Ramsey (N.J.) Don Bosco Prep 2018 Kevin Brennan already has two years of starting experience and a championship under his belt. In the spring of his sophomore year, Brennan looks forward to college exposure as a result.
The 6-foot, 195-pound is a free safety first with a visit to Rutgers already under his belt this offseason. Still in search of his first verbal scholarship offer, Brennen is in touch with multiple ACC and Big Ten programs.
“They can’t contact me yet but I’ve been able to call some of them, specifically Rutgers, Boston College, Clemson, North Carolina and some Michigan,” Brennan said. “Obviously none have offered yet but I’ve been in contact with all of them and I’m looking forward to camps and when I’m a junior and they can call me.”
Brennan will camp at Rutgers this summer and left pleased after a recent junior day visit to meet coach Chris Ash and safeties coach Bill Busch.
“It’s a whole new level,” he said. “When I went to their junior day, I was very impressed. I have a whole new perception of them and I would consider them a top school for me.”
The Westfield, N.J., native started as a freshman at safety for Don Bosco Prep. He played both safety and running back as a sophomore, when the Ironmen won a state championship.
Don Bosco sent four players to BCS schools in 2016 will be just as busy with 2017 and 2018 prospects for spring evaluation.
“A bunch of schools came in just to introduce themselves and they’re mostly recruiting our seniors but this has been a very beneficial offseason for me in the weight room after a state-championship season,” Brennan said. “We’re inspired to go out next year and get another ring. One of the key factors of coming to Bosco is the pride that everyone has in this school. You see it every day that we go out and we’re proud of how we represent our tradition and our school.”