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Montell Allen Ruben Peña SDFNL Directors It’s time for SDFNL to welcome in the Class of 2018. The current Class of 2017 gave us some great memories and made some record breaking performances. This year, San Diego teams came home with two state champions ,Cathedral Catholic and Madison Warhawks. With the Dons (14-0) being one of the most dominant teams San Diego prep football has produced. The Madison Warhawks were bumped down to Division I. At the time it was kinda of a slap in their face. They overcame the adversity and dominated through out the California playoffs bringing home their 2nd state title. We witnessed La Jolla Country Day QB Braxton Burmeister break nearly every high school passing record in the county & lead the Torrey's to a state final appearance. A lifetime memories he nor us will ever forget.. SDFNL would thank the Class 2017 for all your hard work. We wish you much success as you enter the next phase in life.


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Sunday March 12th- As the fog settled in at El Camino Community College, 422 of the best high school players from the west coast came to showcase their talent to ex-NFL players, coaches and the Nike selection committee. They were able to witness 1st hand what San Diego County has known for the past 3 years. That one of the top high school QB’S in the nation is in our own back yard, Mission Hills High School Quarterback Jack Tuttle. Jack waited patiently to showcase his abilities to the committee. He did not disappoint. After individual drills of throwing and footwork, he quickly gained the attention on the committee. With every drill the whispers got even louder. continued on page 26

Mission Hills WR/DB Chris Olave came into the Nike LA Opening one day after competing in the CIF basketball playoffs. That in itself shows us the will this young man has to get back on the football field. At the LA Open Chris decided to play wide receiver. One word that best describes Chris’ performance was “Explosive!” Due to a CIF ruling Chris was forced to sit out a year. He showed no rust in the individual testing drills. The 6’2 - 170lbs athlete blew pass corner backs and safeties on deep routes. Chris has the ability to grab the ball at it’s highest point, even in double coverage. At one point Chris made a few circus catches, blowing away the competition. He was nothing less than impressive. Chris Olave and partner quarterback Jack Tuttle can become the deadliest passing combination in the San Diego County this upcoming season. Chris Olave has a chip on his shoulder and all defensive backs should become aware of him. SDPI football analyst Chris Smith believes the combination of Tuttle and Olave could easily have 20+ touchdowns in the upcoming season. SDFNL has no reason to disagree.


The Bishop’s School WR Mozes Mooney is a key player that knows how to perform in the spotlight. The Nike Opening was a great platform for Mozes to showcase his skills. Right out the gate he didn’t disappoint, by stabbing several catches in the one on one drills. Mooney’s style of play is physical, elusive and powerful. He is one of these rare wide receivers that love to make contact. His athletic ability makes him one of the top wide receivers in San Diego. Versus several defensive backs at the LA Open, Mozes made them learn the hard way. He muscled the defenders during the bump and run drills. Mooney is the type of receiver that relishes in physical play and loves catching the ball with defenders trying to blanket him. Mozes is sure to be the Knights leader this year. As they look to repeat, Mozes must set the tone the tone early. He comes from a talented family of athletes and is next up for the national spotlight.

Sunday March 12th- As the fog settled in at El Camino Community College, 422 of the best high school players from the west coast came to showcase their talent to ex-NFL players, coaches and the Nike selection committee. They were able to witness 1st hand what San Diego County has known for the past 3 years. That one of the top high school QB’S in the nation is in our own back yard, Mission Hills High School Quarterback Jack Tuttle. Jack waited patiently to showcase his abilities to the committee. He did not disappoint. After individual drills of throwing and footwork, he quickly gained the attention on the committee. With every drill the whispers got even louder. continued on page 26

