Scout/TigerBlitz.com's Billy Embody conducted the interview with Aaron Brule.
"Coach (Tony) Hull, he's the man. I'm pretty solid right now," Brule told Scout at a recent Metairie (La.) Archbishop Rummel spring practice. "Of course I'm looking at other stuff, but I'm pretty solid with Kansas right now."
Brule said he's concentrated all spring on improving himself and his team. Rummel has a lot of freshmen getting into the mix who will be needed as sophomores this fall, and Brule has served as an experience veteran helping them along.
That said, plenty of programs have been recruiting Brule lately.
"As long as people stay honest with me, I stay honest with them. I give them the real. I told everybody I'm still open to them and I'm gonna wait to the last minute Of course I'm committed to Kansas, but I'm gonna make my full decision."
Kansas was the first school to offer Brule all the way back on April 2, 2016. Tennessee offered soon after.
In the past month, Brule has picked up offers from Texas Tech, Texas, Colorado State, Indiana, and Houston. Brule has several schools in mind for potential visits.
"Colorado's a beautiful place. I might get up there just to get up to the campus and see what they're working with," Brule said. "I'll be up at Kansas again, Tennessee, and a lot of places. I'm gonna visit a lot this summer.
Brule is teammates with four-star receiver Ja'Marr Chase, one of the top wideouts in Louisiana's 2018 cycle. Naturally, some schools want a package deal from the standout New Orleans-area duo.
"We talk to coach KB (Kevin Beard at Tennessee) almost every day," Brule said. "One day we wanna go to school together, the next day we don't wanna go to school together. Coach Jason Washington (at Texas) said I would play the rover position, which is what I'm kinda playing right now. Playing in the box and making tackles, and making plays over the top if I have to.
"Mississippi State, they want me to play like a 'money' linebacker. I'll do anything that the team needs. That's basically it."
While Brule has plenty of schools he hopes to visit this summer, he has not set any dates.
"Honestly, I just live my whole summer weekend by weekend," he said.
As for the "local" school -- LSU -- Brule has been in contact with receivers coach Mickey Joseph and developed a good relationship.
If LSU offered Brule, would that change his recruitment?
"Honestly, yes it would," Brule said. "Coach (Ed) Orgeron DM's me every day. Kristian Fulton is up there, Jamal Pettigrew, all those dudes played in the Catholic League (in New Orleans), so it's basically family already over there.
"I'll probably be up there for camp. I'll visit most definitely."