (COMMITTED to Yale, August 4)
QB Javez Alexander, 6-2, 190, Sandusky (Ohio) HS: First FBS offer – Army. Other offers – Air Force, Michigan State, Bowling Green. (COMMITTED to Michigan State, June 28)
QB Aaron Allen, 6-1, 174, Ridge Point HS, Missouri City, Texas: Other offers – Louisiana Tech, Western Kentucky, Rice, North Texas, Tulane, Southern Mississippi, New Mexico, UNLV, Louisiana-Monroe, Georgia State. (COMMITTED to Louisiana Tech, June 16)
RB RaShawn Allen, 5-9, 210, St. Mary’s Prep, Orchard Lake, Mich.: Other offers – Navy, Air Force, Ohio. (COMMITTED to Lehigh, August 6)
RB Oshaan Allison, 5-10, 205, Malvern Prep, Malvern, Pa.: Other offers – Navy, Ohio, Kent State (COMMITTED to Ohio, July 12)
C Will Andersen, 6-1, 297, Delbarton School, Morristown, N.J.: Other offers – Navy. Named overall MVP at Army’s June prospect camp. (COMMITTED to Navy, June 29)
RB-LB Jack Anderson, 6-2, 215, Academy of Holy Angels HS, Richfield, Minn.: Other offers – Navy, Air Force (COMMITTED to Western Illinois, July 27)
OL Jake Andrews, 6-3, 310, Stanhope Elmore HS, Millbrook, Ala.: State wrestling champion. Other offers – Navy, Georgia Tech, Purdue, Illinois, Troy, Memphis, Western Kentucky, UAB, Southern Mississippi, Florida Atlantic, Georgia State, Middle Tennessee State. (COMMITTED to Troy, June 19)
DB Ladarious Anthony, 5-10, 170, Cypress Creek HS, Houston, Texas: Other offers – Navy, Iowa State, Texas State, New Mexico State (COMMITTED to Texas State, Nov. 4)
CB Chigozie Anusiem, 6-2, 171, Sonora HS, La Habra, Calif.: Other offers – California, Notre Dame, UCLA, Arizona, Washington State, Wyoming, Hawaii, Nevada, UNLV, Idaho. (COMMITTED to California, July 30)
QB-S Chris Armstrong, 6-foot, 200, Foley (Ala.) HS: First offer – Army.
RB Tyler Badie, 5-9, 168, Briarcrest Christian HS, Eads, Tenn.: Other offers – Navy, Air Force, Memphis (COMMITTED to Memphis, July 24)
WR Pat Ballard, 6-3, 200, Elkins HS, Missouri City, Texas: Other offers – UNLV (COMMITTED to UNLV, June 14)
QB Cedarious Barfield, 6-foot, 178, El Dorado HS, El Paso, Texas: Other offers – Navy, Air Force, San Diego States, UTEP, Southern Mississippi, New Mexico State, (COMMITTED to San Diego State, June 24)
DB McKenzie Barnes, 6-2, 170, Edison HS, Fresno, Calif.: Other offers – Oregon, Arizona, Mississippi State, Washington State, San Jose State, Nevada.(COMMITTED to Arizona, August 12)
K Bubba Baxa, 6-foot, 180, Pasadena (Texas) HS: Other offers – Miami (Fla.), Baylor. (COMMITTED to Miami, Fla., May 27)
DL Baraka Beckett, 6-4, 275, Palisades Charter, Los Angeles, Calif.: Other offers – Hawaii, UNLV, Idaho. (COMMITTED to Hawaii, Oct. 24)
DE-LB Trumane Bell, 6-3, 232, Lake Highlands HS, Dallas, Texas: Other offers – Texas-San Antonio, North Texas, Northern Illinois; Bowling Green, Louisiana-Monroe; New Mexico State, UMass, Liberty (COMMITTED to Texas-San Antonio, Sept. 17)
LB Xavier Benson, 6-3, 200, Pleasant Grove HS, Texarkana, Texas: Other offers – Texas Tech, Rice, SMU, Memphis, Tulsa, Tulane, Wyoming, North Texas, Texas State, Arkansas State, Southern Mississippi, Louisiana-Lafayette, Louisiana-Monroe. (COMMITTED to Texas Tech, July 24)
S Myles Berry, 6-2, 190, Dudley HS, Greensboro, N.C.: First offer – Army. (COMMITTED to East Carolina, April 24)
LB Tyler Bird, 6-1, 220, North Paulding HS, Dallas, Ga.: Other offers – Navy, Air Force, East Carolina, Georgia State, Colorado State, Buffalo, Eastern Michigan, Miami (Ohio), Ohio, Tulane, Appalachian State, Troy, Alabama-Birminghan, Charlotte. (COMMITTED to Appalachian State, June 19)
CB Justin Birdsong, 6-foot, 175, Stephenson HS, Stone Mountain, Ga.: Navy, Air Force, Ball State, Central Michigan, Appalachian State. (COMMITTED to Appalachian State, July 7)
OL Joe Bissinger, 6-4, 300, Memorial HS, Houston, Texas: Other offers – Air Force, Virginia, Kansas, Texas State, Louisiana-Monroe  (COMMITTED to Virginia, April 23)
CB Travian Blaylock, 6-1, 176, Atascocita HS, Humble, Texas: Other offers – Navy, Air Force, Wisconsin, Stanford, Kansas State, Washington State, Memphis, Cincinnati, UConn, Colorado State, Arkansas State, Louisiana Tech, Louisiana-Lafayette, Louisiana-Monroe, New Mexico, Tulane, Texas State, UMass (COMMITTED to Wisconsin, July 6)
WR Jake Bobo, 6-4, 185, Belmont Hill HS, Belmont, Mass.: Other offers – Duke, Wake Forest, Boston College, UMass. (COMMITTED to Duke, Feb. 25)
OL Ben Bohnenberger, 6-4, 268, Mashpee (Mass.) HS: (COMMITTED to Colgate, August 18)
RB Slade Bolden, 5-11, 195, West Monroe (La.) HS, Other offers – Navy, Alabama, LSU, Arkansas, Vanderbilt, Arizona State, Utah, Washington State, TCU, Memphis, UAB, Tulane, Southern Mississippi, Louisiana Tech, Louisiana-Monroe, Marshall, Arkansas State, Texas State (COMMITTED to Alabama, August 3)
WR Jordan Bonner, 6-2, 195, Carrollton (Ga.) HS: Other offers – Purdue, West Virginia, Minnesota, Vanderbilt, Boston College, Wake Forest, Syracuse, Indiana, Central Florida, Memphis, Western Kentucky, Georgia Southern, Georgia State, Tulane, Colorado State, Troy, Florida Atlantic, Ohio, Old Dominion, Appalachian State, Arkansas State, Coastal Carolina. (COMMITTED to Purdue, July 22)
QB Kendell “Doc” Bonner, 5-11, 189, Quince Orchard HS, Gaithersburg, Md.: Other offers -Air Force. (COMMITTED to Dartmouth)
OL Ryan Booth, 6-5, 265, Churchill HS, San Antonio, Texas: Other offers – Air Force, Rice, Bowling Green (COMMITTED to Rice, June 16)
RB Brenden Brady, 5-11, 196, Steele HS, Cibolo, Texas: Other offers – Navy, Air Force, Rice, Texas-San Antonio, Bowling Green, New Mexico, Marshall. (COMMITTED to Rice, June 16)
OL Will Bramel, 6-6, 271, Boyle County HS, Danville, Ky.: Other offers – Air Force, Purdue, Memphis, Ball State, Bowling Green, Ohio, Toledo, Eastern Michigan, Marshall, Georgia State, South Alabama (COMMITTED to Purdue, June 21)
S Kevin Brennan, 6-foot, 205, Don Bosco Prep, Ramsey, N.J.: Other offers – Navy, Air Force, Rutgers, Boston College, Western Michigan, Bowling Green, Central Michigan, Toledo, Buffalo. (COMMITTED to Navy, Oct. 11)
S Quinn Brinnon, 6-foot, 182, Bishop O’Dowd HS, Oakland, Calif.: Other offers – Boise State, Colorado State, Fresno State, Hawaii, San Jose State, Utah State, Wyoming, Nevada. (COMMITTED to Colorado State, August 11).
