The stock is rising for offensive lineman Jeff Zuttah from Princeton (N.J.) The Hun School. The 6-foot-4, 295-pounder is now on the radar of many big time schools and he already has nine offers in his pocket with others coming very soon. Jeff has put on more than 30 pounds in the last year and he keeps getting stronger every day. His maximum bench press is now close to 400 pounds and his squat is creeping up to 600 pounds.
Jeff is obviously extremely strong and very aggressive. He played his senior year of football at Edison (N.J.) J.P. Stevens, but decided to prep a year in order to get bigger, stronger, faster and to mature. His choice to do so is paying off as college recruiters are knocking down his door. He already has the frame of a Division-One lineman and by the time the summer ends, Jeff will be one of the most heavily recruited players in the state of New Jersey.
Rutgers, Maryland, Boston College, Iowa, Michigan State, Temple, Virginia, Kansas State and West Virginia have all offered with others getting ready to pull the trigger.
"I like all the schools that have offered so far. For now I like BC, Maryland, Michigan State and Rutgers the best. I will start to narrow things down after May and I think I will make my decision before the new season starts."