Brenham DB Now Has 4 Offers

Brenham DB Now Has 4 Offers

IRS had previously reported that this East Texas athlete and UTSA prospect had just picked up two new offers in Texas State and Tulsa. That brings his offer count to four (CU and Rice). UTSA has yet to extend, but that could change soon.

Courtland Sutton stands 6'3" 200lbs and has clocked anywhere from the 4.6 to 4.7 range when being timed in the 40. At the beginning of the season for Brenham HS, he lined up as a flex tight end who could also split out wide. A few games in, coaches needed him more on defense and he became entrenched as the starting free safety.

Some programs are recruiting him as an athlete not knowing yet on which side they like him.

"For a position it would depend on how I could fit in. It's a coin toss between free safety and wide receiver. Honestly, if I had to choose, it would be wide receiver. I feel like a natural born wide-out who can just go up and get the ball," said Sutton.

Minnesota, Houston and UTSA are additional schools that have been in recent contact and showing light to strong interest.

"I talked to UTSA the week before last. I talked to Coach Eliano and Jeffery. I didn't get to make it for the junior day, but I've been hearing good things about the campus. It's an up and coming program. They're going to be big pretty soon."

Sutton has been invited to the Spring game and will try his best to make the 2 and 1/2 hour road trip.

For now, Sutton will continue to hit the weights and add more size. He also wouldn't mind shaving his 40 time down.

Courtland continues an impressive list of recruits who are seriously considering UTSA and could possibly end up in the Alamo City for Sunday's spring game. An offer would be the cherry on top.

"It would make me feel very ecstatic. I like the town of San Antonio. I like the feel. It's not too far away from home. I like the coaches and UTSA sounds like a wonderful place."

Sutton earned 1st Team All District at the safety position and will look to have an even better season for the Cubs later this fall. Recommended Stories

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