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'05 PA OL/DL Adam Pritts




Butler (PA)
Offensive tackle- he also plays some on the Dline and prefers it to Oline

Height: 6-foot-6
Weight: 250 pounds
40-yard dash: 5.07 seconds
GPA: 3.36
Stats: five sacks and 23 solo tackles with 11 for loss as a junior.

Schools in the Running: Pittsburgh, Boston College, Iowa, Ohio State, Penn State, Syracuse, Tennessee, Wisconsin- tOSU and PSU are the early favorites
He has already made an unofficial visit to tOSU and was very impressed.


Excellent frame that will let him easily add weight. Wants to get to 280 before his senior season starts, while also lowering his 5.0 40 time to 4.8. Highly ranked heavyweight wrestler, amassing a 31-4 record. Projects as either a LT or a DT, but prefers defense. Plays on same offensive line that features other Division 1 prospects, Nate Hartung (6-3 400) and John Wachter (6-6 260).

Wrestling Rankings

275 -- 1. Zach Herbert, North Allegheny (30-3); 2. Adam Pritts, Butler (25-2); 3. Greg Conti, Pine-Richland (29-5); 3. 4. Adam McKnight, Chartiers Valley (28-5); 5. Matt Shine, Upper St. Clair (26-6).
At 6'6", 250, Pritts (like Kirk Barton, Kyle Mitchum, and Jim Cordle) seems to have the frame Tressel likes in an OL - tall, thin, athletic, with room to grow and "fill out" through proper weight training.

Also, his 3.4 GPA will get some notice at OSU.
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Is there any information on Adam and if he is still an option for the OSU offensive line of the future? I sure do like the looks of how OSU is building depth at Ohio State. Its much needed. Maybe this fine athlete would be a valuable option?
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He only has offers from Toledo and Towson. If he was much of a prospect you'd think he'd have offers from Pitt and Penn State. With guys like Taz and Doering still out there, not to mention Ohio kids like Brewster, Cirroni, Hennis and Glaser, who don't have offers, I wouldn't look for Pritts to get one.
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StoRMinBrutus said:
I know OSU is still waiting on Taz and Doering I just didn't know if this kid had any potential. Thanks for the info.

Having never seen the kid I can't tell you for sure what kind of player he is. To be honest, when reading about a prospect I've never seen I take more from his offer list than I do his star rating. If this kid was a really good prospect you have to believe home state schools like Pitt and Penn State would be all over him or at least he'd have better offers than Towson and Toledo. Now of course there are exceptions to that rule like Darius Walker, who wasn't offered by Georgia or Georgia Tech.

HH says there is only 1 spot left for an offensive lineman in this class. With the guys we got last year and the ones on the way this year the staff can be very selective.
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