Baseball finished up a couple months back for Ramsey (N.J.) Don Bosco Prep linebacker Brian Callahan. That means the 6-foot-3, 200-pounder can now refocus his attention to football. What's been going on for the prospect the last couple of months?
"I went to Boston College's camp and I visited Louisville for a few days," he said. "Louisville was really nice and the football field is beautiful. The weight room is really nice and I liked the weight training coach there. He explained the work out routine and I really liked it.
"This was my third year going to Boston College's camp. The school and campus are really nice and last year we couldn't play on the field, but we got to this year and it was really good. I did pretty well there, the coaches just said I have to work out and get a little bit bigger."
Callahan still holds two offers from Louisville and Rutgers. Besides them, the prospect is also favoring Boston College, Iowa and Notre Dame.
"Iowa and Notre Dame both spoke to me and they've said they could use me, but I have to get bigger in the weight room," he said. "Once they see me increase in body, then we'll talk."
Has the No. 39 prospect in New Jersey considered official visits yet?
"I haven't really thought about that at all, but I plan to take all five of them," he said. "Most likely I'll do them after the season and then make my decision."
Practice just started on August 1st for the prospect.
"I just want to do whatever I can this year to help the team," he said. "I expect to win a state championship and our skill positions are really good."
Last season Callahan hauled in 101 yards receiving and produced 66 tackles and three interceptions on defense. He went on to be named first team and second team all-county on offense and defense.