DT Beyer Starting to Hear from FBS programs

Gabe Beyer

Tallahassee (Fla.) Leon High School class of 2016 defensive tackle Gabe Beyer has started hearing from several FBS football programs this summer. The 6-foot-0 and 265-pound rising junior plans on camping or visiting with programs from the SEC and Big 12 this summer.

Tallahassee (Fla.) Leon High School class of 2016 defensive tackle/nose guard Gabe Beyer has begun to hear from several FBS programs coming out of last month's spring practice period. The 6-foot-0 and 265-pound rising junior will be hitting the summer camp circuit in search of his first scholarship offer starting this week.

"So far I have gotten letters from Iowa State, Stetson, Missouri and BYU. I have been in contact with coaches from Alcorn State, Jacksonville, Valdosta State and Clark-Atlanta," said Beyer of his early recruitment.

The young lineman is also a talented wrestler and will be attending both football and wrestling camps this summer including both at one school.

"BYU is actually my churches school. I would love to go there, it is a good school. I've gotten mail from BYU and I have been invited to their camp in Utah. I am going to camp there in June. I think I am going to go to Missouri's football and wrestling camp and I am also going to Iowa State's wrestling camp and I am going to try to visit with the football coaches," explained Beyer of his summer plans.

Beyer credits wrestling with improving his performance on the football field saying that he is more fit, quicker and has better balance and leverage after spending the last two years on the mat.

Please check back with Scout.com for future updates on Gabe Beyer.

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