NEI’s Top ranked offensive lineman fore the class of 2013, Brayden Kearsley (6-5 300 Jr. OL) of Aloha, hauled in offer number seven yesterday from none other then Norm Chow and Hawaii. The Rainbows made their intentions known even with his commitment to BYU, and additional high profile offers.
Kearsley is a kid who has made it known that he wants to keep all his options open, even though he has nothing but praise for BYU. We are big fans of Brayden at NEI, as he is a class kid and a football die hard which you can’t teach.
When referencing the Hawaii offer Brayden says, ” I definitely want to take an official visit there, it’s an honor to be recognized by a legendary coach like Norm Chow”. He is now sitting on offers from (BYU, Washington, UCLA, Oregon St, Arizona St, Utah, and Hawaii). Its a quality group of schools, but you can tell that Kearsley wants to over see all options before making a decision.
Taylor Barton and Norm Chow have remained in contact, and we are hearing from other schools in the SEC and all over the Midwest about Brayden. It will be an exciting spring and summer for the big man as some of the top schools in the country have been inquiring about his services.
(Kearsley 6-5 300, With The Nation’s Top RB Thomas Tyner)