What I Learned Watching: Christian Tutt

WASHINGTON - Dean Legge takes a look at Thomson DB Christian Tutt.

A young, but physically talented defensive back from Thomson, Christian Tutt is not yet well known in recruiting circles. On his high school team he’s overshadowed by his brother, who is the team’s star quarterback.

But give Tutt some time to grow into his 5-11, 171 frame. He moves well in the open field and did a pretty good job of running up to confront ball carriers. Washington-Wilkes is one of Thomson’s rivals, so there was a fair amount of passion in the air during the game. Still, the Tigers didn’t bother to test Tutt in the passing game much at all.

Tutt also played some offense, but Thomson rolled so many players in and out in their Wing-T offense that he only got so many chances to play offense. Honestly, it is difficult to really evaluate a defensive back in a game where he is rarely challenged. But in terms of what he looks - Tutt certainly looks the part.

And on a night where Tutt didn’t play a ton of offense and was hardly challenged on defense all we can say is that he looks the part as runs well. Other than that the future will tell just how good he can be.

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