P Paxton Brooks, 6-5, 175, Airport HS, West Columbia, S.C.: First offer – Army. Other offers – Tennessee, North Carolina State, Wake Forest. (COMMITTED to Tennessee, August 17)
CB Chase Brown, 6-foot, 161, Hoover (Ala.) HS: Other offers – Navy, Air Force. (COMMITTED to Air Force, August 24)
DB DJ Brown, 6-2, 180, St. John’s Collegiate, Washington, D.C.: Other offers – Navy, Arizona, Boston College, Vanderbilt, Virginia, Memphis, Ball State, Buffalo, Marshall, Charlotte. (COMMITTED to Virginia, July 6)
WR-S Peter Brown, 6-2, 190, Marin Catholic HS, Kentfield, Calif.: Other offers – Navy, Air Force. Army visit – July 21. (COMMITTED to Navy, July 30)
OL Stevon Brown, 6-4, 275, Archbishop Curley HS, Baltimore, Md.: First offer – Army. Other offers – Navy, Air Force, East Carolina, Marshall, Old Dominion. (COMMITTED to East Carolina, June 15)
DE/LB Kameron Butler, 6-3, 220, Covington Catholic HS, Park Hills, Ky.: Other offers – Navy, Air Force, Miami (Ohio), Vanderbilt, Western Kentucky, Ohio, Ball State, Buffalo, Marshall, Georgia State (COMMITTED to Miami, Ohio, June 9)
OL Henry Byrd, 6-5, 265, Ensworth HS, Nashville, Tenn.: Other offers – Air Force. (COMMITTED to Princeton, Sept. 17)
S Prudy Calderon, 6-foot, 185, San Marcos (Texas) HS: Other offers – Rice, Texas State. (COMMITTED to Rice, August 5)
K Charles Campbell, 5-8, 175, University School of Jackson, Jackson, Tenn.: Other offers – Navy, Indiana. (COMMITTED to Indiana, July 16)
DL Jon Campbell, 5-11, 264, Klein Oak HS, Spring, Texas: Other offers – Air Force (COMMITTED to Central Arkansas, June 13)
TE Harrison Caponiti, 6-4, 235, Brunswick HS, Greenwich, Conn.: Other offers – Navy, Air Force, Princeton (COMMITTED to Princeton, June 30)
QB Bryce Carpenter, 6-2, 199, Venice (Fla.) HS: Other offers – Navy, Air Force, Coastal Carolina, Akron, Ohio, Toledo, Middle Tennessee State, Liberty. (COMMITTED to Coastal Carolina, May 21)
OL Jack Carter, 6-5, 270, Davidson (N.C.) Day HS: Other offers – Air Force, Western Kentucky, Appalachian State, Georgia Southern, Georgia State, Charlotte, James Madison. (COMMITTED to Princeton, July 20)
LB Wilson Catoe, 6-1, 217, Peachtree Ridge HS, Suwanee, Ga.: Other offers – Air Force, Ohio, Bowling Green, Appalachian State. Lists Army in his top 8 along with Appalachian State and Ohio. (COMMITTED to Harvard, August 7)
OL Brad Cecil, 6-4, 275, Bartram Trail HS, Jacksonville, Fla.: Other offers – Navy, Air Force, South Florida, Pittsburgh, Purdue, Kentucky, North Carolina State, Boston College, Virginia, Memphis, Western Kentucky, UConn, Florida Atlantic, Bowling Green, Southern Mississippi, Georgia Southern, Colorado State, Troy, Toledo, Akron, Buffalo, Marshall, Georgia State, Middle Tennessee State, South Alabama, UAB, Charlotte  (COMMITTED to South Florida, June 9)
LB Devonte Chandler, 6-foot, 215, Thomas Dale HS, Chester, Va.: First offer – Army. Other offers – Navy (COMMITTED to Elon, Oct. 15)
WR Caleb Chapman, 6-5, 196, Clear Brook HS, Friendswood, Texas: Other offers – Texas A&M, TCU, Texas Tech, Houston, Oregon, West Virginia, Nebraska, Mississippi State, Missouri, Colorado, Kansas State, Utah, Minnesota, Duke, Virginia,  Oregon State, Indiana, Iowa State, Texas-San Antonio, Texas State, Marshall, Miami (Ohio), New Mexico, Bowling Green, Tulane, UNLV, Louisiana-Lafayette, Cornell, Yale. (COMMITTED to Texas A&M, July 29)
RB Trenton Charles, 5-8, 152, Scotlandville HS, Baton Rogue: Lists Army in his Top 5 with Arizona, SMU, Texas State , Yale. (COMMITTED to Yale, July 12)
QB Jalen Chatman, 6-foot, 181, Narbonne, Calif.: Other offers – Navy, Rutgers, Tulane. (COMMITTED to Rutgers, May 15)
DE Grayson Cherubino, 6-4, 225, St. Anthony’s HS, Melville, N.Y.: (COMMITTED to Bucknell, July 2)
WR Brian Cobbs, 6-3, 200, Hayfield HS, Alexandria, Va.: Other offers – Navy, West Virginia, Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina State, Wake Forest, Temple, East Carolina, Kent State, Marshall, Buffalo (COMMITTED to Maryland, June 20)
WR Braden Collins, 6-2, 195, Farragut HS, Knoxville, Tenn.: Other offers – Navy, Air Force, Vanderbilt, Indiana, Virginia, Western Kentucky, Ohio, Tulane, Middle Tennessee State, Appalachian State, Texas-San Antonio, Charlotte, Coastal Carolina. (COMMITTED to Appalachian State, Sept. 24)
S Shamere Collins, 5-11, 180, St. Augustine Prep, Richland, N.J.: (COMMITTED to Sacred Heart, Sept. 14)
QB Steven Comstock, 6-2, 175, Northview HS, Covina, Calif.: (COMMITTED to Fresno State, June 24)
T Owen Condon, 6-7, 315, Bishop McGuinness HS, Oklahoma City, Okla.: Other offers – Georgia, Arkansas, TCU, Oklahoma State, Washington State, Vanderbilt, Texas Tech, Arizona State, Kansas, Iowa State, SMU, Tulsa, Ohio, Arkansas State, Louisiana-Monroe. (COMMITTED to Georgia, June 10)
LB Adam Conyer, 6-foot, 215, Peddie School, Hightstown, N.J.: Other offers – Liberty. (COMMITTED to Penn, July 29)
WR Jalin Cooper, 6-4, 180, Medina/Webber HS, Medina N.Y.: Other offers – Syracuse, Rutgers, Washington State, Boston College, Wake Forest, Buffalo, Toledo, Temple, UConn (COMMITTED to Toledo, June 28)
QB Jordan Cooper, 6-foot, 200, New Caney (Texas) HS: Other offers – Navy, Air Force, New Mexico. Former Louisiana-Lafayette commit. (COMMITTED to Air Force, Sept. 4)
QB Payton Copher, 6-foot, 185, Har-Ber HS, Springdale, Ark.: Other offers – Air Force. (COMMITTED to Air Force, June 25)
S Ryan Cragun, 6-1, 183, St. Margaret’s Episcopal School, San Juan Capistrano, Calif.: First offer – Army (COMMITTED to Penn, July 6)
DE-TE Jack Cravaack, 6-5, 225, Madeira HS, Cincinnati, Ohio: Other offers – Purdue, Oregon State, Wake Forest, Akron, Bowling Green, Kent State, Ohio, Toledo, Buffalo, Central Michigan, Eastern Michigan, Ohio (COMMITTED to Purdue, June 12)
DE Nick Croawell, 6-4, 235, Centennial HS, Roswell, Ga.: Other offers – Navy, Western Kentucky, Ball State, Bowling Green, Buffalo, Toledo, Georgia Southern, Georgia State, Marshall, Florida International, Appalachian State, Arkansas State, Middle Tennessee State. (COMMITTED to Navy, Sept. 18)
LB Coleman Crozier, 6-1, 230, St. Thomas Aquinas HS, Fort Lauderdale, Fla.: Other offers – Navy, Memphis, Colorado State, Appalachian State, Georgia State (COMMITTED to Navy, June 23)
LB Grayson Crozier, 6-foot, 195, St. Thomas Aquinas HS, Fort Lauderdale, Fla.: Other offers – Navy. (COMMITTED to Navy, June 23)
