NYC WR makes his decision

The Class of 2013 in New York City is quietly developing itself into an impressive group. Wide receiver Kyvaune Brammer had been gliding under the radar for a majority of his recruiting process, but had seen interest grow in the last couple of months. Recently he decided to end his process with a commitment.
"Yes I committed to Buffalo verbally," said Brammer, who is 6-foot-2 and 185-pounds. "I felt a real closeness between the coaching staff, players and school as a whole. A closeness that I haven't felt anywhere else thus far."
Brammer did take a few visits during his process, including one to Buffalo.
"I was definitely impressed by the coaching staff during my visit and the initiative they took towards recruiting me," said Brammer.
Aside from Buffalo, Brammer was also receiving steady interest from Boston College, Bowling Green, James Madison, Towson, Yale, Monmouth and Stony Brook. He had also taken visits to Boston College, James Madison and Stony Brook.
As with most recruits, Brammer is excited to have the recruiting process behind him.
"It's a relief to know that I can just focus on developing my craft and helping my team accomplish our goals," said Brammer. "It's truly a blessing."
Brammer finished his junior season with 16 receptions for 365 yards and six touchdowns. He is eager to improve on these numbers this fall.
"I'm working on everything as a whole, but primarily I'm working on improving my top speed and explosiveness," said Brammer. "I believe I can get the job done."