Personal: Robert Michael Nachtman (nakt-man) born Dec. 10, 1999 son of Gary and Karen Palmer has not decided on a major at Delaware. (Marple-Newtown HS) High School: Three-year standout at quarterback at Marple-Newtown High School for head coach Chris Gicking one of the top quarterbacks in Delaware County history two-time team captain earned first team All-State honors as a senior in 2017 and second team All-State honors in 2016 two-time All-Delaware Country and All-Central League selection led team to three-year record of 28-9 and state playoff appearances in 20 Delaware Countys all-time leading passer with 7,048 yards and 73 touchdowns threw for 1,883 yards and 15 touchdowns as a sophomore, 2,793 yards and 33 touchdowns as a junior, and 2,372 yards and 25 touchdowns as a senior also played basketball for head coach Sean Spratt four-year honor roll student earned Delaware County Scholar-Athlete Award and congressional district scholar-athlete award student ambassador.
21, 1999 son of Jim and Tina Nachtman youngest of three children both parents are graduates of Penn State father is the assistant athletic director for media and video production at Penn State University mother is a nurse plans to major in biology with a minor in psychology would like to become a physical therapist favorite NFL teams are the New York Giants and Miami Dolphins. son of Aaron and Beth Nickles plans to major in business at Delaware enjoys playing basketball, camping, fishing, and boating in his spare time favorite NFL team is the New York Giants. (Archbishop Wood HS) High School: Standout linebacker at Archbishop Wood High School for head coach Steve Devlin led team to a combined record of 34-5 over his final three seasons team went 12-2 and won the state 5A title in 2017, went 11-2 and won the state 5A title in 2016, and posted a 11-1 record and advanced to the state playoffs in 2015 earned first team All-State 5A honors as both a junior and senior two-time All-Catholic League selection. Personal: Anthony Albert Paoletti (pay-oh-letti) born Aug.
We signed 11 recruits who live within a three to three-and-a-half hour radius and I am very appreciative of that fact.
We can do a lot within our state and within our region.
Delaware will host six games at Delaware Stadium this fall, including matchups vs. AUSTIN HAVERSTROM 5-11 170 Wide Receiver Keswick, Va.
(Monticello HS) High School: Standout in football and lacrosse at Monticello High School served as captain for both teams three-year starter at wide receiver, cornerback, and kick returner in football for head coach Jeff Lloyd second team All-State selection as a wide receiver as a senior in 2017 all-region as a wide receiver and all-district as a receiver, kick returner, and cornerback in 2017 All-Central Virginia and All-Jefferson District as a junior and all-conference punt returner as a sophomore as a senior, averaged 18.4 yards per catch (589 total yards) and scored six touchdowns, intercepted two passes, and averaged 38.5 yards on kick returns with two touchdowns as a junior, had 962 all-purpose yards, averaged 15.8 yards per reception, and scored six touchdowns while adding 33 tackles and two interceptions as a sophomore, had 542 all-purpose yards to go with 24 tackles and two interceptions three-year starter as a midfielder and faceoff specialist in lacrosse for coach Tucker Tapscott had 55 goals, 72 assists, 313 groundballs, and won over 70 percent of his faceoffs for his career member of the jazz band. 3, 1999 son of Richard and Lois Haverstrom mother is a lawyer who earned her law degree from Villanova takes inspiration from his younger brother, Troy, who has cerebral palsy grandfather, Kevin Haverstrom, played college baseball at Manhattan College enjoys making music in his spare time favorite NFL team is the New York Giants. (North Penn HS) High School: Three-year starter at cornerback and wide receiver at Philadelphia suburban power North Penn High School for head coach Dick Beck led team to three-year record of 35-7 and three conference championships team went 14-1 and won the district title in 2016 served as team captain as a senior two-time All-State, all-area, and all-conference selection at cornerback nominated for the Mini-Maxwell Player of the Year Award tallied 1,016 receiving yards, scored eight touchdowns, and intercepted eight passes as a junior in 2016 and had 917 receiving yards, 16 touchdowns, and eight interceptions as a senior in 2017 honor roll student every year. 2, 2000 in Philadelphia son of Keith and Marcetas Henley one of five children, including a pair of older twins plans to major in business and minor in journalism aspires to become a sports broadcaster enjoys playing basketball in his spare time favorite NFL teams are the Philadelphia Eagles and Cleveland Browns.
Kern was one of 13 CAA players honored Tuesday by STATS.
We set out to get a better balance in our roster as well. The schedule will include four teams that advanced to the NCAA Tournament this past season, including a road game on Sept. Season tickets for 2018 Delaware Football will go on sale in January.
It was really important for us to work back to a balance, which is why we have a higher number of defensive players in this class. Current season tickets members will receive renewal forms shortly after the new year.
A management information systems major who will graduate in May, Kern was a four-year standout at center who started each of his final 39 career games for the Blue Hens.
He was the anchor for an offensive line that helped Delaware rank No.