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Service Academy Football Commit Update

Air Force picks up a dominating and state champion center in Centennial High School’s Carson Keltner

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Carson Keltner - C, Centennial HS, Peoria, AZ

Described by Arizona Republic’s Richard Obert, as “the catalyst the last three seasons on Centennial’s offense,” Carson Keltner committed to Air Force this week via his twitter account. The 6’1” 288-pound center not only played a significant role in the Coyotes 2017 Arizona State Championship, but he is guiding the running game so far in 2018 which has the defending state champions starting off undefeated at 8-0. MaxPreps has Centennial High School ranked third in the state with no signs of slowing down. The Coyotes currently average over 246 rushing yard per game with Keltner at center. The Falcons are getting a quality offensive lineman in Carson.


Tazman Davis - DB/Athlete, Pautxent HS, Lusby, MD

The Midshipmen snagged an in-state play-maker this week when Pautxent High School DB Tazman Davis committed to Navy. The 5’10” 175-pound safety sparked interest from schools at the FBS and FCS level and ultimately decided to pursue a chance to play in Annapolis. Tazman is found all over the field for the Panthers as he averages over five tackles per-game while also has contributed solid all-purpose yards in the form of rushing, receiving, returning, AND passing. The Naval Academy coaching staff will certainly get the most out of this dynamic athlete.


Tyler Komorowski - DE, Weir HS, Weirton, WV

Tyler Komorowski is a 6’4” 230-pound defensive end that is causing havoc on opposing offensive lines. The senior had multiple FCS offers and walk-on opportunities at the P5 level, but it is the Hudson River that will be Komorowski’s future home. Komorowski is also a successful high school pitcher that generated significant interest in his 2018 all-state pitching campaign. It seems that wherever you put Komorwoski the kid excels, including in the classroom as he maintains a 4.0 GPA. It is probably a safe bet that with his size he wouldn’t be too bad on the basketball or volleyball court either.