UConn Signs Natick QB Scott McCummings

helmet1According to Desmond Connor of the Hartford Courant, UConn received an oral comittment from Scott McCummings, a quarterback from Natick High School (Natick, Mass).

As a Natick football alum, this news brings great excitement.  Although I haven’t seen McCummings play in person, I can assure the Husky faithful that he is well coached.  Natick Head Coach Tom Lamb (whom I recently interviewed for Connecticut Sports Law here and here), is not only a member of the Massachusetts Football Hall of Fame and the prestigious 200-win club, but he has had some notable success coaching quarterbacks.  Some of Lamb’s notable quartebacks include Doug Flutie and his nephew Billy Flutie, presently playing for Boston College; and well as Lamb’s son Joel, who played for Harvard.

Check out this video of McCummings in action, especially the plays at 1:40 and 2:00 (nice deep throws); and 3:05 (great run, stiff-arm).

Comments

  1. Great arm!! Looking forward to seeing him play at UCONN.

  2. when will we see this red man?

Trackbacks

  1. […] Jacquet of the The MetroWest Daily News features Natick quarterback Scott McCummings, who has committed to UConn.  According to Jacquet, UConn envisions using McCummings as a quarterback: Several other schools […]

  2. […] Jacquet of the The MetroWest Daily News features Natick quarterback Scott McCummings, who has committed to UConn.  According to Jacquet, UConn envisions using McCummings as a quarterback: Several other schools […]

  3. […] Football Players Commit to UConn, Southern Connecticut Congratulations to Scott McCummings and Kevin Duffy, who signed letters of intent to attend and play football at UConn and Southern […]

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