One of the top tight ends in the state of Texas has reduced his list to six or seven teams. So who were the lucky ones to make the cut for Cypress (Texas) Springs three-star tight end Amos Gbunblee?
“I know for sure that I’m going to visit Missouri, Pittsburgh, Wisconsin, Georgia Tech and one of the Kansas schools,” Gbunblee, who is 6-foot-4 and 237 pounds, said. “I can’t remember if it’s Kansas or Kansas State. I know that Kansas has been recruiting me for a while and they’re a pretty good team. Kansas State just recently offered me and they’re a really good team.”
Gbunblee also pointed out that he is likely going to take an unofficial visit to Texas A&M, so in a way his list has been reduced those lucky seven teams.
“I just need to figure out if it was Kansas or Kansas State,” he said. “My coach remembers and has it written down.”
Gbunblee continues to show a lot of interest in Pittsburgh, Missouri and Georgia Tech. The Yellow Jackets were the first team to offer the nation’s No. 23 tight end a scholarship. Missouri has also been with him since the beginning and Pittsburgh has an educational program that heavily interests him.
“I know Pittsburgh has a great medical school,” he said. “I know that’s what I’m looking for, but it’s kind of out there far from home.”
Gbunblee and his teammates will face Spring in the first round of the Texas state playoffs on Saturday.