OCALA, Fla. (BVM) — Some Ocala-area football players are having productive summers, showing college recruits what they are made of, but one of the strongest showings this far has been from Trinity Catholic big man Tommy Kinsler.
The 6-foot-6, 300-pound offensive linemen recently attended the Florida State Seminoles’ Big Man Camp and left with a couple of Division I offers. After tossing defenders aside for much of the camp, Kinsler caught the eye of the host school, specifically offensive line coach Alex Atkins.
Also pictured here, No. 62 (white), Tommy Kinsler.
The Ocala Trinity product picked up an offer from FSU today after a strong performance at the Big Man Camp. https://t.co/oytrag7EXL
— Brendan Sonnone (@BSonnone) June 9, 2021
Kinsler walked away with an offer from Atkins and the Seminoles, but also picked up an offer from the smaller Tallahassee Division I school, Florida A&M University. The massive linemen will now have more options to decide from, adding these to his already existing list of schools that includes Miami, Florida, South Florida, Georgia Tech, Charlotte and Ball State.
This past season, his Trinity Catholic Celtics went 7-4 and featured a 1,000-yard running back, thanks in large part to Kinsler’s ability to produce gaping holes. By the time his high school career comes to an end, it’s viable to think that Kinsler will get to go to the school of his choice.