Robert Kugler is one of the best prospects in the Empire State for the Class of 2011 and Syracuse…
Kugler Holds Four Offers
"We're actually driving home from the Syracuse game right now," Kugler said. "It was pretty exciting to go there, go into the locker room after the game and just get to be on the sideline and talk to the coaching staff for a little while."
"Syracuse offered me right when they could in September because they had been talking to me leading up until I was officially a junior," Kugler explained. "I went down for their junior day and it was really cool down there. I got to go to a basketball game which was really exciting and I met with the coaching staff. I love Coach (Bob) Casullo as a position coach and I think Head Coach (Doug) Marrone will get things going there. He's a Syracuse guy and I get a great vibe from the entire staff in that, I think they'll turn things around there and put them the way they should be."
Syracuse is not the only school showing Kugler plenty of interest.
"I have scholarships right now from Florida Atlantic, Colorado State and Akron as well and also hear from Stanford, Duke, Virginia, Connecticut, Washington and Boise State, Iowa, Pittsburgh, Purdue and Oregon."
"A couple of coaches have been to the school to meet me in person which I thought was pretty cool. Pittsburgh was in and then I went to the game when they played Buffalo up here. I know a couple of guys that have played there and they say great things. I also know the campus is really nice, so I'm interested in trying to take a visit this season when I get time."
Kugler is an absolutely excellent student that carries a 98-percent cumulative GPA while taking three AP classes as a junior. He will take his PSAT on October 17th and his SAT and ACT in the spring of 2010.
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