Found September 20, 2013 on CaneInsider:
Louisiana power John Curtis Christian four-star linebacker, Kenny Young publicly shorten the list of schools that’s anxiously pursuing him. Thursday Young tweeted verbatim “Top 6: LSU, OSU, UCLA, FSU, Texas A&M, & Miami.” Top 6: LSU, OSU, UCLA, FSU, Texas A&M, & Miami — Kenny Young (@KennyYounggg) September 19, 2013 Shortly thereafter, Caneinsider communicated with the 6-2/220lbs inside linebacker to substantiate specifically where Miami stood. “I like Miami enough to put them in my top six. After the season I’ll start visiting schools, and decide from there.” When do you plan on visiting Miami, Caneinsider naturally asked. ”I’m not sure. I really don’t know at this point.” answered Young. From start to finish John Curtis dominated the entire season last year without a blemish, ending it with a 14-0 record and the distinguish title of Class 2A champions. In the process, a plethora of top collegiate programs took notice. Young’s statistical numbers from a season ago end
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