Kyle Bilodeau, a 6-foot-6 tight end in the 2019 recruiting class, announced his commitment to Purdue football on Friday morning. Bilodeau became the second player to commit to Purdue on Friday, joining tackle Dave Monnot III.
Kyle Bilodeau commits to Purdue football
I am extremely blessed and excited to announce that I will continue my academic studies and athletic career at Purdue University! #boilerUp #brohmsquad @BoilerFootball #Hammerdown #TrainCom1n9 pic.twitter.com/tQaUBIM62u
— Kyle Bilodeau (@kylebugb) June 15, 2018
“I am extremely blessed and excited to announce that I will continue my academic studies and athletic career at Purdue University!” Bilodeau wrote on Twitter.
Bilodeau picked up an offer from Purdue in May and also had interest from N.C. State, Pitt and Virginia Tech.
Bilodeau plays at Woodberry Forrest (Va.) High School and is rated as a 3-star recruit in the 247Sports composite ratings. Bilodeau is considered the No. 37 tight end and No. 21 player from Virginia in the 2019 class.
Purdue now has nine commits in its 2019 class.