Already one of the most highly touted prospects in the 2015 class, Adam McLean has seen numerous national powerhouse programs come through North Potomac (Md.) Quince Orchard and the defensive lineman is developing strong relationships with more than a few schools.
"Ohio State earlier this week for their second visit," said the 6-foot, 266-pound McLean. "They tell my coach how they feel about me and I hear from my coach.
"I think I have a good relationship with every coach that has come to offer me or visit me," he said. "The ones that stand out are the ones that try to get to know you as a person. Virginia Tech, Nebraska, N.C. State, Florida State, Michigan State and Ohio State are the schools that show a lot of interest."
One of those schools is recruiting McLean harder than the rest.
"Nebraska has been really on me," he said. "They have me as the top recruit in the 2015 class. They are really on me hard. Virginia Tech is the same deal. Michigan State and N.C. State are recruiting me pretty hard also.
"I have schedule an unofficial visit to Nebraska in mid June," McLean said. "I'm going for the Big Red weekend. I want to hang with the coaches and get to know the players. I want to see what type of chemistry we have."
The next school to offer McLean is sure to surprise him because he doesn't have a clue about which one it will be.
"I have no idea where my next offer might come from," he said. "The past few offers have really shocked me. I haven't really been expecting some of the offers that I've gotten. Michigan State might around the beginning of the upcoming season."
McLean currently has offers from Florida State, Nebraska, N.C. State, Old Dominion, Rutgers, Virginia Tech and Akron.