It didn't take Kyle Nunn long to figure out that home is where the heart is. At least that's where he'd rather play his college football at.
The Sumter High School standout offensive lineman originally committed to the Virginia Tech Hokies but recently decided to decommit. At 6'6 280 pounds Nunn is an imposing force on the field and the young man knows how to utilize his size and strength against opponents. Just last week Nunn was selected to play in the Shrine Bowl for the South Carolina squad.
Nunn's Sumter team just came off a 33-14 loss to Conway High on Friday which features Shrine Bowl selection and Michigan commitment WR J.R. Hemingway. The Sumter Gamecocks record now stands at 7-3 on the year.
After deciding to part ways with the Hokies Nunn made a visit tonight to the South Carolina campus to see the Gamecocks take on the #8 ranked Tennessee Volunteers. With a raucous atmosphere and Williams-Brice Stadium rocking Nunn decided that he wanted to play for Steve Spurrier's Gamecocks.
SCPrepNation.com will have more regarding Kyle Nunn's decision to continue his collegiate career in Columbia.
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