Junior tight end Jonathan Baldwin is a two-sport star for Aliquippa, Pa. Plenty of schools in both football and basketball have taken notice of the 6-foot-6, 215-pounder. Is Baldwin favoring a sport or school at this time?
"For football, I've got scholarships from Michigan, Georgia Tech, West Virginia, Michigan State, Pittsburgh and Notre Dame. I think that's mainly it right now."
Currently the 2008 star is favoring one school for football and one for basketball.
"My favorite football school is Michigan and basketball is Marquette," he said. "I like Michigan because I went up there for their game against Michigan State and saw the facilities. I personally met Lloyd Carr and he let me know I had a scholarship. He's a really nice coach. Along with that, I can say I like everything about them including what they have to offer me education wise.
"I also like the fact that the coaches told me I could play both sports at Michigan. That really interests me a lot if I can do that."
As for basketball, Baldwin is favoring Marquette.
"I always used to watch Dwyane Wade when he was there and now in the NBA," he said. "I like how he went from there to the NBA. I really like the program in general a lot."
Plenty of other schools are trying to get their foot in the door for the Keystone State star. Pittsburgh, Louisville, Tennessee, West Virginia, Purdue, Wake Forest, Southern Cal and Wake Forest are also offering the opportunity to play both sports.
This season, Baldwin hauled in 21 receptions for 370 yards and five touchdowns. He added 23 tackles, two sacks and one interception on defense.
Last year on the hardwood, Baldwin averaged 18.3 points per game and nine rebounds.