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After a stellar career where he rushed for 4875 yards for Lehighton Area, Robbie Frey will take his talents north to Storrs, Conn., to help the Huskies in the backfield. We spent time talking with Frey about his official visit and reasons why he ended up at Connecticut.

Robbie Frey, a 6-foot, 190-pound running back from Lehighton, Pa., committed to Connecticut in August after also receiving offers from Akron and Fordham. Frey spent his senior season leading the Indians to the district playoffs with his 2000 yards and 27 touchdowns effort and will be another Pennsylvania product setting foot on campus in June. "The campus really reminded me of home because it's...

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