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Sleeper LB torn over decision

Fort Lauderdale (Fla.) St. Thomas Aquinas inside linebacker Beau Brudzinski has flown under the radar through much of the recruiting process, but has recently been coming out of his shell. He is having a difficult time making up his mind and his decision could extend past next Wednesday.
"I took an official visit to Eastern Michigan on January 7 and one to Florida International on January 14," Brudzinski said. "This weekend I am going to be taking an official visit to Utah State and I will probably take one next weekend to Central Florida. I will probably not sign on signing day unless something changes."
The 6-foot-1, 192-pound Brudzinski runs the 40-yard dash in 4.75 seconds, has a 4.16 second shuttle and a 28-inch vertical jump.
"Utah State is coming here to visit with me tomorrow," Brudzinski said. "It's pretty much down to Utah State, Central Florida and Florida International. I just didn't like Eastern Michigan too much, it just wasn't the place for me. I will visit Central Florida and then decide, all of the coaches at these schools know that I am going to wait until after signing day."
He posted 78 tackles, one interception, four recovered fumbles and five field goal/point after blocks as a senior. He earned All-County for the Sentinel and Herald, made the North-South Broward game and the Dade-Broward game
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