No tight end in the state of Texas has seen his stock soar as much as Cypress (Texas) Springs star Amos Gbunblee and the 6-foot-4, 237-pounder is adding even more offers.
“Kansas State just offered me,” Gbunblee, ranked as the No. 96 player in the state of Texas by Rivals.com, said. “That’s both teams from Kansas that have offered me. I’m going to think about Kansas State quite a bit. I know they’re pretty good team, but I want to know more about the school.”
You see Gbunblee wants to major in pre-med, so that’s why Missouri and Pittsburgh are two teams he wants to take official visits to for sure.
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“Pittsburgh coaches talk to me all the time about their pre-med program and how good their academics are,” Gbunblee said. “The same is true with Missouri, but they also were one of the first teams to offer me a scholarship and they’ve been with me since the beginning.”
But Gbunblee will be the first to admit that he doesn’t have a clue where he’s leaning or thinking right now.
“I’m very wide open,” he said. “I can see myself at a number of places. I’ve gotten so many offers that it gets confusing.”
Gbunblee has offers that he can remember from Colorado, Minnesota, Missouri, North Carolina, Pittsburgh, Texas A&M, Wisconsin, Kansas, Kansas State and several other programs.
On the field, Cy Springs is 2-0 in district play and 3-2 overall. They play Magnolia this weekend and then have a huge match-up in two weeks with Jersey Village.
“We’re already hyped up for that game,” Gbunblee said.