The Georgia State football coaching staff has put an emphasis on offering top level skill position athletes for the 2012 recruiting cycle and their latest stays with this plan. Wide receiver Andrej Suttles of East Paulding HS is the latest to receive a scholarship offer from the Panthers coaching staff.
The 5'10, 180lbs wide receiver was utilized in a multitude of ways by the Raider coaching staff as a Junior coming out of the backfield, as an X WR, on reverses and with slip screens. While he has not run lightning quick 40 yard dash times on the camp circuit (times in the 4.59-4.64 range), Suttles shows very good acceleration, agility and posted a 33 inch vertical leap at the Georgia VTO Elite 100 combine last weekend.
Suttles has very good hands and catches everything thrown in his direction. His film shows very good change of direction and body control. Andrej currently holds offers from Furman and an academic package from the Air Force Academy.