Texas LB Narrows List To Five

Pearland HS LB Kendall Ehrlich (Pearland, TX) was offered by Boise State way back in February and the coaching staff has made him one of their top LB targets for the 2012 recruiting class. The talented LB recently narrowed his list to five, but did Boise State make the cut? He spoke to BroncoCountry.com about his top five schools and more.

Pearland HS LB Kendall Ehrlich (Pearland, TX) was offered by Boise State way back in February and the coaching staff has made him one of their top LB targets for the 2012 recruiting class. The talented LB recently narrowed his list to five, but did Boise State make the cut?

"I've got a top five now," he said. "Baylor, Arizona, Boise State, Illinois, and Purdue are my top five," he added.

"I'd say I want a good balance between academics and winning," he stated. "I think any college education is good for the most part, but I definitely want to win football games."

"I spoke to Coach Choate and Coach Gregory like a couple weeks ago," said Ehrlich. "They were just kind of checking in and seeing how things are going."

Ehrlich says he might take all five of his official visits before committing, but there's also the possibility of him pulling the trigger before the end of August as well. Right now, he's just not sure.

"I haven't scheduled any visits yet," said Ehrlich. "I have a solid top five right now and I'm not sure about a timetable for committing. I think it would be great to do it before my senior season, but I could also see myself waiting and taking my official visits."

"I'm looking for a little bit of everything," he said. "I want a good mixture of football, academics, facilities, and a good coaching staff."

The standout LB describes the Boise State football program as "super good."

"They're super good," he said. "They win big every year and I like that a lot. Their coaches are also really cool."

The Pearland Oilers will begin defense of their State Championship in just a little over a month and Ehrlich (6'2, 212, 4.5) says the team is working harder than ever.

"We're working harder than we ever have," he said. "We're getting ready to defend our championship. I think we can go 16-0 again, but we have to work together as a team. Last year was fun, but it's a whole new season now."

As a junior, Ehrlich had 160 tackles, 5 sacks, and 3 forced fumbles.

BroncoCountry.com will continue to have updates on Kendall Ehrlich.




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