UNH football lands 7 recruits during early signing period

Monitor staff
Thursday, December 21, 2017

University of New Hampshire football coach Sean McDonnell announced Wednesday that seven student-athletes signed national letters of intent during the early signing period to commit to playing for the Wildcats beginning next season.

UNH signed linebacker Zachary Banks (6-foot-3, 225 pounds) of Westminster, Mass.; quarterback Bret Edwards (6-1, 175) of Lowell, Mass.; linebacker-running back Jacob “JJ” Jerome (5-11, 205) of Monroe, Wash.; defensive lineman Niko Kvietkus (6-3, 260) of Southington, Conn.; running back Dylan Laube (5-10, 190) of Westhampton, N.Y.; lineman Osho Omoyeni (6-3, 270) of Lowell, Mass.; and offensive lineman David Perry Jr. (6-5, 290) of Springfield, Va.

“We are very excited about the young men who are signing with us in this early period of signing,” McDonnell said. “We believe that they will help us continue the standard of excellence on and off the field here at UNH. These student-athletes are very versatile players who will help us in our quest to be the best in FCS football.”