Seyfert commits to KU, selected for Kansas Shrine Bowl

Senior Grady Seyfert recently committed to Kansas University to play football and was also selected to play in the Kansas Shrine Bowl.

When asked how he chose KU Seyfert said, “After going on a visit there, I could tell that the environment and atmosphere during practice were special, and something I wanted to be a part of.” Another factor in him deciding was the academic programs. He is excited to get to work and become the best football player he can.

One of the things that he is nervous about is the size change from going to a school in Beloit to a larger school in Lawrence, but he is excited nonetheless. He was recruited as a noseguard and will be heading to Lawrence for summer camp after Memorial Weekend.

Seyfert is also very excited that he was selected to play in the Shrine Bowl. To be accepted, his coach, Brad Gober, sent in Seyfert’s film and it was voted on. The Shrine Bowl is a non-profit charity that raises awareness for the children at the Shriners Hospitals. It is one of the most prestigious high school football all-star games in the nation.