Georgetown announced a 14 man recruiting class as part of National Signing Day.

The Hoyas signed just one consensus ranked recruit in the field, OL Jack Mills, a two-star Rivals selection who chose Georgetown over offers from Massachusetts, Monmouth, and Rhode Island. Georgetown often falls short in head to head recruiting given its non-scholarship stance versus other Patriot League schools-for example, three of Fordham's recruits had reported offers from Georgetown but turned them down.

Of the 14, five were offensive linemen, three defensive backs, two defensive ends, two linebackers, one wide receiver, and one kicker, whose 5-8, 140 lb. build is among the smallest of his generation. recruits were signed from eight states and the District of Columbia.

Georgetown has a second signing period in the spring to sign at least two more players from total of the 16 seniors that graduated, plus any underclassmen who do not return to the team.

The list:

Name Pos Height Weight Hometown/HS Schools Considered
Richard Abood PK 5-8 140 Naples, FL / Community None listed
Kwame Achampong DE 6-5 230 Chicago, IL / St. Patrick None listed
Stephen Brooks DE 6-4 230 Norwood, MA/ Dexter Southfield Air Force, Army, Columbia, Cornell, Fordham
Cartez Campbell DB 6-2 200 Knoxville, TN / Hardin Valley Morehead St., Navy
David Ealey III LB 5-11 200 Miami, FL / Palmetto Southern Miss
Noah Jones WR 6-2 210 Chicago, IL / Loyola / Deerfield (CT) Air Force, Albany, Ball St. Brown, C. Michigan
Will Kessler LB 6-2 205 Westfield, NJ / Westfield None listed
Andrew Messineo OL 6-2 250 Ridgewood, NJ / Ridgewood Boston College
Jack Mills OL 6-4 270 Medfield, MA / Dexter Southfield Fordham, Massachusetts, Monmouth, URI
Preston Murray DB 6-1 180 Damascus, MD / Damascus None listed
Max Norton OL 6-4 310 Washington, DC / Maret None listed
Richie Pinomi OL 6-2 295 Hawthorne, CA / Narbonne / Peddie (NJ) Hawaii
Luke Popma OL 6-3 275 West Linn, OR / West Linn Air Force, Dartmouth, Idaho, Princeton, Yale
Shane Stewart DB 5-11 185 Sparta, NJ / St. Joseph Regional Marist, Morehead St., Valparaiso

The recently announced 2020 schedule for Harvard will open September 19, hosting Georgetown.

The Crimson and Hoyas played four times between 2014 and 2017, with Harvard winning all four by an average of 32 points.

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