DURHAM, N.H. – University of New Hampshire football coach Sean McDonnell announced Friday that Kalil Bailey, a defensive back/wide receiver from Manheim Township High School in Lancaster, Pa., has signed a letter of intent to join the UNH football program next fall. Bailey becomes the 15th student-athlete to formally commit to the Wildcats since Wednesday's National Signing Day.
Bailey looks to make an impact for New Hampshire at defensive back or wide receiver after a standout career at Manheim Township. An accomplished performer on the track as well as on the gridiron, Bailey adds speed and athleticism to the secondary. Bailey has posted impressive numbers of 4.57 seconds in the 40-yard dash and 35.8 inches in the vertical jump. His athleticism and competitive nature led him to being tabbed for the All Lebanon-Lancaster League as a defensive back and All Lebanon-Lancaster League in the 100-meter dash. "Kalil has great speed and extremely gifted feet," McDonnell said. "He has good cover skills and a great nose for the ball."
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