"I am still announcing on Wednesday at 3pm at Aloha high school," said Kearsley. "Man, well coach Anae helped BYU a lot. I am going to go where I felt comfortable in the future the most. Whether that is in the NFL or coaching, the degree matters. I am looking at doing broadcasting, personal training or exercise science."
While he may put more hats on the table, most agree the lineman's final decision came down to BYU and Oregon State. Kearsley was in Provo this past weekend taking a final look at the Cougars.
"It's good stuff, I enjoyed all of it," said Kearsley. "It was good."
"As always, my favorite part was hanging out with recruits and hosts," said Kearsley. "There was no awkwardness, as soon as got there we started having lots of fun."
Kearsley is familiar with most of the class, but did pick out some prospects that he spent the most time with.
Kearsley talked about how BYU has been selling their program to him.
"Basically that I could play next year, pretty much every spot on the line across the board is open," said Kearsley. "The new offensive staff wants me to play right away."