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DCT 2018 Recap- Day 4

The 2018 DreamChasers Tour continued Sunday with strong camp showings at Boston College and the University of Connecticut.

Boston College invited several DreamChasers to stay behind after the camp and visit more, including German TE/DE Alexander Ehrensberg, Swedish linebacker Emil Hovde, Belgian defensive end Sylvain Yondjouen, and Dutch wide out/LB Ryan ten Hulscher.  Dutch wide out/defensive back Demierro Promes showcased his versatility by working out as a punter as well as his positionals.

Meanwhile, Swedish defensive back Måns Åberg, German linebacker Fabian Weltz, Swedish center Max Lövblad, and German-based, American athlete TyShawn Stanley chose to compete at the UConn camp.  The reports from the camp reveal that they did not fail to impress so do not be surprised if UConn et al follow this up!  Last year’s DreamChaser Zavier Scott is now enrolled at UConn as a redshirt freshman running back.

After both camps were over everyone met up at UConn to tour the Huskies’ first-rate facilities.  A later tour of Temple University was cancelled at the last minute.

Unfortunately some bad news hit the PPI family on Sunday as well. German running back Leander Carstensen injured his knee on Friday at Rutgers and is unlikely to compete for the remainder of the Tour.  The injury does not appear to be very serious and Leander says it is only slightly painful.  He will see a doctor once he’s back in Germany and hopefully will be well on the mend by then.  On Sunday at Boston College, German tight end/defensive end Mark Petry also had bad luck when he pulled his hamstring during his first timed forty-yard dash.

With only school visits scheduled and no camps for the next two days, all the DreamChasers will have time to recuperate leading up to the highly anticipated Kennesaw State mega camp in Georgia on June 6.

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DCT 2018 Recap- Day 4

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The 2018 DreamChasers Tour continued Sunday with strong camp showings at Boston College and the University of Connecticut.

Boston College invited several DreamChasers to stay behind after the camp and visit more, including German TE/DE Alexander Ehrensberg, Swedish linebacker Emil Hovde, Belgian defensive end Sylvain Yondjouen, and Dutch wide out/LB Ryan ten Hulscher.  Dutch wide out/defensive back Demierro Promes showcased his versatility by working out as a punter as well as his positionals.

Meanwhile, Swedish defensive back Måns Åberg, German linebacker Fabian Weltz, Swedish center Max Lövblad, and German-based, American athlete TyShawn Stanley chose to compete at the UConn camp.  The reports from the camp reveal that they did not fail to impress so do not be surprised if UConn et al follow this up!  Last year’s DreamChaser Zavier Scott is now enrolled at UConn as a redshirt freshman running back.

After both camps were over everyone met up at UConn to tour the Huskies’ first-rate facilities.  A later tour of Temple University was cancelled at the last minute.

Unfortunately some bad news hit the PPI family on Sunday as well. German running back Leander Carstensen injured his knee on Friday at Rutgers and is unlikely to compete for the remainder of the Tour.  The injury does not appear to be very serious and Leander says it is only slightly painful.  He will see a doctor once he’s back in Germany and hopefully will be well on the mend by then.  On Sunday at Boston College, German tight end/defensive end Mark Petry also had bad luck when he pulled his hamstring during his first timed forty-yard dash.

With only school visits scheduled and no camps for the next two days, all the DreamChasers will have time to recuperate leading up to the highly anticipated Kennesaw State mega camp in Georgia on June 6.

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DCT 2018 Recap- Day 4

The 2018 DreamChasers Tour continued Sunday with strong camp showings at Boston College and the University of Connecticut.

Boston College invited several DreamChasers to stay behind after the camp and visit more, including German TE/DE Alexander Ehrensberg, Swedish linebacker Emil Hovde, Belgian defensive end Sylvain Yondjouen, and Dutch wide out/LB Ryan ten Hulscher.  Dutch wide out/defensive back Demierro Promes showcased his versatility by working out as a punter as well as his positionals.

Meanwhile, Swedish defensive back Måns Åberg, German linebacker Fabian Weltz, Swedish center Max Lövblad, and German-based, American athlete TyShawn Stanley chose to compete at the UConn camp.  The reports from the camp reveal that they did not fail to impress so do not be surprised if UConn et al follow this up!  Last year’s DreamChaser Zavier Scott is now enrolled at UConn as a redshirt freshman running back.

After both camps were over everyone met up at UConn to tour the Huskies’ first-rate facilities.  A later tour of Temple University was cancelled at the last minute.

Unfortunately some bad news hit the PPI family on Sunday as well. German running back Leander Carstensen injured his knee on Friday at Rutgers and is unlikely to compete for the remainder of the Tour.  The injury does not appear to be very serious and Leander says it is only slightly painful.  He will see a doctor once he’s back in Germany and hopefully will be well on the mend by then.  On Sunday at Boston College, German tight end/defensive end Mark Petry also had bad luck when he pulled his hamstring during his first timed forty-yard dash.

With only school visits scheduled and no camps for the next two days, all the DreamChasers will have time to recuperate leading up to the highly anticipated Kennesaw State mega camp in Georgia on June 6.

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