One of the top offensive linemen on the east coast might be making his decision very soon.
“I’m going to visit Boston College on Sunday, June 23rd,” said Princeton (N.J.) The Hun School offensive guard Jeff Zuttah. “Not for camp, but to look around and see the city and campus. I really like the coaches at BC and the program. I visited Boston when I was really young, but I don’t remember it. There’s a chance I could commit if I like it.”
In addition to the BC offer, Zuttah has offers from more than 15 other schools or, as he puts it, “everyone who has seen me this spring.” Although he’s graduating from J.P. Stevens this week, he’s taking a fifth year at The Hun School to increase his exposure to college recruiters. However, he’s already received more exposure than he ever thought possible before even suiting up for The Hun School.
“I have offers from Iowa, Maryland, Michigan State, Rutgers, Kansas State, Temple, Virginia, West Virginia and a few others as well as from Boston College,” said the 6-foot-4, 276-pounder. “Penn State is going to offer when I go to meet coach Paterno this month.”
Zuttah would prefer to commit to the same school as his good friend and teammate, safety Dan Sica who will be a senior at J.P. Stevens this fall.
“We’re really good friends and we’d like to play together,” he said. “If BC were to offer him at camp, then I’d definitely commit to them.”