12 - Brook Hart
Brook Hart
Height: 6-5
Weight: 210
Year: Sr.
Hometown: State College, PA
High School: State College
Position: QB

2010: Led the Blue to victory over Fordham (14-29, 227 yards, 1 TD) in only start... Action in two games... Yale's Woody Knapp Memorial Trophy (Cheerful disposition, leadership qualities, and unselfish devotion to others).

2009: Started four games and played in six overall... Completed 71 of 118 passes for 750 yards and four TDs... Connected with WR Chris Smith on 73-yard TD pass against Dartmouth, the longest Yale play from scrimmage of the year... Passer rating of 116.27.

2008: Played in eight games at QB... Started last five games... Established a school season record with a 62.1 (87 for 140) completion percentage... Led squad with 919 yards and seven touchdowns... Had two interceptions... Breakout performance (22 for 32) vs. Brown with 292 yards, including a 78-yard touchdown pass... Was 14 for 18 with 176 yards and 3 TDs vs. Georgetown.

2007 Played on JV team.

At State College Area High School: Three-sport star who was all-league in each... Established school records for season TDs (29) and yards (2,129)... Football all-state and first-team All-Mid-Penn Conference... Harrisburg Patriot News Platinum 33 selection for Pennsylvania and Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Top 50... Team MVP... Selected for East-West All-Star Game... National Football Foundation Scholarship... Karen Bruno Ganter Award for dedication... Team won district and lost in 2006 state semifinals... First-team all-league basketball pick who was selected for Altoona Mirror All-Star Game... First-team All-Mountain Athletic Conference... First-team Central Penn League... Complete-game victory on the mound in District VI championship.

Personal: Brook R. Hart is the son of Tom and Cindy Hart and the brother of former Yale DE Brady Hart '09... Had spot on Yale baseball 2010 starting rotation as LHP... Pitched against (2-0 loss) infamous Danny Almonte (Bronx) in a nationally televised 2001 Little League Mid-Atlantic Championship Game... Trumbull College resident.