Kearney, Neb., two-star kicker Brett Maher started his senior season off on the right foot. The 6-foot, 170-pounder helped his team to victory last Friday night over Lincoln Northwest. The win helped his team jump out to a 2-0 record, and he's done his part to help.
"I've made a 48-yarder," Maher said. "I'm also playing receiver and defensive back. I also had one touchdown catch."
Maher does have one scholarship offer from Ohio, but it sounds like more schools are starting to show interest in him.
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"Since Sept. 1, I've heard from Iowa, Washington State and Colorado State," Maher said. "I don't really know if they're going to offer. It's just starting to pick up, and I've not got a read on them. I think they're interested. They wouldn't call if they weren't interested."
Maher played his junior season at Utica, Neb., but transferred to Kearney because his father is now the superintendent at Kearney.