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1. Jakob Herres (WR)​

VMI to Richmond

Richmond is adding some offensive firepower to complement its defense that ranked No. 21 last season with 20.0 points allowed per game. Herres is one of the better receivers in the FCS, earning multiple All-Conference and All-American accolades throughout his VMI career. He had 72 catches for 1,091 yards and eight TDs in 2019, 80 receptions for 978 yards and eight TDs in the spring (eight games), and 47 catches for 500 yards and five TDs last season (eight games).

Herres is reuniting with former VMI quarterback Reece Udinski, who transferred to Maryland for the 2021 fall season. Udinski was a three-year starter at VMI from 2018 to the spring season, setting multiple school passing records. Udinski and Herres will arguably be the best QB-WR duo in the CAA.
 
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Nothing that the injury to Mancuso had a negative impact on our offense last year isn't an excuse. It's a fact.

"Next man up" sounds good but it's a stupid statement. No team in the country plays as well on an extended basis with a backup as they do with their starter. That's why one is the starter and one is the backup.
 

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5. Jakob Herres, Richmond (transfer from VMI)


Richmond is adding some offensive firepower to complement its strong defense. Herres is a matchup nightmare at 6-foot-4 and 225 pounds, and he earned several All-SoCon and All-American honors at VMI. He had 72 catches for 1,091 yards and eight TDs in 2019, 80 receptions for 978 yards and eight TDs in the spring (eight games), and 47 catches for 500 yards and five TDs last season (eight games). Herres is reuniting with former VMI quarterback Reece Udinski, who transferred to Maryland for the 2021 fall season and is now at Richmond. Udinski was a three-year starter at VMI from 2018 to the spring season, setting multiple school passing records.
 
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