Quarterback Brandon Hill out of Audubon, N.J. is sitting on one scholarship from the Big East. The offer is one of four schools showing the 6-foot-5, 210-pounder the most interest. Is anyone else close to offering?
"Things are going well, I've been in touch with the Purdue coaches and Connecticut coaches," he said. "Rutgers is still my only offer. I think the rest of the schools want to see me in person. Right now the schools showing the most interest are Purdue, Connecticut, Maryland and Rutgers."
Visits are coming up for Hill in the near future.
"I think I'll go to Connecticut this weekend some time and then I'll probably go see Purdue, Rutgers and Maryland soon."
While those four are the schools showing the most interest, Hill wants to look at others as well.
"I want to focus outside of just them," he said. "I like Miami a lot. I just sent them my tape.
"I like the way they play and they always have a decent quarterback. I'm waiting to hear back, I hope they like me."
The Garden State prospect went into detail about what he's looking for in a college.
"I'm looking for a good coach, good system and a team that is moving forward," he said. "I want a school that fits my style of play. I'm a pro-style quarterback and I want to make sure it's a system that knows my potential. I'm a pocket passer.
"I kind of want to go somewhere warmer, but that doesn't matter at all. I want a good campus and good people. I also want to get a good business degree."
Hill put together a solid junior campaign in which he posted 15 touchdowns to four interceptions on his way to first team all-conference honors.