Kobe Boyce checks in from Lake Dallas (Texas) at 6-foot, 165-pounds. Boyce will visit Texas and a few other schools over the summer.
“I’m going to be at Texas most likely on the 12th,” Kobe Boyce said. “I will take visits to Alabama and Ole Miss this summer. I talk to Coach [Charlie] Williams the most. We just talk about how I am doing in school and just about life and what makes me a top level recruit. I think it’s my size and speed and how I can recognize plays.”
Boyce is a cornerback who has good size at the position and will only look more impressive as he adds some weight but has the height to match-up with the opposing team's No. 1 outside receiver. He is a strong talent against the run and will come up and secure the edge. Again, that will be an even bigger strength as he adds natural size and power with natural development. He played a huge role in his team's on the field success in 2015, as he locked down one-half of the field and teams rarely want to pass or run on the side he lines up on.
Even though Boyce is relatively new to the recruiting process, he had some advice for younger players.
“My advice to younger players is to stay on the books and be patient because the schools will come to you,” Boyce said. “Enjoy the process and don’t let it be a burden.”
Boyce has tremendous burst, a nice frame and goes and gets the ball carrier. He is coming off a strong junior campaign with two interceptions and eight pass break-ups reaching the state semifinals in Texas’ Class 5A Division II.