QB-DB Christian Daniels, 6-2, 202, Western Alamance HS, Elon, N.C.: First offer – Army. Other offers – Navy, Air Force, Purdue, Miami (Ohio), Old Dominion, Coastal Carolina, Charlotte (COMMITTED to Miami, Ohio, June 25)
RB-CB Derius Davis, 5-10, 160, West Feliciana HS, St. Francisville, La.: Other offers – TCU, Missouri, Tennessee, Kansas State, Ball State, Tulane, Louisiana Tech, Louisiana-Lafayette, Arkansas State, Marshall, (COMMITTED to TCU, July 28)
LB Wendell Davis, 6-2, 215, Benedictine Prep, Richmond, Va.: Other offers – Pittsburgh, Michigan State, West Virginia, Syracuse, Indiana, Rutgers, Duke, Wake Forest, Boston College,  Central Florida, Temple, East Carolina, UConn, Bowling Green, Buffalo, Marshall, Old Dominion, Coastal Carolina, Charlotte.(COMMITTED to Pittsburgh, June 2)
DB Auston Deason, 6-1, 174, Pearland (Texas) HS: First offer – Army. Second offer – Air Force. Other offer – Texas State. (COMMITTED to Texas State, June 24)
P Skyler DeLong, 6-3, 180, Nation Ford HS, Fort Mill, S.C.: Other offers – Alabama, Tennessee, Rutgers (COMMITTED to Alabama, June 15)
LB Nick DeNucci, 6-1, 230, Pope John HS, Sparta, N.J.: Other offers: Navy, Boston College, Rutgers, Louisville, West Virginia, Pittsburgh, Maryland, Purdue, Wake Forest, Temple. (COMMITTED to Boston College, June 18)
LB Vinny DePalma, 6-1, 223, DePaul Catholic HS, Wayne, N.J.: Other offers – Navy, Wisconsin, Boston College, Rutgers, Temple, Marshall, UMass. (COMMITTED to Boston College, May 27)
CB Kenneth Dicks, 6-foot, 200, Lambert HS, Suwanee, Ga.: Other offers – Air Force, Ole Miss, Louisville, West Virginia, Georgia Tech, Vanderbilt, Minnesota, Maryland, Virginia, Kentucky, Wake Forest, Syracuse, Rutgers, Iowa State, Kansas, Western Kentucky, Temple, East Carolina, Georgia Southern, Georgia State, Colorado State, Florida Atlantic, Troy, Tulane, Buffalo, UMass. (COMMITTED to Wake Forest, July 29)
RB Kyle Dobbins, 5-10, 185, St. Augustine Prep, Richland, N.J.: Other offers – Temple, Rutgers, Virginia Tech, North Carolina, Northwestern, Boston College, North Carolina State (COMMITTED to Temple, June 20)
RB Mataeo Durant, 6-1, 188, McCormick (S.C.) HS: Other offers – Mississippi State, Virginia Tech, West Virginia, Georgia Tech, Duke, Wake Forest,  Central Florida, East Carolina, UConn, Appalachian State, Old Dominion, Georgia State, Charlotte. (COMMITTED to Duke, July 8)
RB Aaron Dykes, 5-11, 178, Hardin Valley Academy HS, Knoxville, Tenn.: Other offers – Navy. (COMMITTED to Furman, July 31)
RB Nolan Edmonds, 5-11, 206, Alpharetta (Ga.) HS: Other offers – Minnesota, Pittsburgh, California, Purdue, Syracuse, Boston College, Illinois, Kansas, Western Kentucky, Colorado State, Tulane, Middle Tennessee State, South Alabama, UAB (COMMITTED to Minnesota, March 15)
TE Zach Elam, 6-4, 220, Staley HS, Kansas City, Mo.: Other offers – Navy, Air Force (COMMITTED to Missouri, wrestling, Nov. 8)
DE Kukea Emmsley, 6-5, 230, Kapolei (Hawaii) HS: Other offers – Navy, Boise State, Hawaii, Oregon State (COMMITTED to Boise State, July 26).
QB Samson Evans, 6-1, 200, Prairie Ridge HS, Crystal Lake, Ill.: First offer – Army. Other offers – Iowa, Minnesota, Syracuse, Illinois, Iowa State, Western Michigan, Northern Illinois, Ball State, Central Michigan, Colorado State, Tulane. (COMMITTED to Iowa, May 21)
DE Michael Fairbanks, 6-3, 260, McEachern HS, Powder Springs, Ga.: Other offers – Air Force, UAB, Ball State, Eastern Michigan, Marshall (COMMITTED to UAB, July 23)
LB Dallas Fields, 6-1, 210, Central Catholic HS, Toledo, Ohio: Other offers – Western Michigan, Miami (Ohio), Ball State, Eastern Michigan, Ohio. (COMMITTED to Miami, Ohio, May 9)
CB Ryan Fields, 6-foot, 160, Cypress Ranch HS, Cypress, Texas: Other offers – Texas State. Army visit – July 21. (COMMITTED to Grambling, August 26)
WR Nigel Fitzgerald, 6-4, 210, Dudley HS, Greensboro, N.C.: Other offers – Navy, Charlotte, Eastern Michigan, Old Dominion. (COMMITTED to Old Dominion, Nov. 8)
TE-DE John FitzPatrick, 6-7, 237, Marist School, Atlanta, Ga.: Other offers – Air Force, Alabama, Auburn, Florida, Georgia, Tennessee, Oregon, Louisville, UCLA, South Carolina, Missouri, West Virginia, Virginia Tech, Oregon State, Vanderbilt, Maryland, Minnesota, Pittsburgh, Purdue, Indiana, Boston College, Syracuse, Arizona State, North Carolina State, Wake Forest, Virginia, Iowa State, Rutgers, Western Kentucky, Central Florida, South Florida, Georgia Southern, Ohio, Tulane, Georgia State, Marshall, Appalachian State, South Alabama, Charlotte. (COMMITTED to Georgia, July 13)
TE Luke Ford, 6-7, 247, Carterville (Ill.) HS: Other offers – Alabama, Louisville, Oklahoma, Florida, West Virginia, Arkansas, Georgia, Illinois, Iowa, Minnesota, North Carolina State, Oklahoma State, Pittsburgh, Syracuse, Rutgers, Western Michigan, Western Kentucky, Toledo. (COMMITTED to Arkansas, March 14)
OL Collin Foster, 6-3, 260, Lanier HS, Sugar Hill, Ga.: Other offers – Air Force. (COMMITTED to Mercer, Oct. 2)
WR-CB Jelani Foster, 6-2, 190, St. Vincent Pallotti HS, Laurel, Md.: Other offers – Buffalo. (COMMITTED to Buffalo, April 29).
OL Luca Fratianne, 6-3, 290, Newbury Park (Calif.) HS: Other offers – Navy, Air Force (COMMITTED to Navy, June 23)
S D.J. Frost, 6-2, 185, Blue Springs (Mo.) South HS: First offer – Air Force. Second offer – Army. (COMMITTED to Air Force, August 14)
DB Denaylan Fuimaono, 6-0, 190, Cabrillo HS, Long Beach, Calif.: Other offers – Navy, Air Force, Washington State, San Diego State, Hawaii, New Mexico, San Jose State, Nevada, Utah State (COMMITTED to San Diego State, Oct. 9)
WR Jehlani Galloway, 6-1, 175, Classical HS, Providence, R.I.: Other offers – Boston College, Maine. (COMMITTED to Boston College, March 19)
OL Cole Garcia, 6-4, 318, Bishop Lynch HS, Dallas, Texas: Other offers – Air Force, Rice, Louisiana-Monroe. (COMMITTED to Air Force, Sept. 23)
CB Chelen Garnes, 5-10, 181, North Point HS, Waldorf, Md.: Other offers – Navy, Air Force, Buffalo, Charlotte, Liberty. (COMMITTED to Navy, June 27)
LB Realus George, 6-1, 248, Pace Academy, Atlanta, Ga. Other offers – Navy, Miami (Fla.), Miami (Ohio), Memphis, Florida Atlantic, Appalachian State, UAB, Troy, Georgia Southern. (COMMITTED to Miami, Fla., Nov. 12)
LB Braden Gilby, 6-2, 222, Jesuit HS, Tampa, Fla.: Other offers – Air Force, Bowling Green, Troy. (COMMITTED to Furman, Sept. 17).
