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Beech Grove (IN) 2019 DE Dallas Culpepper holds 3 FBS offers and talked his most recent visits as well as some of his under the radar teammates.
Beech Grove, IN
Commitment status: Undecided
Wt: 270 lbs
LPI: Do you play any other sports in the offseason?
DC: Yes, I play baseball, but since I tore my ACL a couple of months ago I’m just rehabbing my knee for next football season.
LPI: Have you visited anywhere recently or do you have any planned visits coming up? If so, where at and when?
DC: I took a visit to Ball State two weeks ago and last weekend I took a visit to Eastern Kentucky. I plan on visiting Toledo also but I have to schedule it out with the coaches first.
LPI: Do have any offers at the moment? What schools have shown serious interest in you or may be close to offering?
DC: As of now I hold offers from Ball State, Toledo and Central Michigan. Ball State is showing the most interest by far.
LPI: What do you want to major in college?
DC: I plan on majoring in Criminal Justice. That’s what my dad majored in at Ball State and I plan on being a SWAT officer after college.
LPI: Who are some of your teammates or training partners that you believe can play at the next level, but have gone overlooked by college coaches?
DC: A couple of my teammates are Isaiah Hulse and Isaiah Greene. They’re both going to play at the next level. I believe they could play at some of the big powerhouses of college football. Hulse is a big strong running back with a huge motor. Greene is an extremely solid defensive lineman with good speed and hands.
Beech Grove coach Mark Weller on Culpepper on and off the field
“Dallas is a tremendous young man. He is a character kid who is humble and works his tail off.”