Bunchie Young is a 10-year-old who already has a full-ride offer to play D-1 football. Let that sink in.
It sounds crazy, but Bunchie's highlights speak for themselves. This kid is something special:
— UnderTheRadar (@_UnderTheRadar_) March 10, 2017
After watching him in action, can you really blame the University of Illinois for extending Bunchie an offer?
— Mike Evans (@iam_mikeevans) May 10, 2017
According to MaxPreps, Young scored 30 touchdowns and snagged four interceptions last season while splitting time between running back, wide receiver and defensive back. He's also clocked a 12.4 100-meter dash, which is an unbelievable time for a fourth grader. Young's trainer, Mike Evans, isn't surprised that he's already earning offers.
"Bunchie is the fastest kid in the country, and his eye-coordination and work ethic is unmatched," Evans, owner of LacedFacts training based in Los Angeles, told 247Sports.com. National Signing Day is still eight years away for Bunchie, but the hype is already building.
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