Status:
Committed
HIGH SCHOOL
LB

Kelin Burrle

Linebacker
6′0″ / 205 lbs
New Orleans, LA
Helen Cox
Class of 2020
Rating: 89
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National Avg
Rating: 89.7
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School Preferences

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Interest
Offer
Recruited by
UTSA
Committed
6/16/2018
Texas A&M
None
Kansas State
None
LSU
None
Tennessee
None
West Virginia
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1 yr ago by Jason Howell
Texas A&M Camp Notes from Thursday
Brauninger may have a few more to add but here's a few of my takeaways from the day- Malik Hornsby was very impressive. He put the ball in some tight windows and he hit his guys in stride. He showed some great accuracy on the deep ball too. It was quite a show. He definitely turned some heads and it was easy to see that Jimbo Fisher was paying close attention. I would say his performance was as impressive as anyone I saw at camp over the last two days. This guy is going to move way up the 2020 list. -West Mesquite 2020 RB Ty Jordan had a very good day in my mind. Physically he stood out among the running backs. He's an all-purpose guy but he has a stout build and a strong lower body. He also caught the ball very well. He made some nice adjustments and showed off those hands. Then after the morning session he clocked 4.48 forty.- RJ Orebo checked in at 230 pounds and he continues to fill out his frame. The crazy thing is he still looks so skinny. I liked what I saw. He worked with the LBs and he was quick with his feet. I look forward to seeing how he progresses over the next few years. He's going to be fun to watch.-Coppell 2019 S Jonathan McGill was out there putting in work at cornerback and he got a lot of personal attention from coach Linguist. McGill is as smart and multi-talented as they come but he gets knocked because of his size. He showed pretty well at corner and could be a guy to watch there. He has been a big playmaker on both sides of the ball and there is no doubt in my mind he will be a steal for someone out there.-New Orleans Helen Cox had an impressive group of kids out there today. 2020 LB Kelin Burrle already holds an offer from the Aggies and he is a hitter. 2019 RB Terrell Brown holds offers from Arkansas, Florida, and Oregon to name a few. Then there is 2020 CB Reekwon Starks who has been offered by TCU, UTSA, UAB, Tulane, and Louisiana Tech. 2019 TE Kalil Lloyd is also drawing quite a bit of attention with LSU taking a long look at the 6-5, 210-pounder.-Galena Park North Shore also had a good group out at camp. 2021 WR Shadrach Banks, who is being recruited by the Aggies as an ATH, spent the afternoon at WR and put together a solid afternoon. On the offensive line 2020 Damieon George put in a good days work. George saw several offers this spring and he had the full attention of coach Turner as he went through drill work.

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