Bosch Gets Huskers' Attention

St. Francis HS (Wheaton, IL) offensive lineman Kyle Bosch has picked up an offer from Nebraska. Come inside to get his initial thoughts.

Following the likes of other Big Ten schools like Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan, Michigan State, Northwestern, and Purdue - Nebraska has offered St. Francis HS (Wheaton, IL) offensive lineman Kyle Bosch.

The 2013 product is currently one of the hottest juniors in the Midwest, also sporting offers from Arizona, Stanford, and West Virginia.

"Coach Garrison is my recruiting coach," said Bosch. "He was very excited about my intensity on the field and I'm extremely excited about them. I know of their success developing offensive lineman and their fantastic running game. I look forward to getting to know more about the coaching staff and the whole university."

The 6-foot-5, 280-pound prospect had made a few visits, with trips to Michigan, Indiana, Northwestern, and Notre Dame. While he hasn't visited Lincoln yet, it's on the list of things to do this winter.

"They playing field is about even, but I think after I make a few rounds to colleges that have offered me, I will start to figure some things out," said Bosch when asked if he has any leaders at this point.

St. Francis finished the season 8-3 overall, making it into the second round of the Class 5A Illinois Boys State Football Playoffs. The Spartans lost a close game to Kaneland 31-28. Kaneland, who hails from Maple Park, Illinois, is now in the semi-finals and will square off against Nebraska 2012 commitment Jordan Westerkamp and Montini on Saturday.

Josh Harvey has covered college football and recruiting for Fox Sports & Scout.com since 2008. He is now the Publisher of Big Red Report, covering Nebraska athletics.
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