"I have one offer right now -- Hawaii -- and they are the only ones really looking at me that I know of so far," Burston told JCFootball.com recently.
As a freshman this past season, Burston helped lead the Comets to a 9-2 record by completing 63.5% of his passes for 2,151 yards, 28 touchdowns and only three interceptions while rushing for over 400 yards and a team-leading five touchdowns on the ground.
"I am a pocket-passer with the ability to run and create outside the pocket," Burston noted. "I'm a natural competitor so I do anything I can to win. I'm a motivator an a playmaker."
This offseason, Burston has been working at perfecting his craft while increasing his overall understanding of defenses.
"I'm just trying to improve my personal game an get bigger, faster and stronger and improve my Football I.Q.," Burston said.
As a prep, Burston was a star at Stellar Prep in Oakland, California, but he was unable to qualify, so he decided to head to the Comets where he had already formed a very good relationship with the coaches, especially head coach Alonzo Carter.
"It is the closest (school) to home and I have a strong relationship with coach Carter and the staff and I had a opportunity to come in and start," Burston recalled.
He is on pace to finish up his two-year degree in December and he will have three years to play two following the 2016 football season.
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