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Updated 2020 recruiting class

About as a complete list of Army's 2020 recruiting class as possible for the time being. The Black Knights added a handful of commits after Signing Day including 6-foot-4, 305-pound defensive tackle Mason Nelson out of Howell, Mich. 2020 Army commits (94)SB Aaron...

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Signing Day 2020

Lusher Charter (La.) running back Miles Stewart and Clearwater Catholic (Fla,) linebacker Harrison Thomas reaffirmed their commitments to the Black Knights on Signing Day Wednesday. Stewart and Thomas had decommitted from Army in December. Pinnacle (Ariz.) defensive...

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Signing Day Eve 2020

Remember the name Issac Hurtado. As Signing Day closes in, the Black Knights landed the Cypress (Calif.) running back as part of Army's late West Coast push. Hurtado, Orange County's leading rusher in 2019, gained 2,631 yards and scored 37 touchdowns on the ground....

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Testimonials

Sal Interdonato is a distinguished sportswriter with years of experience covering the extensive intercollegiate sports program at the United States Military Academy at West Point.

Sal is recognized by his readers and fellow sportswriters as a reporter who gets to the heart of a story.  He brings to life the human side of intercollegiate athletics. With an approach that is more than just about reporting scores and statistics, Sal introduces us to Army West Point athletes as young people who are not only accomplished sports figures – they are also the future leaders of America’s Army.

If you want the inside story of Army West Point sports, I strongly recommend reading Sal Interdonato’s reporting!

Guy C. Swan III

West Point Class of 1976, Lieutenant General, U.S. Army, Retired

Sal has done a wonderful job through the years covering Army Football. He is my “go to” guy for information and insight into Army Football. I look forward to his continued success and comprehensive coverage of the Army Football Team.

Joe Albano

USMA 1971

Over the years, in bad times and good times, Sal has been the consistent, reliable source of inside information on Army Football.  I trust him to give us the straight scoop and cover the important aspects that others might miss.  His reporting is excellent and he remains dedicated to Army Football.  The Brotherhood depends on Sal for that connection.

Pat Mente

Class of 1968, Varsity Offensive Backfield Coach 1973-77