Matthew Waldron Chooses Penn State

U.S. Army All-American Bowl Placekicker <b>Matthew Waldron</b> of Oakfield-Alabama High School in Oakfield, N.Y., has finally made his school choice. He will attend Penn State as a preferred walk-on. GoBlueWolverine Magazine spoke Friday with Waldron about his decision. <br>
February 18, 2005

Placekicker Matthew Waldron, Preferred Walk-on?

While punter Zoltan Mesko is a name familiar to Michigan fans, another member of the recent U.S. Army All-American Bowl Game East special teams squad first gained attention when he told GoBlueWolverine Magazine that he would come to Michgian as a preferred walk-on if he didn't receive a scholarship offer from another school. <br><br> GBW recently caught up with <b>Matthew Waldron</b> of Oakfield, N.Y., Oakfield-Alabama High School to get an update. Does he have a scholarship? <br>
January 29, 2005

Army Game: U-M Recruits Play Well, Talk Recruiting

<b>Marques Slocum</b>, <b>James McKinney</b>, <b>Zoltan Mesko</b> and <b>Matthew Waldron</b>: the final word on their performance in the U.S. Army Game;<br><br> and the final words from them on their play, and their recruitment.<br><br> (Note: see photos of the three on Don Hoekwater's "Photos from the U.S. Army All-American Bowl")<br>
January 16, 2005

East Practice Report: Slocum, McKinney and Mesko

GoBlueWolverine Magazine's "Day Two" scouting reports and/or interviews with: <b>Zoltan Mesko</b>, <b>James McKinney</b>, <b>Marques Slocum</b> (did he beat out the No. 1 offensive tackle??), <b>Nyan Boateng</b> and place kicker <b>Matthew Waldron</b>. Find out who others say will be <b>Blue</b>! <br>
January 11, 2005

Monday Practice Photos

A look at the first day of practice for the East and West U.S. Army All-American Bowl teams in San Antonio.
January 10, 2005