Upland High School quarterback Josh Nunes, regarded as one of the top signalcallers in the country, committed to Tennessee Tuesday evening according to Brett Hubbs at VolQuest.com. Nunes, ranked No. 181 in the latest Rivals top 250, committed to the Volunteers despite never having visited the campus. This is what he told Hubbs in the article, which is available to Rivals.com subscribers.
“I have talked to people and I have done a ton of research,” Nunes offered. “I know it can’t be a bad place and I know I have made the right choice for me. I can’t wait to see it. It’s just an unbelievable feeling that really I can’t describe. But to have a college home is not just a relief, but it’s exciting.”
Nunes picked Tennessee over roughly 30 other schools which were recruiting him. He narrowed that list Memorial Day weekend to a group of eight that included Arizona State, Florida, Stanford, BYU, Nebraska, Oklahoma, and Harvard.
Expect more in Thursday’s Daily Bulletin and Sun.