Princeton football draws a dozen on 'signing day'

Since Ivy League colleges do not award athletic scholarships, recruits for Princeton's football team are not asked to sign the NCAA's letter of intent. But even without the paperwork, several Princeton-bound players announced their intentions on "signing day," Feb. 4. The early indicators show a geographically diverse recruiting class for coach Roger Hughes' squad: The first 12 incoming Tigers hail from 10 different states.

Stuart Ahlum, quarterback, Myers Park H.S., N.C. [Charlotte Observer]

Andrew Bierschenk, kicker, Oaks Christian H.S., Calif. [Ventura County Star]

Ross Cadman, wide receiver/safety, Abington Heights H.S., Pa. [Scranton Times-Tribune]

Joe Cloud, punter, Dunlap H.S., Ill. [WMBD/WYZZ-TV]

Zach Glatter, tight end, Centreville H.S., Va. [Fairfax County Times]

Hanur Kim, offensive lineman, Plano H.S., Texas [Plano Star]

Greg Kohles, defensive back, St. Peter's Prep, N.J. [Jersey Journal]

Matt Landry, defensive end, Pittsford Sutherland H.S., N.Y. [R-News, Rochester]

Peter Perdue, running back, Cheyenne Mountain H.S., Colo. [KKTV]

Caraun Reid, defensive tackle, Mount Saint Michael H.S., N.Y. [Daily News]

Andrew Starks, safety, Plainfield North H.S., Ill. [Herald News]

Jason Tiemeier, offensive tackle, Dublin Scioto H.S., Ohio [Columbus Local News]