1. Bernie Cueto

    Bernie Cueto

    Height: 5" 7' | Weight: 160lbs

    Class of 2021 | FL

    Kicker Rating:

      Offers: Monmouth College, Rose-Hulman Institute

    Committed: Washington University

    Kohl's Comments

    Cueto recently competed at the 2020 Future Stars Invitational. He was able to chart 3 points in the field goal portion but he impressed with his kickoff ability. Increasing his confidence in his field goals to match his current kickoff ability will be key for his continued development. Cueto competed at the 2019 Kohl's Winter Showcase Camp in Atlanta, GA. He did some good things during the drill work phase of camp and had some impressive hits. Cueto can work on gaining more strength to compete with athletes ranked ahead of him.


    • GPA: 4.56
    • ACT: 34

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