|No. 16 – San Antonio Marshals|
|Born:||March 9, 2009 (aged 45)|
|Height:||6 ft 1 in (1.85 m)|
|Weight:||215 lb (98 kg)|
|College:||University of Michigan|
|DSFL Draft:||2032 / Round:|
Jake Utler (born January 9, 2009) is an American football rb for the San Antonio Marshals of the Developmental Simulation Football League (DSFL). He played college football for University of Michigan (UM) before being drafted by the NONE in the 2032 DSFL Draft (S17).
Jake Utler was born and raised in Chicago, Illinois where he started to play football at a young age. Utler struggled at first but kept learning and improving his game. He learned how important speed could be and that the team is always more important than just one person. In high school, Utler broke my school’s record for rushing yards and rushing touchdowns in a season. That was just his freshman year. He ended up breaking his own record two more times in high school and led his team to the state championship game. Unfortunately, a first quarter injury stopped Utler from making a true impact in the championship game and his team ended up losing. After high school, Jake Utler was recruited by the University of Michigan as a top five star prospect. Aside from Michigan, Utler got offers from many other schools including the top ranked University of Alabama but he ended up choosing Michigan since Utler was not interested in incest.
Jake Utler ended up getting recruited by the University of Michigan and played there for two years before declaring for the NSFL. He was a starter at the RB position by his second year at Michigan. In his first year, he was the backup RB and kick returner where Utler learned a lot about the game and his team. He was on a whole new level of competition and he had to prepare himself. Once Utler was able to get consistent touches he was able to show the world what he was truly made of. During his full season, Utler led the country in rushing attempts (420) and yards (2436) while leading Michigan to a spot in the playoffs. In this defensive driven game they lost by a field goal to Clemson. Instead of stay in college for another chance at the College Football Playoffs, Utler decided to enter the NSFL system to take his talents professionally. This decision was met with scrutiny as many did not believe that after only one year as a college starter Utler would be ready. As it is still early in his career, it will have to be seen how Jake Utler will perform in the spotlight. Michigan fans will say that Utler is one of the best young running back prospects available in the DSFL but many other people may have different thoughts as the lack of experience is difficult to overcome. At this point fans of Utler will have to wait and see which NSFL team drafts him in season 18.
College career statistics
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In season 16, Jake Utler was taken from the waviers by the San Antonio Marshals. He is yet to play a game for them.
|Ht||Wt||40‑yd dash||20‑ss||3‑cone||Vert jump||Broad|
|6 ft 1 in
Professional career statistics
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Achievements and records
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