Rancho Bernardo High School wide receiver Malcolm is one of the smoothest route runners in Mission Hills WR/DB Chris Olave came into the Nike Ross-Turner LA Southern California. At the Los Angeles Nike Opening Opening one day after competing in the CIF basketball was able to display his ability to confuse defenplayoffs. That in itself shows us the will this young man has Malcolm to sive backs, directing them one way while breaking off the get back on the football field. route to get open. At the LA Open Chris decided to play wide receiver. One word that best describes Chris’ performance was “Explosive!” Due to made sure to showcase his strength, making a CIF ruling Chris was forced to sit out a year. He showed Malcolm no rust in the individual testing drills. The 6’2 - 170lbs athlete several deep ball catches. Malcolm’s ability to find the blew pass corner backs and safeties on deep routes. Chris has ball within a crowd of defenders and come down with it the ability to grab the ball at it’s highest point, even in double is his strength. He made sure he made the most of every coverage. opportunity. Showing he has a tremendous up swing. At one point Chris made a few circus catches, blowing away the competition. He was nothing less than impressive. Chris Malcolm Ross-Turner is indeed gamer. Making big plays Olave and partner quarterback Jack Tuttle can become the when it counts. For the Broncos, Malcolm will need to be deadliest passing combination in the San Diego County this a leader in multiple phases of the game. Look for the upcoming season. Broncos to have a big season with Malcolm Ross-Turner Chris Olave has a chip on his shoulder and all defensive backs will be leading the way. should become aware of him. SDPI football analyst Chris Smith believes the combination of Tuttle and Olave could easily have 20+ touchdowns in the upcoming season. SDFNL has no reason to disagree.


Olympian High school wide receiver Isaiah Williams is a player people really didn’t know to much about. The 6’2 - 185 lbs Isaiah came to the Los Angeles Opening as someone that needed to prove himself on this big stage. Once Isaiah got on the field you could tell he had a certain confidence about himself and skill set. After completing all the drills, Isaiah left no doubt he was a player that belongs on this stage.The one big thing that stood out was Isaiah is surprisingly strong and doesn’t shy from contact. After seeing Isaiah Williams compete at the LA Opening, he is on the verge of being an impact player this season. As long as Isiah stays aggressive to the ball on every play I can’t see anyone stopping him. With Olympian being a team on the rise look for Isiah to be the leader of the pack and having his team fight for a league title. ISAIAH WILLIAMS | WR | OLYMPIAN HS Granite Hills High School David Tyler Gonzales is ready for the 2017 season. The 6’3 220lbs has all the attributes of a great High School Tight End and College H-Back. At the Los Angeles Opening David was able to display his strength by manhandling defensive backs that tried to cover him. When they tried to cover him with a linebacker David was just to fast. David lacks the prototypical height of a D1 Tight End, but with his aggressive demeanor and ball skills he has the ability to dominate defenders. Granite Hills is going to ride the David Tyler Gonzales wave this season. In San Diego county he may be considered the best Tight End. Only time will tell. No matter what you look for, David will have a huge season. DAVID TYLER GONZALEZ | TE/DE/OLB GRANITE HILLS HS

St. Augustine’s J.R. Justice has the rare combination of size, speed and strength. The words used by Coaches at the Nike Los Angeles opening where “Complete Package”. In our opinion, they couldn’t be more right. J.R. Justice showed the competition and skeptics that he can beat defenders on the deep routes (which was a question mark on his skill set that he quickly dispelled), catch the ball in double coverage, as well as go across the middle. The one thing that stood out the most regarding J.R. Justice is showed everyone that he is one of the nations best possession receiver - bar none. Justice has the ability to zip in and out of routes and take full advantage of mismatches in coverage. Justice knows how to dominate smaller corner backs by imposing his physical physique on them. If there is a wide receiver we can compared J.R. Justice style too it would be the great Larry Fitzgerald. J.R. Justice is simply one of the best Wide Receivers in the nation. Receiving over 13+ division 1 offers shows that college coaches see this young mans potential. J.R. Justice skill set is ready for the next level.


Eastlake High School Billy Dunkle was a young man not many people knew about at the Los Angeles Opening. The few that heard him, only knew the young man was big. Well by the end of the day - people where buzzing about the Big Fella. The 6’4 330lbs Offensive Tackle showed off his skills by dominating opponents in the 1 on 1 blocking drills. Billy showed that he has excellent quickness for a big man and a big time mean streak. Billy has the physical measurables of a top notch college prospect. Shortly, after his performance at the opening more and more scouts have added him to there prospect list. One day after the LA opening Billy received his 2nd D1 offer from Fresno St and has visited USC, Arizona and Arizona St. The sky is the limit for this young man. We expect to him help elevate Eastlake High School back in to playoff contention. BILLY DUNKLE | T/G | EASTLAKE HS

