Introducing NHFR 2012-13 Recruiting Profiles
Note: New Hampshire Football Report will run recruiting profiles this year. These profiles are designed to give added exposure to any New Hampshire player who would like to play prep school or college football (any level) in the future. The profiles are inexpensive ($100), are easily accessible by prep school and college coaches and will run once a week until the NCAA football signing period is over (April 1). A player does not have to be a senior to have his profile posted on NHFR. To receive a questionnaire contact Roger Brown at email@example.com. St. Thomas Aquinas senior Ryan Monettte became the first New Hampshire athlete to take advantage of this service (see below).
School: St. Thomas Aquinas (Dover).
Primary position: Running back, slot receiver, wide receiver.
Secondary position: Defensive back, kick returner.
Highlight film: http://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=ryan+monette&oq=ryan+monette&aq=f&aqi=g1&aql=&gs_sm=s&gs_upl=2611l6006l0l8150l12l12l0l5l5l0l242l1224l2.1.4l7l0
Contact information: Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Phone: (603) 929-0221 (h), (603) 247-2604 (c). Guidance counselor: David Lloyd (603) 742-3206 x5315 or email@example.com.
FOOTNOTES: Monette has been a two-way starter for St. Thomas since his sophomore season, and is open to playing on either side of the ball in college. ... Dedicated athlete who works out regularly in the offseason. ... Has proven to be a big-play threat as a kick-returner and as a receiver out of the backfield in high school. Averaged 48 yards per punt return as a junior. .... Helped St. Thomas win the Division V championship last season, when he rushed for 1,438 yards and 19 TDs on 66 carries. Also caught 25 passes for 416 yards and four TDs. .. Ranked first in the 40-yard dash (4.47 seconds) and the 20-yard shuttle (3.97) at the 2012 Dick Bell BLUE CHIP INVITATIONAL. ... "He's a dynamic player," St. Thomas coach Eric Cumba said. "He's undersized, but plays bigger than his size. He probably projects to play on the offensive side of the ball in college, either as a slot or a tailback, depending on the system. Grades are not a problem."