Wide receiver Kristopher Hutson out of St. John Bosco (11-3 record in conference) was beginning to turn the heads of Pac-12 scouts as a sophomore and has racked up six scholarship offers.
Hutson is 5-11, 170 pounds and scheduled to graduate in 2020. He is currently undecided about where he wants to play football, but his top offers as of now are Arizona, Arizona State, USC, Colorado, Oregon, Howard, and San Jose State.
This kid definitely has wheels. He’s fast, he’s shifty, and he’s strong. Hutson and 59 of the California’s top players competed with USC’s coaching staff in a simulation-type practice at the USC Elite Camp on June 10th.
Hutson stood out as one of the top performers at the wideout position. He got behind the defense more than any other player. He did that with his speed and clever route running ability. More notably when Huston and the St. John Bosco team battled rival Mater Dei, Hutson made the No. 2 cornerback in the nation and four-star Elias Ricks look silly. Hutson definitely stuck out in that game, showing that he could catch the deep ball and break free.
It will be interesting to see what Hutson can do in his junior season as he has already impressed many coaches. He is definitely a special, multi-skilled player and we can only hope USC is able to lock him down. In my opinion, looking at his options, coming to USC is no-brainer if he wants to win.