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Wrout, Armstrong will share room at Cornell

Tanner Wrout, headshot.
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Tanner Wrout

For Rio Mesa High senior Tanner Wrout, turning down an Ivy League education would be unequivocally “dumb.”

“If you have a chance to get a high-quality education at a great school, it’s probably a dumb decision not to accept it,” he said.

Wrout isn’t prone to dumb choices, as evidenced by his 4.12 grade point average and standing on the county’s all-academic football team. So when Cornell University in Ithaca, N.Y., offered the chance to play college football at a top-shelf academic institution, the linebacker/running back happily accepted.

Making the decision even smarter is the knowledge he will be among good friends.

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