One of the most promising players in Syracuse's 2007 recruiting class is Yonkers (N.Y.) running back Doug Hogue, whose commitment to the Orange last fall was considered a major pickup. Syracusefan.com recently caught up with Hogue's high school coach for an update, and he was armed with some pretty impressive comparisons being made about Hogue.
January 26, 2007
Over the past week or so there has been a lot of speculation on the status of Doug Hogue's commitment to Syracuse. Scout.com had the opportunity to catch up with Doug and Coach Tom Drago, who has been helping to guide him through the recruiting process, for their latest thoughts on the situation.
September 25, 2006
A lanky eighth-grader with string bean arms trotted out of the huddle and lined up five yards behind the quarterback. He wasn't afraid of running into a defense of varsity first-teamers, mainly because he didn't expect any of them would get even a finger on him.
August 15, 2006
Syracuse scored their biggest win in an already successful recruiting year when top running back prospect Doug Hogue chose the Orange over offers from Penn State, Pittsburgh and Maryland. The Yonkers native rushed for almost 1,500 yards as a junior and had become one of the most sought-after recruits in the northeast.
August 10, 2006
University of Pittsburgh Head Football Coach Dave Wannstedt would like to establish a physical and punishing running game. One of the top running backs on the Panthers' radar happens to be a punishing running back from Yonkers, NY. The PantherDigest.com recently spoke with this blue-chip prospect about his visit to Pittsburgh. Read on for details.
July 12, 2006