Cypress (Texas) Springs three-star tight end Amos Gbunblee took his third official visit to TCU this weekend and after talking about going out of state all along, suddenly the thought about staying in state is a viable option even more now.
“I liked everything about it,” Gbunblee, who is 6-foot-4 and 237 pounds, said about TCU. “I got to look around quite a bit, and they have what I want for academics. I like the coaches, and TCU has a really good program where I can fit in at.
“TCU is going to be there in the end when I make my decision.”
Gbunblee said he’s scheduled now to visit A&M this weekend, followed by a newcomer to his list Iowa on January 23. He’s already visited Georgia Tech and Wisconsin.
“I don’t know if I have a leader anymore,” Gbunblee said after listing Georgia Tech as his leader for the past few weeks. “I’m kind of getting tired of the recruiting process and all the calls from coaches. I just need some time to think things over.”
Gbunblee is going to get in-home visits from both Iowa and Wisconsin on Monday.