Wednesday, January 21, 2009

Kargbo will be running with the Bulls

Bishop Maginn's Bunduka Kargbo, shown here competing against Troy in a 2008 regular season game, has made a verbal commitment to play football at the University at Buffalo. (Tom Killips - The Record)

He'll focus on the defensive side of the ball and finished his four year career at Maginn with 179 unassisted tackles - the second-highest total in school history.

He also passed for 3,196 yards, threw 30 touchdowns and rushed for 15 more as the Griffins quarterback. Some colleges did recruit him as a quarterback, but Kargbo, a first team All-State safety in 2008, should have a great impact for the Bulls on the defensive side.

"He’ll have to work his way up and he knows that," Grasso said.

Look for the full story on Kargbo's decision, including coach Tuner Gill's role and how the Bulls' inspiring 2008 season swayed him, in Wednesday's edition of The Record.

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February 22, 2009 at 8:53 PM 

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