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In a move that's making waves across the football community, 6'4.5", 185-pound wide receiver John Pudliner has announced his transfer to St. Thomas Aquinas in Fort Lauderdale, FL. Known for his exceptional skills on the field, Pudliner's journey into football is as unique as his talent.

"My journey with football began in 7th grade when I tried out football for the first time with my school team," Pudliner reflects. "At first, I thought playing football would just be for fun and I wouldn't continue to play it after middle school instead I would just play basketball. Then I started to love the sport and I wanted to play it all the time."

However, Pudliner's love for football didn't stop there. Collaborating with coaches like Buron Bell, Malcolm Bell, and Taurus Bursey has been instrumental in enhancing his skills. "They really have helped develop me and helped me with my WR game," he notes. Pudliner's versatility extends beyond football, as he also excels in baseball and basketball, showcasing his athleticism across multiple arenas.

Despite residing in a small town in Missouri, Pudliner's recruiting process hasn't been without challenges. "My recruiting process hasn't gone so well due to me living in a small town in Missouri which can make it harder to get college attention especially as a freshman," he explains. However, with zero offers currently on the table, Pudliner remains focused on his goals.

The decision to transfer to St. Thomas Aquinas wasn't taken lightly. "Me, my mom, and my brother decided to transfer schools because we think that going to St Thomas Aquinas can help me accomplish my goals in academics and in sports," Pudliner reveals. Beyond football, his interests lie in deepening his faith and connection with Jesus, underscoring the importance of spirituality in his life.

As Pudliner prepares for this new chapter, his dedication to both his craft and his faith sets him apart. With a promising future ahead, his journey serves as an inspiration to aspiring athletes everywhere, proving that with passion, perseverance, and faith, anything is possible.

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