Recruiting: Tuttle Kicker Can Expect Offers

We saw Bobby Stonebreaker last week when we televised the Tuttle Tigers 21-6 win over Newcastle. Stonebreaker was perfect on extra points in the game to go to 21 of 21 on the season. He is also 3-of-4 on field goals with a long make of 47 yards. But it was his kickoffs that blew me away. Every kickoff was long, high and deep with the shortest landing eight yards deep in the end zone.

Oklahoma high school rules call for an automatic touchback when the ball is kicked into the end zone but even without that rule none of these kickoffs were returnable.

Stonebreaker is 6-1, 174 pounds and runs a 5.0 in the forty. He has been at Tuttle for three seasons since moving from Mustang. He wants to play Division I college football but the senior said he has yet to hear from any schools.

"I want to play, and if I don't get a scholarship then I will find a place to walk on," said Stonebreaker. "I moved to Tuttle from Mustang and I had played soccer since I was 3 years old until I moved to Tuttle. They didn't have a team so I started kicking for the football team."

Stonebreaker says he is a good student. He also has a split allegiance.

"Yes, my heroes are Adam Venitieri of the Colts and Dan Bailey at OSU," said Stonebreaker, who also admits that he has grown up an OU fan. "I don't know Dan Bailey but I know of him and he is from Mustang too. I also kicked some with Scott Blanton. This summer I kicked without a tee working with him. Right now I use a one-inch tee on field goals and PATs. I don't have to have one and I have kicked plenty without it."

There is no doubt, and I mean no doubt that Stonebreaker is a Division I-caliber kicker.

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