Navy Signing Day Recap: OL and Kickers

The 2013 Navy football signing class is full of players who can help Navy continue its service academy dominance. In this segment discusses the newly signed offensive linemen and kickers.

At offensive line Patrick Hoffman from Lasalle high school Pennsylvania is following in his father's footsteps who played offensive guard for Navy. Hoffman (6-4, 265) is quick off the mark and can play either guard or tackle. Hoffman chose Navy over Ivy League offers.

Maurice Morris is a 6-3, 320 pound road grading center from LaPorte, Texas. Morris chose Navy over offers from Colorado State, Texas State, Grambling and McNeese State.

Keyfer Roberts played on both side of the line for Trinity Christian in Texas. Roberts (6-2, 280) is a mobile guard who earned All-District honors and can is also able to long snap.

Offensive tackle Robert Lindsey is a 6-4, 265 pound lineman from Florida. Lindsey chose Navy over an offer from FIU.

Dexter McGriff is a commit from Oklahoma. The offensive guard plays with leverage and can move his feet.

Alabama offensive lineman Harrison Louden (6-5, 286) committed to the Mids over South Alabama. Louden was a three-year starter who earned All-State honors last season.

Pat Cassley (6-1, 200) handled both the kicking and punting duties for Crespi Carmelite high school in California.

Kyle O'Connor (5-9, 160) was an All-conference kicker at New Bern high school in North Carolina. Kyle won the UC Challenge field goal competition in Jan of 2012.

Andrew Mitchell is a 6-5, 220 kicker and punter who was his team's starting quarterback at Niceville high school in Florida. He chose Navy over offers from Jacksonville State and UCF. Top Stories