New Hope-Solebury S/RB Julian Kaminoff issues verbal declaration to Buffalo
Julian Kaminoff committed to play for the University of Buffalo. The 5-foot-11, 180-pound playmaker had schools like Connecticut, Fordham, Pittsburgh, Rutgers and Temple interested in him.
“He will be playing free safety at Buffalo,” said Head Coach Jim Ditulio. “That is his position. He can cover a lot of ground and he can come up and really lay the wood on players.”
He has played under Ditulio for the last three years. “I can’t tell you how much he has meant to the program,” said Ditulio. “He has a tremendous skill set. I hope I have another player come through the system in the next ten years like him. He has everything, good hands and great vision.”
“His senior season Kaminoff played hurt,” said Ditulio. He never made an excuse and fought through injuries this year.”
His senior year he had 52 solo tackles and one interception. He had 16 catches for 297 yards and three touchdowns. He rushed for 515 yards on 80 carries and nine touchdowns. He was limited on offense due to injuries.
As a junior he rushed for 662 yards on 92 carries and 10 touchdowns. He caught 16 passes for 292 yards three scores. He also threw a touchdown pass. On special teams he had three punt returns and one kickoff return for a touchdown.
On defense he had 74 tackles.
He won’t be playing Lacrosse this spring and he is going to focus on football.
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