Texas kicker adds offers, remains committed

Regardless of his November commitment, Fort Worth (Texas) North Crowley kicker Adi Kunalic just keeps racking up scholarship offers.
The 6-foot, 175-pounder committed to Nebraska several weeks ago, but has since added offers from Kansas and Miami. Regardless, North Crowley coach Dusty Burnett says that his kicker is holding strong with his commitment.
"You know, Miami was the school I think that he was really waiting to offer actually," Burnett said. "But when he took his trip to Nebraska, he was really pumped up. He told me today though to tell everybody that Miami offered, but I'm still solid to Nebraska."
The one wildcard in the situation was that last year Miami signed North Crowley four-star prospect Jason Fox. However, it doesn't appear that Kunalic is wavering on his commitment at this time.
"He was really excited about the offer, but he's still a Husker," Burnett said.
Kunalic is the fifth kicker in just the state of Texas alone to pick up Division I-A scholarship offers. The others include Baylor commits Shea Brewster and Derek Epperson along with Anson Kelton and Jonathan LaCour.