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Liberty’s Kyle Beaudry stays home, commits to UNLV

One of the top football players in next year’s class is staying home.

Liberty senior linebacker Kyle Beaudry announced his commitment via Twitter on Wednesday to play his college ball at UNLV. Beaudry’s commitment is nonbinding and UNLV can’t comment on him until he signs.

Beaudry led last year’s Sunrise Region champions with 61 tackles and was second with eight sacks. He also caught four passes for 58 yards and three touchdowns.

Beaudry is the 11th ranked player in Nevada in his class, according to 247 sports, and the top linebacker.

Beaudry is the third local player in the Class of 2019 to commit to UNLV, and second Liberty player. He joins teammate Austin Fiaseu and Faith Lutheran’s Sir Oliver Everett. They are the Rebels’ three committed players for the class.

Two Liberty players — quarterback Kenyon Oblad and cornerback Octavian Bell — signed with the Rebels in last year’s class.

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Contact Justin Emerson at jemerson@reviewjournal.com or (702) 387-2944. Follow @J15Emerson on Twitter.

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