Delaware football coach Danny Rocco announced the signing of 13 graduating high school seniors to national letters of intent to attend the University of Delaware next season.  The 13 student-athletes come from six different states, with most of them playing on the offensive side of the ball.

     Only one of the recruits is from Delaware, Dover High School offensive lineman Bradly Anyanwu.  The recruiting class included one quarterback, Cade Pribula from York, Pennsylvania, two tight ends and a running back, Quincy Watson from Norristown, Pennsylvania.  Watson's father, Rowan,  played for Tubby Raymond from 1988 to 1991.

     And the Blue Hens looked to have gotten a top kicker in Ryan Coe, from western Pennsylvania.  Coe was ranked as the top punter in Pennsylvania and the second best kicker in the state and received recruiting interest from Akron, Temple, Ole Miss and UCF.

     Seven of the recruits are from Pennsylvania, two from Virginia and one each from Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey and Connecticut.  Rocco says he expects to sign maybe another five or six recruits, either from high school, junior college or transfers in February.