Varsity Preps

2014 East Coast QB Receiving Interest from Georgia, Florida, Missouri

2014 QB Colar Kuhns (6’2, 205, 4.7/40, 4.4 shuttle) of Calvert Hall High School in Baltimore, Maryland threw for over 2100 yards, 22 TDs and just seven interceptions. He also rushed for 500 yards and an additional five scores.

His stellar play has earned the attention of Georgia, Florida, MissouriRutgers, Penn St., NC State, Rice, and the most of the Ivy League. “I’d say Georgia and Florida are recruiting me the hardest,” Kuhns told Deep South Recruiting. “I’m receiving a lot of interest from Yale because I have 4.0 GPA.”

Kuhns traveled to Ohio last summer to familiarize himself with the programs located there. “I saw Ohio St., Cincinnati, Bowling Green, Youngstown St., and Toledo. I also attended Notre Dame’s three-day camp that same week.”

Calvert Hall’s junior signal-caller talked about his offseason plans. “I was invited to the Army All-American and Under Armour Combines, but unfortunately I wasn’t able to attend. I’m planning to attend camps at Penn St., Rutgers, Yale, Florida, and Georgia this summer.”

His interest from UGA and UF is gaining momentum. “I was talking with my recruiter at Georgia and they really want me to camp this summer. Florida is interested, they were speaking with my coach and he tells me they want me to camp, too.”

Kuhns shared several factors that will be important in his recruitment. “The most important thing for me will be the overall fit. I’m looking for great academics and a system where I fit in and they throw the ball.

“Location won’t be a factor at all,” he said. “Early playing time isn’t critical, I don’t mind redshirting, but I’d like to be in a position to start for two or more seasons.”

The bond he develops with the coaches recruiting him will have a major impact on his college choice. “That’s huge for me. I want to learn under the coach, be able to be comfortable with my position coach. I’ll be under him at least four seasons, so the relationship we build during the process is very important.”

A legitimate dual-threat, Kuhns moves well in the pocket and can create on the fly. He spoke about what he feels his strengths are. “I’m confident dropping back and using my arm strength to make all the throws. I also feel I’m a pro-style quarterback that’s a threat to run.”

— Michael Bradley



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