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As a Recruit
Dani Dennis-Sutton missed his junior season because of the COVID-19 pandemic. During his sophomore season, Dennis-Sutton played a key role in helping McDonogh finish as the runner-up in the Maryland A Conference with an 11-1 record. Dennis-Sutton missed part of his senior season with a dislocated elbow injury. His parents are Dennis Sutton and Tishon Dennis. His mother attended school at Morgan State. Dennis-Sutton lists photography and video games as his hobbies. He also likes reading sports books. His favorite book is “Friday Night Lights.”
Reminds Us Of
Dani Dennis-Sutton is a little more developed than Preston Smith coming out of Stephenson (Ga.) Stone Mountain in the 2011 cycle. We still ultimately see Dennis-Sutton becoming a similar style player to Smith as a big, powerful defensive end with plus athleticism. Dennis-Sutton is around 6-foot-5, 250 pounds and has the room to continue adding mass once he’s in Penn State’s strength program. Smith was around 6-foot-5, 271 pounds at the NFL Combine after four years at Mississippi State.