Towson lands 6 recruits from Fla., 3 from Md.

February 03, 2010|By From Sun staff reports

Six players from Florida and three from Maryland highlight coach Rob Ambrose's second recruiting class for Towson.

Of the Tigers' six recruits from Florida, two are transfers: defensive back Jordan Dangerfield from Hofstra, which discontinued its program in December, and quarterback Chris Hart from Georgia Military.

The Marylanders are linebacker Trey Jackson of Howard, defensive back Thomas Bradley of Richard Montgomery and cornerback Everett Weldon of Gwynn Park.

Towson's full class:

Thomas Bradley, DB (Gaithersburg)
x-Jordan Dangerfield, DB (Royal Palm Beach, Fla.)
Justen Davis, WR (Tampa, Fla.)
LaTrayon Fagins, CB (Bradenton, Fla.)
Corey Ford, CB (Harrisburg, Pa.)
y-Chris Hart, QB (Bradenton, Fla.)
z-Trey Jackson, LB (Ellicott City)
Kyle Polk, LB (Piscataway, N.J.)
Arione Scott, WR (Lauderhill, Fla.)
Derek Soven, P-PK (Weston, Fla.)
T.C. Sweeney, OT (Ramsey, N.J.)
Bryce Thompson, PK-P (Matthews, N.C.)
Daniel Vaughan, TE (Chesapeake, Va.)
Everett Weldon, CB (Brandywine)
Derek Wright, LB (Suffolk, Va.)
x-transfer from Hofstra University
y-transfer from Georgia Military College
z-attended Howard High

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