Video Interview: Justin Burke

No position has as much focus or excitement for 2006 Cardinal Recruiting as the quarterback search, which has elite Bluegrass State slinger Justin Burke squarely in the crosshairs. The acclaimed Lexington Catholic quarterback spoke recently with Scout.com about his busy recruitment and what he wants for his college future.

Burke was honored this past Sunday, along with 31 others, as one of the top players in the Commonwealth of Kentucky.  Following the event, the 6-foot-2, 185-pound national quarterback recruit visited with Inside the Ville and talked about his search for a school that can help him fulfill his dreams, both on and off the field.

Over the last two seasons Burke has thrown for over 4,000 yards and 50 touchdowns and has earned numerous post-season accolades.  He holds offers from the likes of Louisville, Michigan State and Tennessee.  The strong student-athlete has consistently named Stanford as one of his top three schools.

Here is the entire interview, where the Lexington Catholic student-athlete discusses his many visits and his "40-year decision."

Justin Burke Scout Profile

QB Justin Burke video interview


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