Morse High school Martell Irby is one of the California’s most powerful runners. Martell has the athleticism to be shifty when needed and the acceleration to break through would be tacklers. At the Los Angeles Nike Opening Martell showed everyone why he belongs in the conversation as one of Southern California elite running backs. We all know Martell can run, but In the open field drill he was virtually unstoppable against some of the Nations Elite Linebackers. Martell scored on all four carries. During the one on one passing drills, he ran crisp routes, and showcased above average catching ability and open field moves to gain YAC. The Morse Tigers are looking to make some noise this season and Martell Irby is going to be a big reason for there success. Look for Martell to top his 1700+ yards on the ground from last season and possibly lead the county in all purpose yards. MARTELL IRBY | S/RB | MORSE HS

Madison High School RB Kenan Christon, class of 2019, LVDVSHHGVWHU 7REHVR\RXQJKHKDVSOD\HGLQWKHstate &,))LQDOVDQGLVQRZRQHRIWKHIDVWHVW SOD\HUVLQ6DQ'LHJR+LVP VKRZVKHLVDSRWHQWLDOKRPHUXQHYHU\WLPH he touches the ball.Two impressive attributes about Kenan is his maturity & patients. Speed kills. Kenan made sure he showed off his speed by running a 4.51. Kenan was also a shinning star in the one on one drills, consistently leaving defenders in the dust. Kenan is a player hard to stop. He has all the tools to be great. He plays with his heart on his sleeve. Look for Kenan to continue the legacy of great running backs that Madison has produced under Coach Jackson and staff.


Jalen Graham showed up to the Los Angeles Nike Opening Invitation with something to prove. Jalen is 6’2 - 300lbs and has a competitive streak in him that goes. In the one on one’s Jalen showed he was one of the most athletic interior defensive lineman at the camp. Jalen showed various swim techiniques, rips moves and active hands that where very impressive. In the competitive drills, Jalen’s quickness and power caught all the coaches eyes. Jalen showed no doubt that he can compete on a high level and play with some of the best in the country. Jalen’s preparation and off season activities are paying dividends. Look for Jalen to have a dominating senior year for the Eastlake Titans. Several D1 schools have already started to show interest in Jalen. Jalen is a dual sport athlete (Football/Track & Field). This year Eastlake plans on having a big season and Jalen Graham will be leading the way for the Titans. JALEN GRAHAM | NG/DT| EASTLAKE HS


St. Augustine top offensive lineman Mohamed Khalil brings a lot to the table. The 6’4 310lbs player can play any position on the Offensive Line. Mohammed was able to showcase his versatility at the Los Angeles Opening. Mohamed had very good feet and understands angles. In several drills Mohamed defeated his opponent by using his feet and walling the defender. Mohamed plays Center, Guard and Tackle. He is most effective at guard. Mohamed best skill is his feet. He just moves very well for a man his size. Mohamed seems like he is preparing to great season. He is very good at both pass and run blocking. With all the high expectation of St. Augustine a lot is riding on Mohamed shoulders. He is there leader on the offensive line. If Saints can have a dominate offensive line it will be hard to stop them from getting a state invitation for the playoffs.

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Isaac Taylor-Stuart is a 6’2 Corner back that is arguably the best in the country. This St.Augustine High School product is just a special player that is striving to be the best. At the Los Angeles Opening, Isaac Taylor-Stuart testing numbers didn’t really jump off the page. Which may have led to have a few coaches doubt his ability. When it was showtime ( competition drills) no one out shined Mr. TaylorStuart. Isaac dominated some of California best wide receivers. Isaac skills allowed him to completely shutdown his competition rather it was team or individual one on ones. Towards the end of the camp whispers from every major media outlet was on the sideline pointing and saying “that is him - the best corner.” True to fashion Isaac didn’t disappoint. LA Opening staff selected the best to compete. Isaac stepped up and intimidated wide receiver and quarterbacks with his presences. At one point I over heard Isaac saying to a fellow teammate “ I have to bait them cause the QB will not throw my way.” The lack of action Isaac was getting frustrated. There was no doubt an offer to Oregon was coming and it did. Isaac Taylor Stuart will be showcasing his talent on a national TV as one of the top Prospects in the nation.

