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Tuitt rapidly emerging as a college star

Already recognized among defensive elite

Posted: Sunday, October 21, 2012 12:00 am

When Stephon Tuitt arrived at Monroe Area, the football program was in the early stages of a 20-game losing skid. By the time he left in 2010, the Hurricanes had enjoyed their best season in school history.

 Now, Walton County’s first-ever five-star recruit is making similar magic at the University of Notre Dame.

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  • Pope posted at 11:36 am on Thu, Oct 25, 2012.

    Pope Posts: 33

    Jumpinjoe, just stop reading the free website if you don't like it. Your right about Tuiit not being able to come out this year, but actually the NCAA says that you can leave college three years after your high school class graduates . Not 3 years of college. So technically, you're wrong too. Simple mistake, everyone does it.

  • jumpinjoe posted at 10:11 am on Mon, Oct 22, 2012.

    jumpinjoe Posts: 24

    Sorry David, you're wrong again as usual, if he plays in the NFL, it will be 2 years from now, he's only a sophmore and has another year of college before he can leave early after his junior year.NCAA states that can player can leave school after 3 years of college.

  • Purple posted at 8:33 am on Sun, Oct 21, 2012.

    Purple Posts: 44

    He'll always be a Hurricane to us. Stephon Monroe is proud of you.