List of 2014 Offensive Signees

Here are the rest of today's signees from the offensive side of the ball for the Class of 2014.

Jarred Evans, 6-foot-2, 190-pounds QB from Queens, NY, played ball at Santa Barbara C.C. In 5 games this season he passed for 1,179 yards with 13 TD's and rushed for 266 yards with three TD's.

Coach Tommy Tuberville on Evans: "Jarred is a mature, athletic quarterback who will compete for the starting job as he will provide many different options in a diverse offense."

Hayden Moore, 6-foot-3, 193-pound QB from Clay, AL played his ball at Clay-Chalkville HS. He finished his senior season with a 64-percent completion rating, 1,507 passing yards, 19 TD's, rushed for 201 yards and three TD's.

Coach Darin Hinshaw on Moore: "'January enrollee as a high school graduate, will be ahead of the curve as a true freshman due to his high level of experience and production at the high school level."

Mike Boone, 5-foot-10, 205-pound RB from Baker County HS (Glen Saint Mary, FL). Boone another playmaker in this 2014 recruiting class. He finished his senior year with 2,082 all-purpose yards, 63 receptions, 1,185 receiving yards and 22 total TD's.

Coach Tuberville on Boone: "Boone is a playmaker with the ball in his hands. He does a great job of picking up yardage after the catch and after initial contact. He will have the ability to help our team right away with his versatility on offense and special teams."

Jeff Duncan, OL, Kettering Fairmont HS in Dayton, OH. With Duncan on the line, his offense racked up 1,949 yards passing with 20 TD's and 1,612 rushing yards with 18 TD's.

Director of HS Relations Vince Suriano on Duncan: "Jeff brings high-level intensity to UC after a great high school career. With additional development, Jeff will grow into a contributor for UC in the coming years."

Tyler Hill comes in as a special team long-snapper. He played at St. Joseph's Collegiate Inst. in. Buffalo, NY.

Coach Marc Nudelbergn Hill: "Tyler is a top-ranked long snapper and has proven he can single-handedly improve special teams operation times. He is also a great athlete, playing 5 different positions during his high school career. He will challenge for the starting job on arrival."

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