CB Jamal Glenn, 5-10, 175, Maret HS, Washington, D.C.: First offer – Navy. Second offer – Army. (COMMITTED to Navy, June 28)
DB Cameron Godfrey, 6-foot, 160, Klein Collins HS, Spring, Texas: (COMMITTED to Southeastern Louisiana, June 29)
C Kekani Gonzalez, 6-2, 290, Mater Dei HS, Santa Ana, Calif.: Other offers – Air Force, Boise State, Hawaii, San Jose State, New Mexico, UNLV (COMMITTED to Boise State, Sept. 10)
DT Cam Goode, 6-foot, 321, St. John’s HS, Washington, D.C.: Other offers – Michigan State, Virginia Tech, Syracuse, Pittsburg, Rutgers, Wake Forest, Arizona, Boston College, Temple, Kent State, Toledo, Florida Atlantic. (COMMITTED to Virginia Tech, June 11)
DL Tate Goodyear, 6-4, 299, Sycamore HS, Cincinnati, Ohio: Other offers – Air Force, Iowa State, Cincinnati, Colorado State, Buffalo, Central Michigan, Kent State, Marshall. (COMMITTED to Yale, July 17)
OL Devonte Gordon, 6-5, 280, Maret HS, Washington, D.C.: Other offers – Wake Forest, North Carolina State, Virginia, Toledo, Old Dominion, James Madison  (COMMITTED to Wake Forest, July 23)
DB Trent Gordon, 6-foot, 175, Manvel (Texas) HS: Other offers – Navy, Air Force, Michigan, LSU, Texas A&M, Penn State, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Colorado, Florida, Ole Miss, Louisville, UCLA, Oregon, Oklahoma State, West Virginia, Houston, Vanderbilt, TCU, Georgia Tech, North Carolina, California, Duke, Northwestern, Kentucky, Minnesota, Purdue, Iowa State, Rice, Texas-San Antonio. (COMMITTED to Penn State)
TE-LB Peter Gray,  6-4, 234, Tupelo (Miss.) HS: Other offers – Texas-San Antonio,  Memphis, Southern Mississippi, Western Michigan, Troy, Texas State, Florida Atlantic, Middle Tennessee State, Louisiana-Monroe; Louisiana-Lafayette, South Alabama (COMMITTED to Texas-San Antonio, July 31)
CB Vincent Gray, 6-2, 175, Adams HS, Rochester, Mich.: Other offers – Missouri, Purdue, Washington State, Kentucky, Boston College, Syracuse, Virginia, Iowa State, Memphis, Western Michigan, Temple, Cincinnati, Ball State, Bowling Green,  Northern Illinois, Kent State, Buffalo, Central Michigan, Eastern Michigan, Kent State, Ohio, Toledo. (COMMITTED to Missouri, July 21)
OL Marcus Greer, 6-3, 300, Chaminade Prep, St. Louis, Mo.: Other offers – Navy, Air Force, Syracuse, Bowling Green, Central Michigan, Louisiana Tech, Ohio, Eastern Michigan, Middle Tennessee State, New Mexico. (COMMITTED to Middle Tennessee State, July 15)
DB Nasir Greer, 6-1, 175, Stockbridge (Ga.) HS: Other offers – Wake Forest, Western Kentucky, Georgia State, South Alabama. (COMMITTED to Wake Forest, June 23)
RB Caleb Grimes, 5-10, 195, Benedictine Prep, Richmond, Va.: Other offers – Navy, Bowling Green. Received offers from Army and Navy on same day, Army first. (COMMITTED to Navy, June 26)
RB-DB Cory Gross, 6-2, 187, Brockport (N.Y.) HS: Other offers – Buffalo. (COMMITTED to Buffalo, June 25)
WR Isaac Guerendo, 6-foot, 185, Avon (Ind.) HS: First offer – Army. Other offers – Air Force, Wisconsin, Ball State, Eastern Michigan (COMMITTED to Wisconsin, July 6)
DB Erick Hallett, 5-10, 170, Cy-Fair HS, Cypress, Texas: Other offers – Washington State, Houston, Memphis, Ohio, Southern Mississippi, Tulane, Texas State, Louisiana-Monroe, Nevada, Liberty, UMass. (COMMITTED to Washington State, August 25)
WR Brendan Harmon, 6-5, 194, All Saints Episcopal HS, Fort Worth, Texas: Other offers – Navy, Air Force, Rice, Kansas State, New Mexico, North Texas (COMMITTED to Rice, August 4)
DB Marcellous Harris, 6-foot, 190, Harding University HS, Charlotte, N.C.: Other offers – Navy, Liberty. (COMMITTED to Liberty, June 27)
RB Hunter Hart, 6-1, 195, Patrick Henry HS, Ashland, Va.: (COMMITTED to William & Mary, baseball, July 14)
LB Brandon Hawkins, 6-3, 210, Georgetown (Texas) HS: Other offers – Navy, Air Force, Houston, Boise State, Indiana, SMU, Bowling Green, Toledo, Colorado State, Louisiana Tech, Marshall, New Mexico, Texas State, Tulsa, Tulane, Arkansas State, Liberty (COMMITTED to Boise State, June 12)
DL Logan Hawkins, 6-2, 270, Penn-Trafford HS, Harrison City, Pa.: Other offers – Navy, Akron, Ball State, Eastern Michigan, Toledo. (COMMITTED to Akron, June 22)
OL Conor Head, 6-4, 270, Revere HS, Richfield, Ohio: First offer – Army. Other offers – Toledo, Bowling Green (COMMITTED to Toledo, April 27)
S Kohl Henke, 6-2, 195, Boyd-Buchanan HS, Chattanooga, Tenn.: Other offers: Navy, Air Force, Virginia, Liberty. (COMMITTED to Tennessee-Chattanooga, July 23)
CB Justis Henley, 6-foot, 170, North Penn HS, Lansdale, Pa.: First offer – Army. Second offer – Air Force. (COMMITTED to Delaware, Sept. 14)
DB James Herring, 6-foot, 185, Highland Park HS, Dallas, Texas: Other offers – SMU. (COMMITTED to Harvard, July 7)
DB Jonathan Hess, 6-5, 213, Vestavia Hills (Ala.) HS: Other offers – Navy, Air Force, Ole Miss, Syracuse, Wake Forest, Memphis, Louisiana Tech, Southern Mississippi, Tulane, Alabama-Birmingham, Troy, Florida Atlantic, Georgia State, Middle Tennessee State, UMass. (COMMITTED to Ole Miss, June 21)
DB Dathan Hickey, 6-foot, 170, Bristol (Conn.) Central HS: Safety MVP of Army’s July camp. (COMMITTED to Yale, Oct. 25)
DB Dev Holmes, 5-10, 160, Troy (N.Y.) HS: Other offers – Navy. Attended Army Junior Day. (COMMITTED to Villanova, August 4)
K-P Brice Honaker, 6-1, 175, Howe (Texas) HS: Other offers – Air Force. (COMMITTED to Air Force, June 28)
OL Troy Ingle, 6-5, 280, American Heritage HS, Plantation, Fla.: Other offers – Navy, Air Force,Georgia Tech, Illinois, Central Florida, Western Kentucky, UConn, Central Michigan, Florida International, Tulane, Appalachian State, Marshall. (COMMITTED to Western Kentucky, July 2).
RB Martell Irby, 5-9, 204, Morse HS, San Diego, Calif.: Other offers – Navy, Air Force, Arizona, San Jose State, Hawaii, Idaho (COMMITTED to Arizona, Oct. 15)
RB Isaiah Issac, 5-9, 168, Buford (Ga.) HS: Other offers – Air Force, Wake Forest, Temple, Marshall, Toledo. (COMMITTED to Wake Forest, May 31).
