Kyle Nunn Will Visit USC

Sumter (SC) offensive lineman Kyle Nunn has had an interesting summer. The 3-star rated prospect committed to Virginia Tech on July 27, but shortly after that, he received an offer from the home state Gamecocks.

Nunn, who also claims offers from North Carolina and N.C. State, still considers himself a Virginia Tech commitment, but with the recent developments, he has now decided to take several visits this fall.

"Yes, I'm going to make it up for a game for each of them (schools that have offered) more than likely."

Kyle Nunn, who measures in at 6'6 and 280 pounds, already knows one date when he will be visiting South Carolina, and he stated that he is looking forward to enjoying as many visits as he can this fall.

"I'm definitely going to South Carolina for the Georgia game. I'm seventeen years old, and free tickets are free tickets. I'm going to go to every game that I can possibly make it to. It just depends on their schedules and their home games and stuff. I'll figure that all out in the next couple weeks."

When asked to describe what led him to commit to the Hokies, Nunn stated a couple of factors that played into his decision.

"The coaching staff and the prestige. They've been good consecutively for about thirteen years. That's about it."

Nunn's high school coach, Paul Sorrells, believes that Nunn is better at this point in his career than former Sumter standout and current Gamecock lineman, James Thompson, but when Nunn was asked to describe his strengths as a player, he humbly replied that he just gets the job done.

"I guess I just get what I need to get done. I'm pretty good at pass blocking. I'm pretty decent at run blocking."

Nunn stated that, despite all of the college attention, he still has room for improvement.

"I'd like to improve on all areas of my game. You can never be too good."

When asked if he has a timeframe for finalizing his college choice and putting an end to the recruiting process, Nunn chuckled and replied, "By February 3."

Nunn finished by stating a couple of goals for his upcoming senior season.

"I just hope my team stays healthy, and I hope my team does good this year. Those are my goals. I hope we have a winning season, and I hope we make it to state. I just want the team to succeed this year."

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