It is never too early to take a look at some of the top underclassmen in the state of Ohio. Two that recruiters are already aware of are Upper Sandusky sophomore offensive lineman Isaac Anderson and Pickerington North freshman fullback Zach Boren.
The 6-foot-4 and 290-pound Anderson was Upper Sandusky's starting offensive left tackle during his freshman season and helped his team win eight of 11 games.
Anderson has picked up this season where he left off his freshman year and is playing very well from his tackle spot.
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Anderson has attended Ohio State's football camp two years in a row and has the Buckeyes high on his list.
Other schools he is interested in include Bowling Green, Cincinnati, Ohio, Indiana, Michigan State, Michigan.
And speaking of Michigan, might there be not only one more Boren headed to Ann Arbor, but two?
It is a difficult task to start as a true freshman at a Division I school, but that is excactly what Zach Boren is doing at Pickerington North.
The 6-foot-0 and 255-pound Boren made a huge immediate splash, rushing for 158 yards on just 12 carries and scoring three times in his first varsity game.
Zach is the son of former Michigan linebacker Mike Boren, and the younger brother of Michigan commitment Justin Boren, one of the country's top senior offensive line prospects.