The 20011 football season has ended for San Jose State, which means building for the future begins in earnest. The Spartans staff will be hosting a plethora of top targets over the next two weekends, including a pair of local players.
Linebacker prospects Brad Kuh and Joseph Gigantino of Bellarmine High School have set their official vists.
"We are set up for next Saturday the 10th," Kuh told Inside Sparta.
SJSU was the first offer for both players, but others are starting to make their play for the talents athletes.
"Two weeks ago I got an offer from Sacramento State," Kuh said. "And Joe just got one from Cal Poly."
Bellarmine finished the regular season 9-1 and have advanced to the finals pf the CIF Central Coast Section Open Division Playoffs. They face Palo Alto on Saturday.
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