Local team making early play for Stuht

 

CWUAA team courting versatile Storm standout 

St. Albert Storm standout Jesse Stuht has garnered a reputation as a “go-to” prospect.

Jesse Stuht

Positions:
Quarterback, Slotback, Wide Receiver, Linebacker, Defensive Back (Cornerback/Safety)

Height/Weight:
5’11, 160 lbs

Teams:
St. Albert Storm (midget: CDMFA)
St. Albert Fury (bantam: CDMFA)

Commitment:
None

Official Visits:
None

Considerations:
Alberta, Open

Class:
2018

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Jesse started his career with three years of atom with the St. Albert Buccaneers.

Then, the multi-position player spent two years at the peewee level with the St. Albert Riders.  He moved on to play three years of bantam in the Capital District Minor Football Association (CDMFA) with the St. Albert Fury.

More recently, Jesee has played one season of midget with the CDMFA’s St. Albert Storm.

Moreover, he was captain for Zone 5 in the 2014 Summer Games and for Team North in the 2015 Bantam Bowl.

In the past, he has won the St. Albert Fury Jarvis Benoit Leadership Award in 2013 and the MVP Award in 2014.

“Going through an undefeated season as the go to guy that was looked to as the leader and playmaker, and being close with [my] coaches in a personal way,” says Jesse of his highlight of last season.

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To improve for the future, the American born standout plans to train as usual by continuing to work hard and soak up the experiences that come along with it, whether good or bad.

The Storm standout’s summer gridiron plans consists of attending high school camps, doing strength and conditioning training at the University of Alberta.

Thus far, the recruitment process has brought him recognition with various coaches throughout his opportunities with All-Star teams.

The Storm standout has no plans for post-secondary visits as of now and has no plans set in stone regarding future schooling.

“Other than attending University of Alberta camps and having them express strong interest, I have had no other consideration nor have I looked into other universities with seriousness,” explains the Storm standout.

His biggest influences are his father, brother and various coaches he has had strong connections with in both football and basketball.

 

 

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