LB Mateo Jackson, 6-2, 220, Hermitage HS, Richmond, Va.: First offer – Navy. Second offer – Army. Other offers – Air Force, Cincinnati, Kent State, Liberty. (COMMITTED to James Madison, Oct. 8)
*LS Clay James, 5-11, 210, Cocoa (Fla.) HS: Other offers – Miami, Fla., Appalachian State (COMMITTED to Miami, Fla., July 13)
DE Talon James, 6-4, 220, Reynolds HS, Asheville, N.C.: First offer – Army. Army visit – June 17. (COMMITTED to Richmond, August 12)
WR Justin Jasper, 6-3, 185, St. Christopher’s School, Richmond, Va.: Other offers – Air Force. (COMMITTED to Richmond, August 5)
QB Randon Jernigan, 6-foot, 173, Glynn Academy, Brunswick, Ga.: Other offers – Cincinnati, Colorado State, Georgia Southern, Georgia State, Western Kentucky, Troy, Appalachian State, Central Michigan, Eastern Michigan, Florida Atlantic, Southern Mississippi, Charlotte, Coastal Carolina, Liberty. (COMMITTED to Georgia, baseball, July 28)

DE Luke Johns, 6-5, 242, Southeast Whitfield County HS, Dalton, Ga.: Other offers – Navy, Air Force, Georgia Tech, Rutgers, Washington State, Georgia Southern, Georgia State, Ball State, Colorado State, Southern Mississippi, Middle Tennessee State, Coastal Carolina (COMMITTED to Georgia Tech, July 28)
S Elijah Jones, 6-4, 170, Cardinal Hayes HS, Bronx, N.Y.: First offer – Army. Other offers – Boston College, Rutgers, Purude, Maryland, Temple, UConn, Coastal Carolina (COMMITTED to Boston College, June 15) |
RB Anthony Johnson, 5-9, 192, Magnolia (Texas) HS: Other offers – North Texas (COMMITTED to North Texas, April 3)
LB Keyshawn Johnson, 6-1, 214, Duncanville (Texas) HS: Other offers – Air Force, Louisiana-Monroe, North Texas, Louisiana-Lafayette(COMMITTED to Louisiana-Monroe, August 4)
WR-CB Sheldon Jones, 5-10, 170, Easton HS, New Orleans, La.: (COMMITTED to Texas-San Antonio, Feb. 6)
OL-DL Michael Jurgens, 6-4, 274, Damascus (Md.) HS: First offer – Army. Other offers – Navy, Air Force, Louisville, Rutgers, Syracuse, East Carolina, Buffalo. Attended Army Junior Day. (COMMITTED to Wake Forest, June 7)
LB John Kelly, 6-3, 222, Monsignor Farrell HS, Staten Island, N.Y.: Other offers – Navy. (COMMITTED to Navy, June 25)
CB Terry Keys, 6-foot, 165, Dickinson (Texas) HS:  First offer – Army. Other offers – Navy, Air Force, SMU. (COMMITTED to SMU, June 3)
WR Travon King, 6-4, 205, Woodrow Wilson HS, Camden, N.J.: Other offers – Rutgers, Houston, Purdue, North Carolina State, Boston College, Central Florida, Temple, Kent State, Toledo, Tulane, Texas-San Antonio, Florida International (COMMITTED to Rutgers, August 26)
OL Adam Klein, 6-4, 255, Episcopal Academy, Newtown Square, Pa.: First offer – Army. Other offers – Air Force, Temple, Virginia, Buffalo (COMMITTED to Temple, July 10)
WR Caden Kotter, 6-5, 185, Lincoln HS, Vincennes, Ind.: Other offers – Air Force. (COMMITTED to Air Force, May 21)
DE Jamree Kromah, 6-4, 250, Flowers HS, Springdale, Md.: Other offers – Navy, Rutgers, Old Dominion, Bowling Green. (COMMITTED to Old Dominion, July 20)
RB Garland LaFrance, 5-10, 170, St. Augustine HS, New Orleans, La.: Decommitted from Tulane. Other offers – Texas Tech, Colorado State, Kent State, Louisiana-Monroe, Tulane, Toledo, Troy, Arkansas State, South Alabama, Idaho. (COMMITTED to Texas Tech, August 5)
DE Trey Laing, 6-4, 235, Godby HS, Tallahassee, Fla.: Other offers – South Florida, Indiana, Purdue, Syracuse, Iowa State, Cincinnati, Troy, Florida Atlantic, Florida International, Appalachian State, Ohio, Southern Mississippi, Toledo, Tulane, UAB, Middle Tennessee, South Alabama, Liberty. (COMMITTED to South Florida, June 25)
WR Stanley Lambert, 6-3, 211, Marshall HS, San Antonio, Texas: Other offers – Arizona State, Purdue, Texas State, New Mexico, Tulane, Nevada, Liberty (COMMITTED to Arizona State, July 28)
DE-LB Mike Laurencelle, 6-4, 230, Brother Rice HS, Bloomfield Hills, Mich.: Other offers – Air Force, Ball State (COMMITTED to Lehigh, Sept. 19)
LB Christian LaValle, 6-1, 225, Mission Viejo (Calif.) HS: Other offers – Navy, Air Force, Arizona State. (COMMITTED to Arizona State, June 20).
DB Dwight Lawrence, 5-11, 170, Wekiva HS, Apopka, Fla.: Official offer – Army. (COMMITTED to Florida Tech, July 30)
WR-TE Tae Le, 6-4, 237, Corona del Mar HS, Newport Beach, Calif.: Other offers – Air Force, Iowa State, Boise State, BYU, Colorado State, Hawaii, Utah State, UNLV, (COMMITTED to Harvard, Sept. 27)
CB Derric Lee, 6-foot, 169, Waubonsie Valley HS, Aurora, Ill.: Other offers – Navy, Air Force, Miami (Ohio), Northern Illinois, Ohio. (COMMITTED to Harvard, August 1)
OL Griffin Lehman, 6-5, 280, The Hill School, Pottstown, Pa.: (COMMITTED to Dartmouth, August 19)
DE Michael Lewis, 6-6, 235, David Crockett HS, Jonesborough, Tenn.: Other offers – Navy, Kansas State, Colorado State, Texas-San Antonio, UMass, Liberty. (COMMITTED to Liberty, Sept. 7).
K Jonah Lipel, 5-11, 165, Chaminade HS, West Hills, Calif.: Other offers – Navy, UCLA. (COMMITTED to Harvard, June 26)
OL Trey Livingood, 6-4, 290, Madison Southern HS, Berea, Ky.: Other offers – Navy, Air Force, Marshall, Ohio (COMMITTED to Marshall, June 14)
CB Donjae Logan, 5-11, 170, Desert Ridge HS, Mesa, Ariz.: Other offers – Air Force, Stanford, Washington State, New Mexico, Hawaii. (COMMITTED to Stanford, August 4)
TE Cal Long, 6-3, 210, Regents School, Austin, Texas: Other offers – Navy. (COMMITTED to Navy, June 30)
DT Allen Love, 6-3, 290, Huffman HS, Birmingham, Ala.: Other offers – Ole Miss, Louisville, Indiana, Purdue, Kentucky, North Carolina State, Rutgers, Kansas, Central Florida, Memphis, Western Kentucky, Colorado State, Tulane, Louisiana Tech, Southern Mississippi, Toledo, UAB, Troy, Arkansas State, Georgia Southern, Georgia State, Louisiana-Lafayette, Marshall, Middle Tennessee State, South Alabama. (COMMITTED to Ole Miss, June 8)
QB Trey Lowe, 6-3, 196, Bolivar (Tenn.) Central HS: Ranked the No. 228th player and No. 13 pocket-passing QB in Class of 2018 by ESPN. Other offers – Navy, West Virginia, Houston, North Carolina, Illinois, Memphis, Georgia Southern, Ohio, Southern Mississippi, Arkansas State, Coastal Carolina, Charlotte, South Alabama (COMMITTED to West Virginia, July 11)
WR Cooper Lutz, 6-foot, 195, Berks Catholic HS, Reading Pa.: Other offers – Syracuse. (COMMITTED to Syracuse, April 20)
LB Jacob Mangun-Farrar, 6-3, 208, Kempner HS, Sugar Land, Texas: Other offers – Air Force, Stanford, Oklahoma, Vanderbilt, Northwestern, Purdue, Ole Miss, California, Utah, Houston, Boise State, Rice, Tulane, New Mexico, New Mexico State. (COMMITTED to Stanford, August 8)
OL Anthony Marinelli, 6-4, 295, DePaul Catholic HS, Wayne, N.J.: Other offers – Air Force, Central Florida, Bowling Green, Central Michigan, Buffalo, Liberty. (COMMITTED to Fordham, June 29)
RB Donovan Marshall, 5-11, 185, Lutheran North HS, St. Louis, Mo.: Other offers – Navy, Minnesota, Syracuse, Western Michigan, Iowa State, New Mexico, Ball State, Bowling Green, Central Michigan, Northern Illinois, Wyoming, Arkansas State. (COMMITTED to Arkansas State, May 31)
DB TayJon Martin, 5-11, 165, Episcopal HS, Bellaire, Texas: Other offers – Navy, Air Force, Nevada, Louisiana-Monroe (COMMITTED to Nevada, June 13)
