Kamren Fabiculanan emerging as a lockdown corner for Ventura (Calif.) St. Bonaventure, with a BYU offer and heavy TCU interest

Ventura (Calif.) St. Bonaventure defensive back Kamren Fabiculanan holds an offer from BYU, with TCU coming on strong as of late.

Only a freshman, Ventura (Calif.) St. Bonaventure defensive back Kamren Fabiculanan is starting to become a household name for a number of college coaches who visit the Seraphs.

The 6-foot-2, 175-pound 2019 prospect worked his way into the varsity starting lineup last season and blossomed into St. Bonaventure’s top lockdown corner, often having the task of jamming the tallest opposing receiver at the line of scrimmage. Fabiculanan used his long arms to swat down 10 passes for the 7-4 Seraphs, earning him his first scholarship offer -- from BYU. Fabiculanan and the rest of his Seraph teammates had an influx of coaches from the FBS realm visit the Ventura private school during the spring, which could signify that offer No. 2 for Fabiculanan is near.

“There’s a lot of schools interested in me,” Fabiculanan said. “I’ve talked to coaches from UCLA, USC, Fresno State and TCU when they came to our spring practices.”

TCU is the one program that piqued his interest. The Horned Frogs have gone a combined 23-3 in the last two seasons, producing NFL defensive backs in Jason Verrett (San Diego) and Derrick Kindred (Cleveland) in the process.

“It was really cool to have a Power Five team come watch me perform,” Fabiculanan said of the Big 12 powerhouse. “I actually want to get out of state for college. I’m glad to be on their radar so hopefully, I’ll hear from them in the next couple of years.”

He’s had an active off-season with hitting 7on7 tournaments like Passing Down and Pylon with his St. Bonaventure teammates, plus refining his defensive skills during practices with B2G during his down time.

He already has his summer football camp schedule in the works, with Fabiculanan planning to attend the Arizona Under The Lights Camp scheduled for June 11 and possibly the Fresno State camp at Thousand Oaks High School set for June 16.

Fabiculanan may be gaining early steam during his recruiting process, but he wants to slow down, enjoy every minute of it and hope to make his decision in front of television cameras when the time comes.

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“I think I’ll let things ride out until national signing day, that way I can narrow down my top five or top three and hopefully commit on national TV,” Fabiculanan said.


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