Sumter (SC) offensive tackle Kyle Nunn
has had a busy Summer, going to camps and working out to get ready for the 2006 football
season. This weekend, the two-star lineman attended an ACC school football camp and did
well enough to walk away with his second major DI offer.
Nunn, a 6-5, 265lbs tackle, did extremely well at the Virginia Tech football camp on
Saturday and was thought to be one of the best offensive linemen on hand by many. Sunday,
he was offered a scholarship by Coach Wiles of the Hokies, who spoke to Sumter offensive
coordinator Grayson Howell.
NC State was the first school to extend the offer, making it two schools from the ACC
interested in the big lineman.
Nunn has been lifting weights and doing conditioning this Summer to help stay in shape.
When he's not in the weight room or running, though, he's working for a pool company doing
manual labor with a shovel, which he says is also keeping him in good shape.
Next weekend, Nunn will be going to North Carolina for camp and unofficial visit to NC
State, as well. He also states that he feels he may be making his decision in the next
couple of weeks.
Stay tuned to SCVarsity.com as we follow this outstanding
offensive lineman through his recruiting process and his senior football season.