*QB Reese Mason, 6-2, 200, Magnolia (Texas) HS: Other offers – Tulsa (COMMITTED to Tulsa, July 22)
QB Max Massingale, 5-11, 185, Saguaro HS, Scottsdale, Ariz.: Other offers – Navy, Air Force (COMMITTED to Air Force, June 25)
WR Devin Matthews, 6-4, 194, Matanzas HS, Palm Coast, Fla.: First offer – Navy. Second offer – Army. Third offer – Air Force. Army visit – June 23 (COMMITTED to Navy, June 24)
LB Michael Matus, 6-1, 226, Katy (Texas) HS: Other offers – Navy, Air Force, Arizona State, North Texas, Texas State, Tulsa, Louisiana-Monroe, Liberty (COMMITTED to Arizona State, July 10)
CB Corey Mayfield, 6-foot, 182, North Forney HS, Forney, Texas: Other offers – Minnesota, Rice, Texas State, Texas-San Antonio, Colorado State, Nevada, Louisiana-Monroe, New Mexico State, Liberty. (COMMITTED to Texas-San Antonio, July 23)
OL-DL Briason Mays, 6-4, 290, Bolivar (Tenn.) Central HS: Other offers – Navy, Air Force, West Virginia, Georgia Tech, Illinois, Central Florida, Toledo, Arkansas State, Charlotte, Coastal Carolina, Georgia State. (COMMITTED to West Virginia, July 30)
DE Gavin McCabe, 6-3, 250, Marist HS, Chicago, Ill.: Other offers – Navy, Indiana, Arkansas, West Virginia, Georgia Tech, Texas Tech, Washington State, Purdue, Rutgers, Boston College, Syracuse, Illinois, Iowa State, Kansas, Cincinnati, Western Michigan, Colorado State, Ball State, Bowling Green, Miami (Ohio), New Mexico, Northern Illinois, Toledo, Wyoming. (COMMITTED to Indiana, June 20)
S Charles McClelland, 5-11, 171, Clinch County HS, Homerville, Ga.: Other offers – Navy, LSU, Auburn, Kentucky, Washington State, Central Florida, Cincinnati, Western Kentucky, Georgia Southern, Colorado State, Tulane, Arkansas State, Georgia State, Appalachian State, Troy, UNLV. (COMMITTED to Cincinnati, August 5)
WR Andrew McGowan, 6-3, 181, Sinton, Texas: Other offers – Texas-San Antonio, Texas State. 2016 stats: 77 catches, 1,232 yards, 13 touchdowns. (COMMITTED to Texas-San Antonio, February 6)
DB Michael McMorris, Buford (Ga.) HS: Firs offer – Navy. Second offer – Army. Other offer – Air Force. (COMMITTED to Navy, June 24)
K Evan McPherson, 6-foot, 165, Fort Payne (Ala.) HS: Other offers: Nebraska, Mississippi State, Miami (Fla.), Kentucky, Rutgers, Iowa State. (COMMITTED to Mississippi State, April 9)
OL Eric Miller, 6-6, 260, Mason (Ohio) HS:  Other offers – Air Force, Purdue, Ohio Toledo, Western Kentucky, Ball State, Central Michigan, Buffalo, Appalachian State (COMMITTED to Purdue, June 17)
S Phillip Mills, 6-3, 215, Paloma Valley HS, Menifee, Calif.: Other offers – Washington State, New Mexico, Wyoming, Hawaii. (COMMITTED to Boise State, May 16)
QB-DB Tye Mintz, 6-foot, 190, Cherokee (N.C.) HS: Other offers – Navy. (COMMITTED to Gardner-Webb, Oct. 4)
TE-LB Giovanni Miranda, 6-4, 214, Saguaro HS, Scottsdale, Ariz.: Other offers – Navy, Air Force, Nevada, UNLV, Hawaii, UTEP, New Mexico State, Idaho. (COMMITTED to Nevada, Oct. 27)
CB D.J. Mitchell, 5-9, 170, Knoxville (Tenn.) Catholic HS: First offer – Navy. Other offers – Liberty. (COMMITTED to Eastern Kentucky, Sept. 23)
DE-LB Juan Monjarres, 6-3, 215, St. Augustine HS, New Orleans, La.: Other offers – Navy, Washington State, Louisiana-Monroe, Tulane, East Carolina, Colorado State, Ball State, Kent State, Toledo, Troy, Arkansas State, Texas State, South Alabama, Yale, Princeton. (COMMITTED to Tulane, May 23)
RB-DB Markeith Montgomery, 5-9, 173, Ridgeland HS, Rossville, Ga.: Other offers – Navy, Air Force, Central Michigan, Florida Atlantic (COMMITTED to Kennesaw State, June 24)
DB Chauncey Moore, 5-11, 179, Friendship Collegiate Academy, Washington, D.C.: Other offers – Navy, Temple (COMMITTED to Temple, June 18)
OL Joe More, 6-5, 265, Christ Presbyterian Academy, Nashville, Tenn.: Offensive MVP at Army’s June prospect camp. Other offers – Navy. (COMMITTED to Navy, June 29)
WR Ja’kori Morgan, 6-2, 209, Clear Lake HS, Houston, Texas: Other offers – Houston, Utah, Kansas State, Illinois, Oregon State, Colorado State, New Mexico, Texas State, UNLV  (COMMITTED to Houston, July 1)
DB Jarron Morris, 5-10, 165, West Orange-Stark HS, Orange, Texas: First FBS offer – Army. Other offers – Rice, Texas State, SMU, Southern Mississippi. Former SMU commit (COMMITTED to Texas State, June 26)
CB Jebril Murray, 5-10, 167, Glen Allen (Va.) HS: Other offers – Navy. (COMMITTED to Navy, June 30)
DE-LB Anthony Nelson, 6-1, 240, Jesuit HS, Tampa, Fla.: Other offers – Navy, Air Force, Washington State, South Florida, Colorado State, Tulane, Troy, Ohio, Georgia Southern, Arkansas State, Georgia State, Southern Miss, UMass, Middle Tennessee State (COMMITTED to Harvard, July 26)
OL Clayton Nelson, 6-2, 300, Crossett (Ark.) HS: Other offers – Navy. (COMMITTED to Navy, July 17)
LB-S Reid Nickerson, 6-4, 210, Friendswood (Texas) HS: First offer – Army. Other offers – Air Force, Liberty. (COMMITTED to Yale, June 29)
OL Grant Norton, 6-8, 255, Camdenton (Mo.) HS: Other offers – Minnesota, Purdue, Central Florida, Ball State, Bowling Green, Central Michigan, Toledo, Wyoming, Arkansas States, Texas State. (COMMITTED to Minnesota, July 29)
S Kelechi Nwachuku, 6-1, 190, McAllen (Texas) Memorial HS: Other offers – Texas-San Antonio, Rice, Columbia. (COMMITTED to Texas-San Antonio, Feb. 11)
WR Ugo Obasi, 6-2, 175, Milford Mill Academy, Baltimore, Md.: Other offers – Navy, Virginia, Wisconsin, Vanderbilt, Pittsburgh, Boston College, Duke, Purdue, Wake Forest, Illinois, Rutgers, UConn, East Carolina, Temple, Kent State, Toledo, Buffalo, Marshall, Coastal Carolina (COMMITTED to Virginia, June 23)
DB Jordan Oliver, 5-11, 165, Kempner HS, Sugar Land, Texas: Other offers – Air Force, Rice, Texas State, New Mexico (COMMITTED to Rice, June 15)
*OL Gavin Orr, 6-4, 270, Southside HS, Gadsden, Ala.: First FBS offer – Army. Other offers – Troy, UAB, Central Michigan, Appalachian State, Middle Tennessee State, Georgia State, Coastal Carolina. (COMMITTED to Samford, Sept. 30)
QB Perry Olsen, 6-2, 210, Yukon (Okla.) HS: Other offers – Navy. (COMMITTED to Navy, June 15)
DL Dennis Osagiede, 6-1, 272, Ridge Point HS, Missouri City, Texas: Other offers – Texas State, New Mexico, Louisiana-Lafayette, UMass. (COMMITTED to UMass, August 1)
TE-DE Drew Painter, 6-4, 245, Hershey (Pa.) HS: Other offers – Central Florida, Buffalo. (COMMITTED to James Madison, August 11)
TE Noah Palmer, 6-4, 205, Jefferson HS, Jefferson Hills, Pa.: Other offers – Pittsburgh, Buffalo, Miami (Ohio). (COMMITTED to Pittsburgh, May 18
QB Anthony Paolettti, 6-2, 210, Marple Newtown HS, Newtown Square, Pa.: Other offers – Eastern Michigan, Miami (Ohio). (COMMITTED to Delaware, July 11)
WR Jake Papez, 6-5, 230, Timberland HS, Wentzville, Mo.: Other offers – Navy, Bowling Green, Ohio. (COMMITTED to Bowling Green, June 11)
QB-LB Brody Parker, 6-6, 217, Blue Springs (Mo.) South HS: First offer – Army. (COMMITTED to Southern Illinois, Sept. 3)
LB Mason Parris, 6-2, 230, Lawrenceburg (Ind.) HS: Other offers – Navy, Eastern Michigan (COMMITTED to Michigan, wrestling, Oct. 24)
CB Jayden Patterson, 6-foot, 182, Mountain View HS, Lawrenceville, Ga.: Other offers – Western Kentucky, Georgia Southern, Ball State (COMMITTED to Western Kentucky, June 20)
