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The Wildcats signed a full class of 8 scholarship players, with a few more preferred walk-ons expected to be announced in the coming days.
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The Wildcats' recruiting class isn't closed for 2013, with Wyomissing High School running back Justin Causa committing as a walk-on.
A big part of this year's recruiting class will be the preferred walk-on players who don't have scholarships. Last year, Kevin Gulyas came to the program as a walk-on and played a role on an 8-win playoff squad.
Coach Talley talks about being selective with just 8 scholarship's available and the thought process behind this year's football recruiting class.
So the Wildcats signed a bunch of football players to national letters of intent, but what does that mean for the program? How did they do? Should fans be jubilant or depressed?
The BC High product may see immediate playing time as Villanova looks to replace Norman White.
The Bishop Gorman product earned a reputation as a defensive playmaker in his senior season.
The defensive back from University School in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida will help rebuild a secondary that loses some key players.
The standout DE from Brooklyn Tech will be groomed to contribute on Villanova's defensive line.
New Rochelle's star will likely play in the secondary for the Wildcats.
The Florida CB brings speed and aggression to the Villanova secondary.
The Maryland native has versatility to play on both sides of the ball, but will likely line up on the defensive line at Villanova.
The Pennsylvania offensive lineman should fit in nicely with Villanova's run-heavy attack.
Stay tuned here for the latest on the next wave of Villanova Wildcats football players!