When all the rankings are filed and all the recruiting stars are aligned, national football signing day inevitably comes down to two vital matters.
How much talent does the kid have?
How much character does the kid have?
Only a few minutes after he had signed his letter of intent to attend UConn in his high school library, Southington's Jay Rose confirmed Wednesday there is no plan to play quarterback in Storrs. He's going to be a hybrid tight end.
Later at Rentschler Field, coach Bob Diaco would explain the various facets of the position he projects for one of the state's most dynamic players in recent years. At UConn, it is called...