JUCO All-American is looking for a home

The journey of Eastern Arizona OL Nate Hartung (6-3, 400) has been, to say the least, complicated. After being one of the top line prospects in the state of Pennsylvania in 2004, he decided to take his LDS mission. Fast forward nearly seven years and he's trying to find a school that will give him a chance to finish his college football career...
February 23, 2011

Hartung's Y Mountain Experience

Having been recruited by various college programs, Nate "Big Rig" Hartung was torn between his heart and mind. BYU and Utah were his options, but a decision between the two was only reached after his heart and mind became one up on Y Mountain.
August 25, 2008

Recruiting Update: Asiata and Hartung

Two names that followers of Cougar recruiting should be familiar with are Matt Asiata and Nate Hartung. Total Blue Sports recently checked in with both young men to see how the recruiting season shaped up.
May 9, 2005

Nate Hartung - The Massive Mormon

Butler, Pennsylvania's <b>Nate Hartung</b> could very well be one of the most dominating offensive line prospects that I've seen on film this year. There has to be a reason that only four schools have offered Hartung a scholarship and we called Butler head coach Gary Cathell to get the inside scoop.
October 25, 2004

Hartung Following Kansas

Nate Hartung is a big offensive lineman from Pennsylvania currently considering the Kansas Jayhawks.  Hartung checks in at 6'3" tall while tipping the scales at <b>400 lbs.</b>  The state of Pennsylvania talent has been following KU closely this season.
October 11, 2004