California WR offered, Fla. DL late add to 2012 class

Record-setting California wide receiver Drew Wolitarsky’s first Division I scholarship offer has come from Army, the Santa Clarita Valley Signal reports.

Wolitarsky caught 75 passes for 1,628 yards and 19 touchdowns as a junior at Canyon High School, where he owns school records in receiving yards (3,869) and touchdowns (39), according to the Signal.

The 6-foot-1, 180-pound receiver, a three-star recruit by Rivals, is  677 yards from breaking former Giant and current Rams wide receiver Steve Smith’s state career record.

Army’s recruiting for the 2012 class continues.

Malcolm Hudson, a 5-foot-11, 235-pound defensive end from Hernando High in Brookville, Fla., committed to West Point last week, according to

Hudson, an all-area first-team pick by The Tampa Bay Times, had 55 tackles, three sacks and forced three fumbles as a senior.


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