Cypress (Texas) Springs tight end Amos Gbunblee continues to be one of the hottest targets in the Houston area and while he doesn’t have any official visits set up, he’s got his eye on three schools that he’s going to visit for sure.
“I’m going to visit Missouri and Pittsburgh for sure first,” Gbunblee, a three-star 6-foot-4, 237-pound tight end, said. “And I’m also going to visit Texas A&M. I don’t have dates exactly set up yet, but those are guys I want to go visit for sure. I don’t really know about the other two yet.”
Gbunblee said he and teammate Wayne Singleton were at Texas A&M this past weekend for an unofficial visit. He said he came away impressed with College Station and the Aggies, despite the setback to Oklahoma State.
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“I know they're really young and they're going to be good in a few years. I talked for a long time with coach (Mark) Tommerdahl and to coach Jim Bob (Helduser),” Gbunblee said.
“They were really nice and answered a lot of the questions I had. They even talked to me a little bit about playing on defense. I’ve never really played on defense, but my high school coach talked to me about it here last week in case they need me to make a big play as we get ready for the playoffs.”
And getting ready, Cy Springs is.
Despite a 4-4 record, Gbunblee and his teammates are leading the district after a 14-7 victory last Friday night over Cy Falls. They play Tomball this weekend and if they win, they are expected to make it into the playoffs.