I’ve played quarterback, receiver, tight end, linebacker, even defensive end. I just love to play and especially win...
Westlake Village, CA (PRWEB) March 19, 2011
Division I football coaches are beginning to cast their votes on the Class of 2012 and early returns indicate that Westlake standout Cody Tuttle is at the top of many of their ballots.
The 6’ 3” 215 lbs. receiver with exceptional hands, dominating power and deceptive speed had a breakout season in 2010 as the Warriors captured their second consecutive league championship. Considered the team’s best all-around athlete Tuttle’s numbers were noteworthy, 34 receptions for 484 yards and 3 TDs. However, they were not nearly as impressive as his uncanny ability to make clutch plays, often in spectacular fashion, when his team needed them most. Against powerhouse St. Bonaventure he had a career high 9 catches for 136 yards and 1 TD. And, in the playoffs against the same school, he made what many consider to be the “Catch of the Year,” a phenomenal acrobatic grab to preserve the victory.
While most coaches project Tuttle as a tight end, slot receiver or H-back, some are so impressed with his fearlessness, strength and toughness that they are attempting to convince him to switch to defense and play linebacker. It is unlikely, but for the right school he is willing to consider the possibility.
“I have a passion for football and will play anywhere that will help my team,” said Tuttle. “I’ve played quarterback, receiver, tight end, linebacker, even defensive end. I just love to play and especially win.”
Coaches are calling Tuttle the “total package.” In addition to being an outstanding athlete, the sure-handed receiver is also a superb student. His 3.5 GPA and high standardized scores have already garnered him an Ivy League offer from Harvard University. It is unquestionably the first of many he will receive in the coming months. Whichever school ultimately lands this top prospect will certainly have nabbed one of the nation’s best student–athletes.
For more information on Cody Tuttle: http://www.ctuttle.sasprospects.com.
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