It's official. QB Kevin Olsen has signed with the Miami Hurricanes. Read on to learn more about him.
Wayne Hills (N.J.) High four-star quarterback Kevin Olsen suffered a broken bone in his right foot in Friday's season opener. The Miami commit will miss time, but is his season over? FOXSportsNEXT has the answer.
Miami quarterback commitment Kevin Olsen is fresh off an outstanding performance at the Elite 11 Camp. Here are some video highlights of his performance.
WAYNE, N.J. -- Kevin Olsen, the nation's No. 5 quarterback and the top-ranked uncommitted one, worked out on the field and in the weight room Wednesday at Wayne Hills High. Afterward, he talked about playing in the Under Armour All-American game, broke down his final three and talked about when he could make a decision.
Quarterback Kevin Olsen (6’3/190) of Wayne Hills High School in New Jersey is one of the most heavily recruited players in the nation. Watching him in action, it doesn’t take long to see why he is a coveted commodity among recruiters.
Kevin Olsen came to New York as the favorite to snag an invite to the Elite 11 finals in California, and the staff chose him over some stiff competition on Saturday.
Four-star quarterback Kevin Olsen of Wayne Hills (N.J.) High is concentrating on four schools he recently visited. The 6-foot-3, 190-pound Olsen is the eighth-rated passer in Scout.com's 2013 class.
Four-star quarterback Kevin Olsen of Wayne Hills (N.J.) High made an unofficial visit to Wisconsin this weekend, and Scout.com has the details on how it went.
Leader of a Wayne Hills (Wayne, N.J.) state title team, junior quarterback Kevin Olsen threw for 1,686 yards and 20 touchdowns last season. Scout.com's ninth ranked quarterback and a four-star recruit, Olsen holds 18 verbal scholarship offers and is in the process of planning his spring visits.
Wayne Hills (N.J.) High four-star quarterback Kevin Olsen's offer total is close to two dozen, and a lot of those schools are pushing for him to visit. He and his father, Wayne Hills coach Chris Olsen, are in the process of setting up visits for the spring, and Scout.com has the latest on several schools who are likely to get visits.