Jeremy Zuttah

Untitled Document

Jeremy Zuttah (OL, 6'4"-280lbs) from J.P. Stevens High School in Edison, NJ is one of the best offensive line prospects in the Northeast. At 6'4"-280lbs, he possesses good speed, quickness, and has the potential of adding another 30 pounds. On the collegiate level, he would probably project as a guard.

Zuttah's abilities have not been overlooked, he has approximately 25 scholarship offers.

Who are his favorites?

Zuttah has not homed his favorites list to a top 5. However, he has a list of 9 schools that he lists as favorites for his services. They are:

Ohio State
- Perennial winning program
- Runs the ball a lot
- Puts a lot of people in the NFL

Virginia Tech
- Winning Program
- Runs the ball a lot
- Likes his recruiting Coach, Kevin Rogers

- Likes the Head Coach Walt Harris
- Up and coming program
- Have two big-time recruits that he would be blocking for, if he attends the school.

- Winning Program
- finished in the top of the Big 10 the past two years
- Tradition of Linemen

- Last few years they have been a top program
- Close to home

- Winning program
- A lot of improvements to the facilities

- Really close to home
- Seems to be turning things around
- His good friend, Anthony Miller has committed to the program

- Tradition of Linemen
- Likes the Boston Area

Michigan State
- Likes what they have done this year

When will he schedule visits?

He is intending on getting down his list of favorites from nine to five schools and schedule his visits in the next four weeks. Although he stated that all of his top 9 schools are equal, he did state that there is a good probability of Ohio State, Virginia Tech, and Iowa obtaining visits.

When will he make a commitment?

He stated that he will take all five of his visits before making a decision. One of the biggest influences on his decision will be his brother Jeff, who is currently in enrolled at Michigan.


Last season Jeremy's brother Jeff was one of the most recruited linemen in the nation. Although he is currently at Michigan, he will be transferring to Stanford.

Donald "Big Dog" Forbes:
Mike and the Big Dog LLC

Scarlet Report Top Stories