Army Recruiting Crop 2014: Secondary

National Signing Day has come and gone. At this point Army has about 60 "signees". ArmySports.com will now review all the known future Black Knights. In this segment we introduce the defensive secondary.

Casey Dionne (6-1, 180) is a safety commit from Madison Southern high school in Kentucky. Last year he had 117 tackles, an interception, five pass breakups and four fumble recoveries. Dionne will play at the United States Military Academy Prep School this fall.

Jalen Hemphill (6-0, 184) and Kadeem Hemphill (6-0, 180) are twin brothers who played at Hales Franciscan high school in Chicago. Both earned all Catholic league honors as defensive backs. Jalen was used at safety and running back. As a senior he posted 62 tackles, three sacks and picked off two passes. Kadeem Hemphill was a cornerback and punt returner. Last fall he made 21 tackles and had two interceptions. Kadeem was a dangerous punt returner who returned a punt for a touchdown last season.

DaQuan Joy (6-2, 180) is a tall, fast cornerback from Brookville high school in Georgia. Joy has good speed and was the fastest member of the Brookwood track team as a senior. His personal best in the 100 meters was 10.91. He chose the Black Knights over an offer from Miami of Ohio.

Max Reagan (6-3, 180) is a safety from Vandegrift high school in Texas. Reagan was a teammate of wide receiver recruit Luke Peterman. He earned All-District honors.

Michael Reynolds (6-0, 175) was a two way player at Northview high school in Alabama. Reynolds played both cornerback and wide receiver. He's expected to play at the prep school this fall.

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