Buford DB Ryan Dillard switches from Air Force to Yale

Buford DB Ryan Dillard

Buford DB Ryan Dillard

Ryan Dillard, one of the state’s top defensive backs, has changed his mind and will play college football at Yale over Air Force. He’s a 5-10, ,185-pounder from Buford High School.

“Ryan made his decision after meeting [with the Yale coaches] on his official visit last weekend,” his father, Oscar Dillard said. “Ryan really enjoyed seeing the facilities, meeting some of the players on the team and meeting some of the recruits that were considering Yale. Lastly, getting a world class education and degree from one of the top five universities in  the country was a great incentive to attend Yale University.”

Dillard, who has a 3.9 GPA, played on three state championship teams at Buford.

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2 comments Add your comment

bitter kool aid

January 29th, 2012
10:16 pm

check this out———————-FIRST—————–HAHAHAH—-2 DAYS LATTER

–Scared of ————-FLYING———GOOD LUCK WITH THE SKULL AND BONES CLUB

SWATS SAWGA

January 29th, 2012
10:27 pm

It’s funny…. If Dillard had 2.5 and 18 on ACT he would be a target for every school in the nation. But player from SWATS are use to it… these school want player they can control mentally. It’s very hard to do that with a player from the SWATS( CASHCADE).