June 12, 2006

Kuhn wins Ultimate 100 Camp MVP

Combines are a huge opportunity for juniors to make a name for themselves before their senior season. Now in the last two years, the Underclassmen Combine has allowed both freshmen and sophomores to get an early advantage on a lot of other players by allowing them to gain valuable combine experience. Sophomore Mike Kuhn of Immaculata accomplished just that, and did it so successfully that he was named the MVP of the recent Underclassmen Combine Ultimate 100 Camp.

Kuhn, 5-foot-11 and 176-pounds, played on both sides of the ball in 2005, as he finished the season with 34 tackles, 12 tackles for a loss, 2 interceptions, and 1 return for a touchdown on defense, while adding 116 yards rushing and 1 touchdown on 15 carries on offense.

Even though Kuhn is just now finishing his sophomore year in high school, he definitely isn't a secret to college programs.

Kuhn has received questionnaires from schools in the Big East, ACC, SEC and Big 12.

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