I thought the young man had like 7 D1 offers according to his Dad, maybe I'm wrong. Tell you though it's a tough thing to go through for a kid. With my boy missing his sr he had to struggle with several "preferred walk-on" offers to BCS schools, or go with one of the FCS scholarships. Hard to explain to young 18 yr old on why you take the full ride and give up a chance to play on tv and in front of 70+ thousand.
Rivals shows offers from Cornell (Ivy), Bucknell (Patriot), Bryant (NEC), Eastern Kentucky (OVC), Toledo (MAC) and William & Mary (CAA). I though Kuhns was a potential 3-yr starter and 1-2 yr All-Conference guy in the Ivy, Patriot or NEC.
I always tell people that I've never met anyone who regretted playing at a level they could have success at, be it FCS, D-II or D-III. I know a ton of FBS guys who were either walk-ons or even scholarship guys who never saw much playing time who regret not going to a lower level and getting on the field.
I agree though, hard to tell a kid that and get them to understand.