Iowa State '13 OH QB - Kyle Kempt (Iowa State Transfer)

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    Kempt starting over..............Massillon (Ohio) Washington quarterback Kyle Kempt committed to Cincinnati last spring and was all set to sign with the Bearcats until head coach Butch Jones left for Tennessee. Now with Cincinnati's coaching transition complete, Kempt is starting the recruiting process over again.
     
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    Kempt to give Beavs a Look..............Oregon State is looking for a quarterback and Kyle Kempt is looking for a school. The former Cincinnati commit has re-started the recruiting process and wouldn't mind a look from the Beavs. Actually, he's already getting a look from the Beavs. The only question seems to be whether Oregon State plans to offer Kempt.
     
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    Is this the Beavs’ QB of the future?..............FOR ALL THE recruiting moves of late that Oregon State has made, one spot continues to remain unfilled -- quarterback. But OSU may be zeroing in on their QB for the 2013 class. BF.C talks to the 6-5 signal caller and state of Oregon native...
     
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    Kempt Sets PAC-12 Visit...........One of Ohio's top quarterbacks has set up an official visit for the last week of January. Massillon's Kyle Kempt will visit Oregon State, as the former Cincinnati commit is back on the market.
     
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    BCS Offer For Kempt.........Massillon (OH) quarterback Kyle Kempt has seen interest pick up since decommitting from Cincinnati last month. Now back on the market, Kempt landed a BCS offer Wednesday evening.


    Note: Uconn has offered.
     
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    Kempt Plans Visit to Corvallis................Typically the quarterback of the class is one of the first commitments a team looks for each year to kick-start their recruiting. Being able to build a class around a signal caller is important, especially in a pro-style offense. Oregon State has struggled this year to land a quarterback and now they find themselves less than three weeks away from Signing Day still looking and recruiting. With one offer still on the table to Fresno's Khari McGee, the Beavers have invited Massillon (Ohio) Washington quarterback Kyle Kempt for a visit next weekend. It could be a match born on timing.
     
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    Verbaled to Oregon State........
     
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    He probably grew up wanting to go to OSU....

    Maybe not that one though...:noidea:










    He is originally from Oregon though..
     
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