Blankenship still waiting

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Monaca (Pa.) Center Area offensive lineman Evan Blankenship attended Ohio State's senior advanced camp as expected on Friday.
Before the camp Blankenship said he did not expect to make a decision on his college till sometime in August, and that remains the case. But that doesn't mean things didn't go well for Blankenship on Saturday.
"I did the drills, but I only did most of them once," Blankenship said. "It went real well. I was very pleased with everything. I had a fun time."
Buckeye assistant Joe Daniels, who is recruiting Blankenship, was not able to make it to the camp due to health issues.
"I talked to Jim Tressel for a good five or ten minutes when I got there," Blankenship said. "And I talked to Jim Bollman. I had a little meeting with him before I went on a tour. He went on the tour with me."
At least for now Blankenship is holding to his word of a likely late July or August decision.
"As far as a commitment goes, I'm still shooting for before my senior season starts," he said. "Ohio State and Pitt are still my favorites. I can't say which one I like better. Let's just call them even for now."
The 6-foot-3 and 310-pounder, who has scholarship offers from Ohio State, Pitt and Temple, began the week at Michigan's camp.