Ike Hall came to the Los Angeles Open to showcase what he has to offer, Ike turned a lot of heads with his athleticism. The Saints LB has some of the most desirable attributes among any linebacker in the country. Standing at 6’2 - 220lbs Ike can play any LB position on the field. He has the ability to cover Running Backs in the slot and/or backfield and has the size muscle up against Tight Ends on or off the line of scrimmage. Hall is also a threat when he lines up at DE or as a blitzing OLB. Ike’s style of play resembles “Khalil Mack”. He is a LB that can do it all. You can put him in several different positions and he is still effective. Ike has already received several offers interests in his talent. His recruiting momentum is on the verge of skyrocketing. Look for Ike Hall and have a big senior season. If he is able to put up monster numbers Ike Hall could see himself on several high profile universities recruiting board. IKE HALL | LB | ST AUGUSTINE HS

Tyreece Patane is the heart and soul of the Helix Highlanders defense in 2017. Tyreece came to the Los Angeles Nike Opening to show the country that he is one of the best Linebackers in the state of California. The 1st thing that stood out about Tyreece is he has speed to burn. During the open field tackling drill Tyreece took on everyone in his way and made play after play behind the line. When it came to the best on best finals Tyreece made a huge statement when he made the play by stopping the runnning back from scoring. All the Linebackers erupted in a celebration. Tyreece also showed tremendous leadership skills. While running various coverage’s and schemes with some of the best talent in Southern California Tyreece was unfazed by calling plays and made sure players where doing there job. He made sure everyone was accountable for there job. Several Coaches took note of his leadership, simply saying.. “it’s something you can’t teach.”


TYREECE “REE-REE” PATONE | LB | HELIX HS Jeffrey Jackson from Bishop’s is one of the county’s best kept secrets. The Los Angeles Opening was a great experience for Jeffrey. Jeffrey was able to show everyone that he can play on the big stage. Jeffrey started off little shaky at first, but his confidence never sank. Jeffrey threw several dimes to top ranked wide receivers. That was only his arm display, one of Jeffrey’s best assets is the way he can buy time with his feet which leads to big plays on offense. This makes Jeffrey a big time dual threat on the field. Jeffrey is ready to lead the Bishop Knights to back to back league titles. Hopefully Jeffrey can led his team to a back to back state title appearance. Jeffrey is not only a good quarterback, he also is a very good defensive back. Look for this two-way athlete to start receiving offers in the near future.


Oceanside High School Donovan Laie is a man that controls the line of scrimmage. During the Los Angeles Opening Donovan Laie lived up to all the hype. Donovan showed he has better than average feet, has a quick punch and knows how to drive block. Play after play Donovan slayed all Defensive Ends and Defensive Tackles with no problem. During various skills drills Donovan showed advanced agility, dominate strength and cat-like-awareness, and earned recognition as one of the top Offensive Lineman at the Opening. Donovan’s biggest asset was his hands. “He understands placement. He knows how to use his hands and re-direct the defender”, said one of Opening Coaching Staff. Donovan is a gifted Offensive Line that really takes pride in his craft. It is really hard to find a weakness in his game. The University of Colorado definitely to took notice and offered Donovan a scholarship this off season. Look for the recruiting process to start to steam role as the season gets started, we expect him to receive no less that 12-15 D1 scholarship offers.

Davey Folsom is a big man with big talent. The Point Loma Pointer came to the Los Angeles Opening ready to throw his weight around. Davey showed he can compete and play with the best of the best. Folsom showed signs of being a dominating run blocker, although he needs some improvement in the pass block versus the elite speed rushers. Davey has the potential, strength and size to become a elite D1 recruit. Look for Point Loma Pointer to rely heavy on the run game and that is his strength which will be anchored by Davey. Davey will serve on both sides of the ball lining up as a Defensive Tackle to establish a dominating presence on both sides of the ball. Point Loma needs to get off to a great start and Davey will be the pillar as the season shapes up.


El Camino High School running back Chris Brown is no secret to anyone. Chris is one of the best running backs in the country. At the Los Angeles Opening Chris showed off his tremendous athleticism. His combination of strength, speed and ability to change direction are beyond his age. Chris already has the ideal physical build to break tackles and turn on the extra gear to go to the house. Plain and simple Chris is arguably the best running back in the State of California. El Camino is a team to watch. Chris Brown will be counted on to carry the heavy load and lead his team in to the CIF playoffs. with scholarship offers from UCLA, and other PAC 12 schools, Chris will receive more scholarship offers before the NLI in Feb of 2018. He has been compared to Oregon RB, Royce Freeman. Chris is a two way started for El Camino, and HC Ralph will count on Chris to help lead the Wildcats to the 2017 CIF playoffs.



