Saturday, June 23, 2012

Butler LB Peter Kalambayi commits to Stanford

Butler High linebacker Peter Kalambayi committed to Stanford Saturday, Bulldogs coach Brian Hales said.

Kalambayi is the third Bulldog to commit to a major college in the past few weeks, following wide receiver Uriah LeMay (Georgia), wide receiver/defensive back Channing Stribling (Michigan) and quarterback Riley Ferguson (Tennessee).

Kalambayi, a 6-foot-3, 230-pound senior is ranked No. 80 nationally among seniors by rivals.com

14 comments:

Anonymous said...

Fourth to committ

Anonymous said...

First off Peter is a good kid and congrats on picking a life changing education, secondly can Hales coach this super talented group to a State Title? Anything less will be a monumental failure with all this talent.......

Anonymous said...

The same talent was on the team last year and they lost two games and narrowly avoided two more. Newsome is badly missed.

Anonymous said...

Is it true that the inmates are running the asylum???

Anonymous said...

Does observer report on Butler football commits only? There are other high school footballers around Charlotte that committed last week like Jack Tocho from Independence committed to NC State.

Anonymous said...

The inmates are definitely running the asylum.............

Anonymous said...

From my understanding, it's the coach's job to call in and report his players' committments. I doubt the Observer is waiting at coach Hales' office door waiting on news of his players. Congrats to Tocho and NCSU none the less.

Anonymous said...

Geiler is just mailing in his duties shocker....

Anonymous said...

Looks like he'll see another kid from PR out west..

http://autzenzoo.com/2012/06/27/matt-wogan-commits-to-the-ducks/

Anonymous said...

Thanks Mrs. Tocho for sharing.

bijon said...

thanks for artical so nice

J said...

CMS should take Memorial Stadium into consideration in the scheduling process. There are enough good teams around here the there could be a high-quality game there every week.

I wonder what hallucinagetic drug got mixed into Ferguson's food during his Tennessee visit that made him think going to play for such an inept coach and a has-been program was a good idea.

Anonymous said...

.thanks for sharing

salman said...

There was same talent on the team last year and they had lost two games and narrowly avoided two more.