Paul Pitts III
Paul  Pitts III


Rancho Cucamonga, Calif.

High School:
Los Osos High

Height / Weight:
6-0 / 195

Wide Receiver



Paul Pitts III Named Arthur Ashe Jr. Sports SotY

FB: Pitts III named Arthur Ashe Jr. Sports SotY


Scholar-Athletes Recognized at Annual Banquet

Scholar-Athletes recognized at annual banquet


Two Aztecs Named Arthur Ashe Jr. Award Semifinalists

Two Aztecs named Arthur Ashe Jr. Award semifinalists


MW All-Academic Team Named for Fall 2015

MW All-Academic Team named for fall 2015


Thirty-Four Aztecs Named MW Scholar-Athletes

Thirty-Four Aztecs named 14-15 MW Scholar-Athletes


SDSU vs. No. 21 North Carolina

USATSI 9/6/2014

A possession receiver with a wide catch radius and good body control ... Missed the 2012 season with an injury ... Is coming off a solid spring campaign ... Is the No. 3 `X' wide receiver on the depth chart heading into the fall.

2014: Played in six games as a junior, recording his first two catches for 23 yards (11.5 avg.) ... Had a 18-yard catch vs. Northern Arizona in the opener ... Also had a 5-yard grab at No. 21/23 North Carolina ... Logged time at Oregon State, vs. UNLV, against San José State and vs. Navy without recording a stat.

2013: Did not play during his sophomore season ... Was recipient of the Famous Idaho Potato Bowl Idaho Sports Medicine Institute Humanitarian Award, which goes to a player who has given the most to himself in service for others and can include work with youth, hospitals, the elderly, leadership programs and family, and any other activities which help others.

2012: Missed the entire season with a knee injury, but was granted a medical redshirt.

2011: Played in the season opener against Cal Poly ... Did not appear in another game the rest of the year.

High School: A three-star recruit by who received a Scouts, Inc. grade of 76 and is listed as the No. 119 wide receiver recruit ... Runs a 10.8 in the 100-meter dash ... Caught 32 passes for 501 yards and four touchdowns in 2010 ... Had five receptions for 193 yards in the season finale against Upland ... Named Los Osos' most valuable player while garnering the team's best wide receiver award ... Served as team captain for one season ... A captain for the Inland Empire All-Star Classic Game ... Made 28 receptions for 633 yards and five touchdowns as a junior, taking home team best wide receiver honors ... Had an 82-yard TD reception against Etiwanda ... Team offensive MVP as a sophomore.

Personal: Born Jan. 7, 1993, in Rancho Cucamonga, Calif. ... Son of Paul, Jr., and Melissa Pitts ... Also considered Arizona State, Fresno State, New Mexico State, Stanford and Southern Utah ... Is majoring in religious studies.

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