ASA Defensive End Featured on JCGridiron
Brooklyn, NY----ASA College defensive end, Aaron Rush, was recently featured on JCGridiron.com, a popular junior college football site powered by Rivals. The article gives updates on Hush's recruiting and recent offers from four-year schools. He will be entering his first season for the Avengers this fall. Below is the article in it's entirety courtesy of JCGridiron.com.
ASA Defensive End Has Early Offers
March 30, 2012
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One of the top strongside defensive end prospects in 2012 will be at ASA College in New York, and the redshirt freshman already has a number of major programs ringing the phone off the hook. The mammoth bounce back from Temple says he has four early offers with more looking.
ASA defensive end Aaron Hush spent two season at Temple, where he redshirted in 2010 and took a medical redshirt this past season. Now at ASA, he says a number of schools have extended offers during the spring.
"I have gotten a few offers in the last couple of weeks," Hush said. "UConn, North Carolina State, Penn State and Pittsburgh have all offered. I spoke to my coach last Tuesday and they all saw my highlight tape and liked it."
Hush is 6-foot-4, 280 pounds and runs the 40-yard dash in the 4.85 range. He says most of the schools want him as a defensive end.
"They all want me for defensive end except, Virginia Tech, who wants me to play tackle," Hush said.
Hush graduated from Piscataway High School (NJ) in 2009 and played at Fork Union Academy his first year out of high school. He says he is ready to transfer after the football season with three years remaining eligibility and would like to play close to home, if possible.
"I would like to end up on the east side," Hush said. "If Rutgers offers me, that is where I live right now. I do like Arizona though."
Hush has received recent interest from Arizona, who says they will be out to see him soon.
"I spoke to Arizona and they are talking about coming to see my spring game," Hush said.
Hush says he is working on speed during the off-season.
We have a good conditioning program here," Hush said. "Spring ball starts in a couple of weeks. I am working on my speed and some different moves."
Hush vowed to keep in contact with JCGridiron.com throughout his recruitment.