UConn football adds two

John F. Silver

The UConn football team has officially announced two additions to the roster this spring with Dhameer Bradley from Delaware who played at Eastern Christian Academy and New Canaan’s Noel Thomas, a wide receiver from St. Luke’s Prep School.

Here are some info on each of the recruits. The Huskies have long sought to upgrade the wide receiver position and have juniors Shakim Phillips and Geremy Davis slated to come back this season. Add to that the mix redshirt freshmen Ricky Gutierez, John Greene, sophomore Kamal Abrams and junior Deshonn Fox and there is room to make immediate contributions. The Huskies are also expected to add another receiver in the recruiting class to Javan Summers on signing day in February.

Dhameer Bradley: Enrolled at UConn for spring 2013 semester…attended Red Lion Christian Academy (Bear, Del.) for three years and then Eastern Christian Academy (Elkton, Md.) for senior year…had 13 receptions for 156 yards and one TD as team played a limited schedule…also played basketball at Red Lion…honor roll student…born March 3, 1995.

Noel Thomas: Was named to the New England Preparatory School Athletic Council Class C All-New England team…named by MSG Varsity as its Connecticut Player of the Year… was team captain and MVP at St. Luke’s School in New Canaan, Conn.….team was 8-1 in senior year and advanced to Fairfield Athletic Association championship game…also won NEPSAC Class C championship with a victory in the Dan Rorke Bowl…played wide receiver, running back and quarterback in senior year….had 2,000 yards of offense with 25 touchdowns in senior year…for his career, had 4,888 yards of offense with 53 TDs…head coach at St. Luke’s is his father, Noel Thomas, Sr. …born September 18, 1994.