DB Justin Peter, 5-10, 170, Leon HS, Tallahassee, Fla.: (COMMITTED to South Florida, track and field, April 17)
K Joseph Petrino, 5-11, 150, Richmond Hill (Ga.) HS: Other offers – Maryland. (COMMITTED to Maryland, July 7)
OL Casey Phillips, 6-5, 270, Franklin (Texas) HS: Other offers – TCU, Texas Tech, Baylor, Rice, SMU, Oklahoma State, Minnesota, Bowling Green. (COMMITTED to Baylor, March 18)
WR Jimmy Phillips, 6-3, 190, Poteet HS, Mesquite, Texas: Other offers – Navy, Air Force, SMU, Texas State (COMMITTED to SMU, June 2)
DT Anthony Pierce, 6-1, 293, Northview HS, Dothan, Ala.: Other offers – Navy, Virginia, Troy, Tulane (COMMITTED to Troy, June 6)
CB Jonnie Pitman, 6-foot, 170, Potomac HS, Oxen Hill, Md.: Other offers – Navy, Air Force, Charlotte. (COMMITTED to Charlotte, July)
LB Noah Plack, 6-foot, 205, South Fayette HS, McDonald, Pa.: Other offers – Navy, Air Force, Akron, Bowling Green (COMMITTED to Delaware, July 27)
QB Jaren Rainey, 6-2, 186, Northwest Guilford HS, High Point, N.C.: (COMMITTED to East Carolina, June 20)
LB Hanin Rakrouki, 6-foot, 230, Klein Oak HS, Spring, Texas: Other offers – Air Force. (COMMITTED to Air Force, August 20)
NT Alejandro Ramirez, 6-2, 278, Har-Ber HS, Springdale, Ark.: Other offers – Navy, Arkansas State. (COMMITTED to Central Arkansas, Nov. 3)
WR Ben Redding, 6-4, 215, Friendswood (Texas) HS: Other offers – UNLV, Texas State. (COMMITTED to UNLV, July 16)
LB Carson Reich, 6-3, 220, The Woodlands (Texas) HS: (COMMITTED to Dartmouth, August 7)
S Ryan Rhoden, 6-2. 170, St. Thomas Aquinas HS, Fort Lauderdale, Fla.: Other offers – Middle Tennessee State (COMMITTED to Princeton, July 27)
K Javan Rice, 6-3, 190, Belen Jesuit HS, Miami, Fla.: First offer – Army. Other offers – Vanderbilt, Florida International. (COMMITTED to Vanderbilt, June 16)
T Ford Roberts, 6-4, 270, Greater Atlanta Christian HS, Norcross, Ga.: Other offers – Air Force, Georgia Southern, Appalachian State, Coastal Carolina, Charlotte, South Alabama. (COMMITTED to Princeton, August 17)
DE Rushton Roberts, 6-4, 220, The Bolles School, Jacksonville, Fla.: First offer – Army. Other offers – Colorado State, Coastal Carolina. (COMMITTED to Colorado State, July 30)
WR Oneil Robinson, 6-3, 177, Capital Prep HS, Hartford, Conn.: First offer – Army. Other offers – UConn. (COMMITTED to UConn, June 24)
OL Silas Robinson, 6-4, 305, Yoakum (Texas) HS: Other offers – Virginia, Rice, SMU, Texas-San Antonio. (COMMITTED to SMU, June 12)
OL Talvis Robinson, 6-2, 300, Thomas Dale HS, Chester, Va.: Other offers – Navy. (COMMITTED to Navy, July 18)
S RJ Roderick, 6-foot, 207, Cane Bay HS, Summerville, S.C.: Other offers – Air Force, South Carolina, North Carolina, Duke, Georgia Tech, North Carolina State, Wake Forest, Virginia, Central Florida, East Carolina, Western Kentucky, Miami (Ohio), Coastal Carolina, Georgia State, Middle Tennessee State. (COMMITTED to South Carolina, June 3)
OL Mike Ruth, 6-7, 303, Coppell (Texas) HS: Other offers – Miami, Fla., Houston, Texas Tech, Missouri, Arizona State, Kansas State, Boise State, Vanderbilt, Syracuse, Indiana, Iowa State, Memphis, Rice, SMU, Tulsa, Bolwing Green, Colorado State, Tulane, New Mexico State,  Texas-San Antonio. (COMMITTED to Missouri, July 26)
RB-DB Ebissa Sambo, 5-10, 160, Reservoir HS, Laurel, Md.: First offer – Navy. Second offer – Army (COMMITTED to Navy, June 25)
DE Jack Sape, 6-4, 250, Bloomfield Hills (Mich.) HS: Other offers – Ball State, Central Michigan, Kent State, Buffalo (COMMITTED to Ball State, June 22)
DE Dotson Schaefer, 6-4, 230, Fayetteville (Ark.) HS: Other offers – Navy. (COMMITTED to Navy, July 14)
OL Brendan Schlittler, 6-5, 305, Eureka (M0.) HS: Other offers – Eastern Michigan (COMMITTED to Holy Cross, August 10)
LB D.J. Schramm, 6-1, 215, Clovis West HS, Fresno, Calif.: Other offers – Air Force, Boise State, San Jose State. (COMMITTED to Boise State, June 13)
RB Stevie Scott, 6-1, 230, Christian Brothers Academy, Syracuse, N.Y.: Other offers – Rutgers, Purdue, Minnesota, Duke, Pittsburgh, Syracuse, Boston College, Central Florida, UConn, Buffalo, UMass. (COMMITTED to Rutgers, August 8)
DE Billy Shaeffer, 6-3, 220, Archbishop Wood HS, Warminster, Pa.: Other offers – Toledo. (COMMITTED to Lafayette, August 3)
QB Patrick Shegog, 6-foot, 170, South Panola HS, Batesvile, Miss.: Other offers – Navy, Tulane. (COMMITTED to Tulane, August 3)
OL Thomas Shelmire, 6-3, 290, Highland Park HS, Dallas, Texas: Other offers – Navy, Boston College, SMU, North Texas, Colorado State, New Mexico State (COMMITTED to Boston College, June 17)
RB Tyre Shelton, 5-11, 178, Chapel Hill HS, Douglasville, Ga.: Other offers – Air Force, Miami (Ohio). (COMMITTED to Miami, Ohio, May 14)
QB Luke Shiflett, 6-1, 184, Northwest Whitfield HS, Tunnel Hill, Ga.: Other offers – Middle Tennessee State, Georgia Southern, Troy (COMMITTED to Middle Tennessee State, May 15)
OL Trevor Shohoney, 6-4, 285, Frankilin (Wisc.) HS: Other offers – Buffalo (COMMITTED to South Dakota, July 16)
S Shayne Simon, 6-3, 200, St. Peter’s Prep, Jersey City, N.J.: Other offers – Navy, Ohio State, Michigan, Notre Dame, Wisconsin, UCLA, Stanford, Nebraska, West Virginia,  Northwestern, North Carolina, North Carolina State, Vanderbilt, Rutgers, Duke, Boston College, Maryland, Syracuse, Virginia. (COMMITTED to Notre Dame, July 25)
CB Alex Smith, 6-foot, 175, Culver City (Calif.) HS: Other offers – Navy, Air Force, Wisconsin, Boston College, Idaho (COMMITTED to Wisconsin, June 13)
CB Jalen Smith, 6-1, 153, Ocean Lakes HS, Virginia Beach, Va.: Other offers – Navy. (COMMITTED to Navy, May 31)
QB-S John Smith, 5-11, 185, Park Vista HS, Lake Worth, Fla.: Other offers – Northern Illinois (COMMITTED to Holy Cross, July 2)
LB Joe Sparacio, 6-foot, 220, First Baptist Academy, Naples, Fla.: Other offers – Navy, Boston College, Eastern Michigan, Marshall, Coastal Carolina, Appalachian State (COMMITTED to Boston College, June 6)
WR Rory Starkey, 6-1, 195, Hapeville Charter, Atlanta, Ga.: Other offers – Illinois, East Carolina, Appalachian State, Middle Tennessee State. Army visit – April 29. (COMMITTED to Penn, July 18)
QB Steve Steen, 6-foot, 170, Permian HS, Odessa, Texas: First offer – Army. Second offer – Navy. (COMMITTED to Navy, July 4)
RB Justin Stevenson, 6-foot, 205, Taft HS, San Antonion, Texas: First offer – Army. Other offer – Navy (COMMITTED to Navy,  June 23)
TE-DE Josh St. Jean, 6-5, 270, La Lumiere HS, La Porte, Ind.: Other offers -Central Florida, Bowling Green, Central Michigan, Eastern Michigan, Toledo, Arkansas State. (COMMITTED to Yale, August 7)
DE K.J. Stokes, 6-3, 240, Stanhope Elmore HS, Millbrook, Ala.: Other offers – Purdue, Southern Mississippi, (COMMITTED to Purdue, July 22).
WR Gerard Stringer, 6-3, 185, Nansemond River HS, Suffolk, Va.: Other offers – Navy, East Carolina, Ohio (COMMITTED to East Carolina, June 5)
OL Reggie Sutton, 6-4, 269, Calvert Hall HS, Baltimore, Md.: Other offers – Air Force, Rutgers, Akron, Toledo, Buffalo, Marshall, Charlotte. (COMMITTED to Rutgers, June 27)
WR Chris Sykes, 6-4, 200, St. Louis HS, Honolulu, Hawaii: Other offers – Air Force, Fresno State. Unofficial Army visit: June 21. (COMMITTED to Dartmouth, Oct. 8).
