Linebacker Randy Martinez out of Teaneck, N.J. is a 2007 prospect that has already received his first offer. Who has the 6-foot-1, 235-pounder gotten the offer from and what makes him stand out as a player?
"He's picked up his first offer from Rutgers," said Teaneck head coach Dennis Heck. "He's getting interest from all over the country, especially schools in the area like Penn State, Maryland, Boston College and Virginia. I believe Rutgers is his favorite though because he likes what coach Schiano is doing and what is going on with their program."
This season Martinez was named first team all-league, all-NHAL and third team all-county.
"He's got a great motor that goes and his size is wonderful," he said. "I think he'll end up being a stand up defensive end or linebacker in college because of the way he plays. He's also a county champ heavyweight wrestler and a great student."
One other prospect next year to keep an eye at Teaneck is 5-foot-9, 180-pound cornerback Travis Warren.
"He runs track and is a legitimate 4.45-second runner. He's very smooth when he runs and has a great stride," he said. "This season he was named first team all-league as a safety. He was the leading tackler on our team and is a very physical player.
"He's very athletic and proved it this year by playing quarterback in our offense. He really reminds me a lot of Penn State's Michael Robinson. He's got that kind of build."
Warren is hearing from many of the same schools as Martinez including Penn State, Boston College, Virginia, Maryland, Rutgers and others.