Caputo's Gut Leads Him to Temple

One day after his official visit to Syracuse, Steve Caputo had a gang of Temple coaches come into his living room and attempt a final sell on the Kennett Square, Pa., native. It turns out that extra effort worked out as the offensive lineman decided to pull the trigger and stay home, becoming the latest member of what is becoming an impressive class for the Owls.
December 10, 2007

Caputo Down to Two

Kennett Square, Pa., native Steve Caputo traveled to Syracuse, N.Y., this weekend for his official visit to Syracuse University and came home very happy with the overall experience on campus. At this point he believes he has his list narrowed to two programs and is trying to get a decision made before Christmas.
December 9, 2007

Steve Caputo Media Gallery

After two straight operations to surgically repair the same knee there is certainly some skepticism with college recruiters concerning Kennett Square, Pa., offensive lineman Steve Caputo, but after seeing him in action on both sides of the ball on Friday night in a first-round playoff game it was obvious that the leap he has made since recovery has been tremendous.
November 10, 2007

Caputo Takes Visit, Picks Up 4th Offer

Steve Caputo and his Unionville High School teammates are off to a great start this season, posting an 8-0 record so far after defeating Great Valley High School 43-0 last weekend. The offensive lineman from Kennett Square, Pa., recently picked up his fourth scholarship offer and took a trip to Happy Valley for game day.
October 23, 2007

Caputo Hoping For More

After dealing with a knee injury that kept him off the field last season, Kennett Square, Pa., product Steve Caputo has now put all of that behind him and is on a mission to prove that he is worthy of being considered amongst the best of his kind on the football field this season. So far so good for Caputo, as he has helped his team to an undefeated record this season.
October 2, 2007

Catching Up With Caputo

Two-star offensive guard Steve Caputo picked up his third scholarship offer from Syracuse earlier this week to go along with the two he had already received from Buffalo and Temple. The three other schools most seriously pursuing the Kennett Square, Pa., native will be waiting for his senior season to see how he performs however.
July 30, 2007