OL Jake Syptak, 6-5, 270, The Woodlands (Texas) HS: Other offers – Air Force, Tulsa, Rice, SMU, North Texas, Texas-San Antonio, Texas State, New Mexico, Bowling Green, Tulane, UMass. (COMMITTED to SMU, June 23)
QB-WR Cam Taylor, 5-11, 205, Park Crossing HS, Montgomery, Ala.: Other offers – Missouri, Mississippi State, Iowa State, Central Florida, Western Kentucky, UConn, UAB, South Alabama, Troy, Toledo, Georgia Southern, Southern Mississippi, Arkansas State, Appalachian State, Florida Atlantic (COMMITTED to Missouri, July 23)
DB Daniel Taylor, 5-10, 170, Brentwood (Tenn.) Academy: Other offers – Navy, Air Force, Southern Mississippi, Appalachian State, Charlotte. (COMMITTED to Navy, June 25)
DT Jahlil Taylor, 6-1, 286, Crisp County HS, Cordele, Ga.: Other offers – Appalachian State, Colorado State, Troy, Western Kentucky, Georgia State, Georgia Southern, Tulane, Central Michigan, Kent State, Southern Mississippi, Arkansas State, UAB, Middle Tennessee State, South Alabama. (COMMITTED to Appalachian State, Oct. 23)
DB Jaison Taylor, 5-11, 181, Newton HS, Covington, Ga.: Other offers – Navy, Temple, Western Kentucky, Ball State, Central Michigan, Northern Illinois, Ohio, Troy, Northern Illinois, Georgia State, Arkansas State, Middle Tennessee State (COMMITTED to Navy, June 16)
DE Mike Taylor, 6-3, 230, Holy Cross HS, Flushing, N.Y.: Plays for same high school as former Army CB Brandon Jackson. Army Unofficial visit – April 10. (COMMITTED to Villanova, Oct. 17)
DB Zaire Taylor, 6-2, 182, O’Connor HS, Helotes, Texas: First offer – Army. Other offers – Houston, Purdue, SMU, Texas State, New Mexico (COMMITTED to Houston)
DT Lichon Terrell, 6-2, 270, Callaway HS, Hogansville, Ga.: Other offers – Navy, Western Kentucky, Misssissippi State, Iowa State, East Carolina, Tulane, UConn, Troy, Georgia Southern, Georgia State, Ball State, Ohio, Marshall, New Mexico, Southern Mississippi, Florida Atlantic, Appalachian State, Arkansas State, Middle Tennessee State, South Alabama, UMass. (COMMITTED to Western Kentucky, July 28)
OL Kobe Thomas, 6-2, 263, Parkland HS, Allentown, Pa.: First offer – Army. Other offers – Navy. (COMMITTED to Albany, Sept. 27)
LB Owen Thomas, 6-4, 225, North Penn HS, Lansdale, Pa.: Other offers – Air Force, Central Florida, Bowling Green, Florida International, Old Dominion, UMass. (COMMITTED to Villanova, August 8)
LS Noah Turner, 6-foot, 230, Western Alamance HS, Elon, N.C.: Other offers – Wake Forest, Appalachian State. (COMMITTED to Wake Forest, August 11)
DE Cameron Valentine, 6-3, 250, Foster HS, Richmond, Texas: Other offers – Navy, Texas Tech, Tulsa, Louisiana-Lafayette, Louisiana-Monroe, New Mexico, UNLV, New Mexico State, Liberty (COMMITTED to Texas Tech, June 12)
DE Sam Vance, 6-4, 240, Centerville (Ohio) HS: First offer – Army. Other offers – Air Force. (COMMITTED to Air Force, August 6)
LB Jaden Vazquez, 6-1, 190, Liberty HS, Bethlehem, Pa.: Other offers – Buffalo. (COMMITTED to Fordham, June 19)
LS Michael Vinson, 6-3, 230, New Trier HS, Winnetka, Ill.: (COMMITTED to Notre Dame, Nov. 14)
LB Ed Warinner, 6-1, 225, Olentangy HS, Powell, Ohio: Son of former Army offensive coordinator Ed Warinner. Other offers -Air Force, Michigan State, West Virginia, Rutgers, Central Florida, Cincinnati, Colorado State, Buffalo, Bowling Green, Central Michigan, Kent State, Miami (Ohio), Ohio, Toledo. (COMMITTED to Michigan State, April 12)
LB Hunter Webb, 6-2, 210, Loyalsock HS, Williamsport, Pa.: First FBS offer – Army. Other offers – UConn, UMass. (COMMITTED to UConn, June 22)
RB Keyondre White, 6-foot, 210, Chaminade-Madonna HS, Hollywood, Fla.: First offer – Army. Other offers – Louisville, Syracuse, Illinois, Bowling Green, South Florida. (COMMITTED to Akron, March 10)
WR Trent Whittemore, 6-3, 185, Buchholz HS, Gainesville, Fla.: Other offers – Flordia, Troy, Tulane, South Alabama (COMMITTED to Florida, May 28)
K Camden Wise, 6-foot, 155, Blacksburg (Va.) HS: (COMMITTED to James Madison, August 27)
LB Brandon Won, 6-2, 215, Sunny Hills HS, Fullerton, Calif.: Other offers – Hawaii, Harvard, Penn, Princeton, Brown, Columbia, San Diego (COMMITTED to Harvard, July 4)
WR J.T. Wood, 6-2, 205, Creekside HS, St. John’s, Fla.: Other offers – Liberty, Troy, South Alabama (COMMITTED to Liberty, July 19)
S J.T. Woods, 6-3, 175, Steele HS, Cibolo, Texas: Other offers – Brown, Columbia, Stephen F. Austin. First offer – Army. Other offers – Navy, Baylor, Houston, Colorado State, Texas State, Toledo, Louisiana-Monroe (COMMITTED to Baylor, April 30)
WR Paul Woods, 6-1, 165, Canisius HS, Buffalo, N.Y.: Other offers – Wake Forest, Boston College, Rutgers, Buffalo, Cincinnati. (COMMITTED to Rutgers, July 11)
S Peyton Woulard, 6-1, 175, Collins Hill HS, Suwanee, Ga.: Other offers – Minnesota, Purdue, Duke, Indiana, Vanderbilt, Wake Forest, Boston College, Virginia, Iowa State, Memphis, Western Kentucky, Georgia Southern, Georgia State, Colorado State, Appalachian State. (COMMITTED to Wake Forest, April 9)
OL Jack York, 6-6, 295, First Baptist HS, Dallas, Texas: Former San Diego State commit. Other offers – Minnesota, San Diego State, Southern Mississippi, North Texas, Texas State, Tulane, Bowling Green, Arkansas State, Nevada, New Mexico State, UMass, Liberty. (COMMITTED to Minnesota, July 29)
TE Mason Yost, 6-4 235, The Bolles School, Jacksonville, Fla.: Other offers – Liberty (COMMITTED to Liberty, July 12)
DB Avery Young, 6-1, 195, Coatesville (Pa.) HS: Other offers – Navy, Rutgers, Syracuse, Maryland, Virginia, UConn, Kent State, Toledo, Old Dominion, UMass, (COMMITTED to Rutgers, June 30)
DB Christian Young, 6-2, 196, Foster HS, Ricmond, Texas: Other offers – Navy, Houston, Purdue, Missouri, Arizona, Arizona State, Oregon State, Iowa State, Kansas, SMU, Texas State, Tulsa, Bowling Green, Louisiana-Monroe, Louisiana Tech, Nevada, New Mexico, UMass (COMMITTED to Iowa State, June 18)
DL Garrett Zobel, 6-3, 275, LaSalle College HS, Wyndmoor, Pa.: First offer – Army. Other offers – Ball State. (COMMITTED to Villanova, Oct. 14)

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KnightCap: Temple

Army pulled out its second-straight, nail-biting home win, coming back from seven points down twice in the fourth quarter and finishing Temple 31-28 in overtime.

Thought it was going to be hard to top James Gibson’s game-saving tackle on a two-point conversion against Eastern Michigan last week.

This time, the heroes included sophomore quarterback Kelvin Hopkins, who was called upon with 1:31 left in the game and Army trailing 28-21. Hopkins finished a 14-play, 79-yard drive with his fifth completion, a 16-yard touchdown pass to senior wide receiver Jermaine Adams with one second remaining.

But, thanks to

By coming back from seven points down twice in the fourth quarter and pulling out a win in overtime the next week

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