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Football Visits Covenant Prep In Hartford

Josh Marriner talks to the Covenant students.
April 16, 2015

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HARTFORD, Conn. - Members of the UConn football team visited the Covenant Preparatory School in Hartford on Wednesday morning.

The Husky players spoke to students and staff about their experiences as student-athletes and answered questions pertaining to athletics, being a successful student and the importance of community involvement.

Among the players representing the Husky football family were junior quarterback Tim Boyle (Middlefield, Conn.), junior wide receiver Dhameer Bradley (New Castle, Del.), redshirt senior Junior Lee (Brooklyn, N.Y.), redshirt sophomore running back Josh Marriner (Chesapeake, Va.) and junior wide receiver Noel Thomas (Norwalk, Conn.).

UConn assistant coach David Corley, who is also the team's Director of Player Engagement, was in attendance and helped organize the event.

The Covenant Preparatory Schools is an independent, interfaith, tuition-free middle school for boys from sixth to eighth grade that come from under-served families in the Hartford area.

For more information the school, please CLICK HERE.