Malachi Russell led the state of California in receiving yards in 2017. He was an explosive WR that produced ESPN top ten highlights week in and week out. He is on pace to break every receiving record for Orange Glen HS. Russell is a spark on the offensive side of the ball. The 5’11 155lb wide receiver has great hands. The Los Angeles Opening was a big step up in competition. Malachi showed his competitiveness and shook free several times. His size vs bump and run was something Malachi will have to work on. He will need to work on his physical play at the line of scrimmage to get open against stiffer competition. Malachi surprisingly ran very tight routes. At Orange Glen, Malachi will be there everything on offense, but for colleges he will be a slot wide receiver. Malachi upswing is just his physical maturity. As his body gets bigger and strong he will develop into a more elite player.

Carlsbad High School Jacob Asa Turner was one of the few underclassmen that was invited to attend the Los Angeles Opening. Turner right off the back, catches your eye with his 6’4 - 190lbs physique. Jacob is a sure-handed big target. With Turner size he is an instant mismatch for most cornerbacks. In the red zone Turner is simply golden for the Lancers. This wide receiver is ready to have a break out season. Look for Asa to be a top prospect for the class of 2019. Asa is expected to put up big numbers. Recruiters will be all over this top talent once the season starts.

JACOB TURNER | LB | CARLSBAD Grossmont High School Josh Moala is a player with tremendous confidence. At the Los Angeles Opening Josh’s Elite score ranked him in the top 8 among defensive backs. Versus the elite competition Josh showed his quickness and his ability to close on the ball and break up passes. In order to be an elite D1 recruit, Josh has to continue to work on opening up his hips and playing man to man. His strength is the way he reacts in zone coverage and makes plays. Josh Moala is a player that makes big plays. He takes risk and breaks on the ball in effort to cause turnovers. Grossmont’s defense was one of the best in the county last season. Moala will need to help lead that G-Unit defense in to equal last years success. If it all goes together look for Grossmont to go deep in the playoffs.


Nick Guerena, a junior safety at Cathedral Catholic is apart of the next era regime for the Dons. With the departure of Jordan Genmark-Heath to Notre Dame Nick has got big shoes to fill in the Dons secondary. Cathedral coach Winston had big praise for the Safety, saying..”People are going to be surprised and how he flys around the field.” At the LA Opening Nick had an opportunity to go against top competition from the western region and he held his own. Nick showed no fear, jumping in and going against top notch talent. The junior safety showed a ton of fight, and no signs of intimidation or fear. The Future is super bright for the Don. Nick needs to continue to keep working and there is no doubt he will become one of the top safeties in the state. Nick is a two sport athlete for the Dons, he also plays baseball at Cathedral Catholic. NICK GUERENA | S | CATHEDRAL CATHOLIC


Jordan Allen, son of former NFL All pro Eric Allen showed that the athleticsim of the Allen legacy continues with him. Jordan’s older brother, also a Don played CB like his father. The younger Allen is a runningback for Cathedral. Jordan is apart of the next era regime from Cathedral Catholic. At runningback Allen will share the backfield with Shawn Poma. Allen is a two way player for the Dons, playing Linebacker. Part of the class of 2020, he was one of the few underclassmen to receive an invite to the Opening. At the LA Opening Jordan was one of the youngest on the field competing. In the beginning Jordan seemed a little intimidated by the talent and overwhelming atmosphere of the Opening, but by the end of the day the young fella realized with hard work he could play with these guys. Jordan is the next generation for the powerhouse Cathedral Catholic. Look for this young man to get bigger, stronger and better. I am sure we will see him back at the Opening in the near future.

