"I will be fighting for the starting job, and hopefully, I'll be seeing the field." – Dylan Klumph
The Skinny on California signee Dylan Klumph: With the graduation of big-legged James Langford, and the inexperience of Noah Beito and Matt Anderson, Klumph is coming in with the potential to take over on kickoffs, and he’s also coming in to be an understudy to Cole Leininger as a punter. He averaged over 40 yards per punt in his only year at Huntington Beach (Calif.) Golden West College, and at 6-foot-3, 230 pounds, he’s got a lot of power in those gams. He has four years to play three, and there’s certainly the potential for him to redshirt, but that’s not what he’s planning on.
Klumph will not be signing a National Letter of Intent, but will be signing a scholarship agreement.
It’s also worth mentioning that he’s good friends with fellow Encino (Calif.) Crespi grads Chris Harper (leaving for the NFL) and linebacker Ray Davison.
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