Hutchinson CC linebacker Kenny Flowers is set to begin the recruiting process in earnest when he takes his first official visit later in July to West Virginia.
"I'm taking my first official visit to West Virginia," Flowers said. "I'm scheduled to be up there from July 23 to July 25."
The 6-foot-1, 220-pound linebacker says he has several other colleges recruiting him hard at the moment, but for now he's focusing on two SEC schools in addition to the Mountaineers.
"The Georgia coach actually called me today," Flowers said. "We talked about some dates for an official visit and he said he would get back with me on some specific dates so we can set something up."
Flowers is also seriously considering Texas A&M, a school he already visited back in the spring. He wants to make a return trip for an official visit in the fall.
"I had a great time at A&M. We went down there for the spring game and it was more than I expected. The facilities are great and I got along with the players and coaches. They have some spots opening up at linebacker," Flowers said. "I'm going to try to take my official visit there on my open week. If not, I'll go there right after the season."
Flowers indicated that college coaches like his aggressive play and his ability to rush the quarterback. He is working hard this offseason to get even faster and quicker off the line.
"I'm focusing my offseason workouts on conditioning and improving my burst and quickness," Flowers said. "I alternate long run days for stamina, and short runs where I do ten 200's (meters) and ten 100 (meters) sprints."
Flowers claims no leaders at the moment and says his decision will come down to his experiences on his official visits.
Flowers Set For First Visit
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