Scranton (Pa.) Prep defensive end Noah Beh continues to receive interest from additional schools while continuing to hold nine offers. Beh is also beginning to piece together a visit schedule, which at this time will likely take him to four schools during the spring.
"Recruiting has been pretty much steady," said Beh. "Nothing really new has happened."
Beh's most recent offers came in from Syracuse, Penn State and Massachusetts, and these three joined his previous offers from Boston College, Connecticut, Temple, Pittsburgh, Maryland and Colgate.
There are a few additional schools that have yet to offer, but are showing serious interest.
"A few schools have been contacting me, like Stanford, Nebraska, Rutgers, West Virginia and Michigan State," said Beh, who overall claims that the schools currently recruiting him the hardest are Boston College, Penn State, Pittsburgh, Syracuse and Maryland.
Next for Beh, he will hit the road this spring for visits to Boston College, Syracuse, Pittsburgh and Penn State.
"I want to see how the coach's coach, see how the players live every day, and get a feel of what it's like to go to school there," said Beh, who does not know when he will make his final decision. "I just want to see what's most comfortable for me."
Beh, 6-foot-7, 240 pounds, may also attend a few summer camps, but that is still up in the air.
"Possibly, but I'm not sure yet," he said. "I have a lot of planning to do."
In the meantime he will continue to prepare himself for his senior season.
"I'm lifting Monday thru Thursday and training on the weekends," said Beh. "I'm looking to improve my quickness, flexibility, overall strength and I want to put on good weight."