Two Florida Offensive Linemen Commit to UConn

Daniel Oak Offensive Guard 6’3" 262 Ft. Myers, FL Ft. Myers High School NR

As of 2 weeks ago, Oak was leaning towards committing to the University of Toledo. His high school coach, Sammy Siranni said that if he were 2 inches taller, he would have attracted attention from all the premier programs. Siranni called up Head Coach Bob Diaco and set up a visit for him to come down. Diaco went down to Ft. Myers and liked what he saw, so Oak visited Storrs on January 31st. While in Storrs, Oak received an offer and will become the latest, newest Husky. This has the potential to be a "diamond in the rough" signing

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Ryan Crozier Offensive linemen 6'4" 297 Ft. Lauderdale, FL St. Thomas Aquinas 2 Stars

Ryan Crozier #62 OL 2013 Season Highlights (via AquinasPlayers)

Crozier can play multiple positions on the offensive line and was an honorable mention for the U.S. Army All-Combine Team in 2013. He had serious interest from Miami, including attending their spring game, however he never recieved an offer. He received offers from Florida International, and AAC foe Houston. The Ft. Lauderdale native will be joining former St. Thomas Aquinas teammate, and potential UConn starter, OL Kyle Schafenacker.

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