HARTFORD, Copn. -
Members of the University of Connecticut football team visited the patients at the Connecticut Children's Medical Center in Hartford on Thursday morning.
The players signed autographs, gave out posters and spent time with children and their families who are receiving care at the hospital.
Connecticut Children's Medical Center is dedicated to improving the physical and emotional health of children through family-centered care, research, education and advocacy. It serves as the primary teaching hospital for the University of Connecticut School of Medicine Department of Pediatrics.
The Husky players who went to spread good cheer were junior QB Tim Boyle (Middlefield, Conn.), junior wide receiver Dhameer Bradley (New Castle, Del.), freshman QB Tyler Davis (North Bellmore, Pa.), redshirt senior DL Julian Campenni (West Pittston, Pa.), sophomore LB Luke Carrezola (Langhorne, Pa.), sophomore CB Brice McAllister (East Longmeadow, Mass.), redshirt freshman OL Daniel Oak (Fort Myers, Fla.), redshirt junior K Bobby Puyol (North Palm Beach, Fla.), redshirt sophomore LB Cameron Stapleton (Staten Island, N.Y.) and redshirt junior P Justin Wain (Wilmington, N.C.).