Three-Star OLB Breaks down his game and Longhorns

Kenneth Murray might be the most underrated player in the state of Texas. The three-star standout holds 20 offers from around the country.

Michigan, Mississippi, Oklahoma, Texas and Texas A&M are but a few of the schools that have offered Kenneth Murray.  He checks in at 6-foot-2, 215-pounds from Missouri City (Texas) Ft. Bend Elkins High School.  Murray will make two visits this weekend.


“As far as summer plans, two schools I will be visiting soon as in this Saturday is Texas and Texas A&M,” Kenneth Murray said.  “Plan to go to some camps in my area just to hang out with coaches and chill and also doing seven on 7 with my school.  I expect to learn more about all the schools I’m interested in in the next three months.”


Murray is a priority for the Texas Longhorns. 


“I talk to Coach BJ (Brian Jean-Mary) Coach [Brick] Haley and Coach [Vance] Bedford the most,” Murray said.  “They are all great coaches and want me at Texas. I have talked to Coach [Charlie] Strong on the phone. My parents like him, and I think he is a phenomenal coach.”


Kenneth Murray breaks down his game.


“What makes me a top level recruit is my athleticism and speed to play OLB, SS, and DE,” Murray said. “Also, what I think sets me apart or on another level from any other player in the country is my mentality. I play mean.  I take no prisoners when I play. “The advice I would give is just to keep being patient and believing in God don't worry about recruiting do what you can control such as workouts being a good leader for your team stuff like that everything else will come just stay patient.”


Inside the Numbers


Class 2017



6-foot-2, 215-Pounds

Missouri City (Texas)

Ft. Bend Elkins High School

Position Rank No 72

Midland OLB Rank No 13

Texas OLB Rank No 12 

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