P/PK Kyle Belcher
Deerfield High School
Georgia native Kyle Belcher has had several college coaches come by recently indicating that their respective schools may be close offering the star punter a scholarship.
In an interview with Maryland Belcher, Kyle's mother, on Tuesday, she suggested that the recruiting process has heated up a bit as of late.
"Coaches from Georgia have been by the house, and coaches from Georgia Tech, Wofford, and Charleston Southern have been by too. We are also waiting to hear from Clemson to see if they'll have the numbers to offer him a scholarship."
Kyle has already been offered by Wofford, and has been told that he will be able to walk-on at Georgia.
"Coach Hines gave us a call during the Georgia-Georgia Tech game a while back and said that he would calling again soon to tell us whether or not they'd have the numbers to offer Kyle a scholarship," added Mrs. Belcher.
Kyle himself, had an excellent senior year, "I made 10-of-18 field goals this past year with a long of 57-yards," said Belcher in an earlier interview with CUTigers.com. "I also averaged about 40.3 yards per punt."
Belcher has only been playing high school football for about a year after playing soccer his entire life. CUTigers.com will continue to keep you updated on the star punter, right up through signing day.
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