Rutgers was the first school to verbally offer Charles Callinan and the Garden State junior is set to take another trip to the Big East school.
Callinan's only offer thus far is from the Scarlet Knights and he's very familiar with Greg Schiano's program, both because of the early interest they've shown and their proximity to his home.
During the offseason Callinan should have a busy schedule. He will be attending the Junior Rank combine in Phoenix shortly and that's followed immediately by the U.S. Army All-American Combine in San Antonio. If those events go well Callinan could be looking at more offers. For now, though, much of his attention is focused on Rutgers.
"College-wise this Saturday I'm going to Rutgers for the day to hang out and watch practice," Callinan said. "I'm going to hang out with the coaches.
"Probably in the next couple of weeks I'll decide on doing some other stuff, too."
Boston College, Notre Dame, Michigan State, Michigan, Wisconsin, Nebraska, South Carolina, Iowa and Purdue are some of the schools that have shown the most interest in Callinan, other than Rutgers of course.
Coaches from several of those schools will be stopping by Jersey City (N.J.) St. Peter's to check out Callinan and a host of other prospects.