Grossmont High School Andrew Lira is a cornerback that stands just under 6 ft and weighs 155lbs. At the Los Angles Opening Andrew Lira showed his explosiveness. His 34 inch vertical was very impressive, one of the highest of the day. Andrew showcased how he has the uncanny ability to break up passes during many drills. Andrew needs to continue to improve on his man to man coverages, but in zone he has the gift to disguise coverages and use bail technique to bait Quarterbacks into unwarranted throws. Grossmont has one of the best CB’s in the east county in Andrew Lira. As long as Lira continues to make big plays, and Grossmont continues it’s winning ways, Lira should start to draw interest from several D1 college recruiters.


Louis Brickett plays MLB and OLB for the Torrey Pines Falcons and he is an offense coordinators worst nightmare. Louis stands 6’3 - 185lbs and looks the part of a defensive end. During the LA Opening Louis showed great promise with exceptional footwork. He is a player that can make plays in the open field and defend passes due to his height. Louis is quick to the ball. With his long stride, it allows Louis to close ground on the offense and make play after play. Louis Brickett will have a great season. Torrey Pines Defense on lost 3 Seniors and now it is Louis to lead the falcons to a back to back successful season. LOUIS BRICKETT | LB | TORREY PINES HS

Diego Preciado is from a small school in Classical Academy but he plays a big game. In the Los Angeles Opening this underclassmen had high expectations. Even though Diego, didn’t in do as well as he had hoped for, he showed he can compete on with this scale of talent. Playing for Classical Academy is hard, because it is difficult to face good competition week in and week out playing their schedule. Diego will continue to get better. If this young man can take back some of the skills he learned and apply them the opposing teams this season better watch out.


Oceanside Mikah Linnan is a hybrid type of linebacker. Mikah is 5’11 - 195lbs so he is a cross between Strong Safety and Outside Backer. During the Los Angeles Opening team drills Mikah had a super advantage. His ability to drop in coverage and wall off vertical threats is rare for linebackers at the high school level. Mikah had tremendous field awareness and is tough to shake in the open field. Mikah Linnan is following the footsteps of great linebacker tradition at Oceanside. His ability to play the run and quickness to cover slot are skills college recruiters are drolling for. Mikah has already receive one D1 offer, we expect that list will grow as Oceanside prepares to have a successful season. MIKAH LINNAN | LB | OCEANSIDE HS

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“The young man from Mission Hills is one of the best we have seen so far throughout the Opening Tour” said one of the coaches. By the time the field skeleton drills happened it was an absolute that QB Jack Tuttle was one of the best, if not the best Quarterback in the camp. With the 2016 season behind him, he has worked hard to improve himself. Tuttle looks sharper and his mechanics where fluent. His arm strength is seems stronger. Jack’s physical statue looks like he has added about 10 pounds of muscle all which benefited him at this event. At one point during the event Nike quarterback expert and former Super Bowl champ Trent Dilfer and former San Diego Charger Head Coach / Offensive Coordinator guru Norv Turner were conversing as Tuttle threaded the needle to a wide receiver on a 25 yard nudge. Trent Dilfer was in mid-sentence with Norv Turner as they both stopped and said “Did you see that throw”. Norv just shook his head and gave Trent a handshake. When a Super Bowl champion and Hall of Fame coach praise your ability, you know you are doing something right. Jack was on fire – completing 9 of the 12 attempts he threw on half skeleton. As he camp came to end, all participants waited patiently for that Golden Ticket invite to “The Open” in Oregon. Several players names where echoed. Then Mission Hills Quarterback Jack Tuttle’s name was called. His peers clapped as Jack walked to the front to receive his invitation. As everyone huddled up and said break all of us journalist with the likes of SDFNL Magazine, Scout.com, 24/7 Scout scrambled to take photos and interview Jack. Jack walked to the SDFNL Magazine reps and said “I have to show the hometown guys some love, came up, took photos and answered all questions we had for him.” As we were chatting it up with Tuttle teammate Chris Olave ran up to him, gave him a hug and said his congrats. At this moment as Chris walks away, the humble Jack Tuttle says “Guys like him and my other teammates are the reason why I’m here”. It’s was not surprising to hear this comment from this young man. Jack Tuttle is a talent on the field no doubt, but his character as a young man is much bigger than his talent. He has committed to the University of Utah. SDFNL knows the staff at Utah loves his play. They are very excited about him becoming a true leader in the Utes program. Speaking with him and seeing his interaction with teammates, shows leadership beyond his years. Stand up and be proud Jack Tuttle. Big things await you in 2017.

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