Q&A: In-state tight end George Kittle 

December, 28, 2011
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There is no question Oklahoma has been on the quest to find tight ends. With no returning tight ends on the roster, all options are open.

And for one of those options, tight ends coach Bruce Kittle doesn’t even have to leave his own house. Kittle’s son, George Kittle (Norman, Okla./Norman) is a two-star prospect that has considered being a preferred walk-on for the Sooners.

Kittle, 6-foot-4 and 205 pounds, played receiver in high school and would need to put on some pounds, but he said he could see a future at tight end. He has offers from Navy and Air Force and is receiving interest from Wyoming, Dartmouth and Iowa.
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