Going into last week Clark Summitt (Pa.) Abington offensive guard Sal Conaboy already has an offer list that would make most other prospects blush.
As the weeks go by Conaboy's offer list just continues to grow.
The 6-foot-5, 255-pound lineman is coveted for his agility, athleticism and footwork, all of which make him one of the top prospects in the Keystone State's Class of 2010.
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Conaboy said in the last week or so he has received offers from UConn, Marshall and New Hampshire.
"I'm gonna check them all out," he explained. "It's coming up. I'll know more when I visit everyone."
As for summer visits, Conaboy said he has no idea what he is going to do yet. He does have a tentative course of action he would like to take.
"I'm going to keep (the visits) close at first, and then I'll look more away from home. I think I'm gonna stick to mostly unofficial visits (as opposed to camps)."
Thus far Conaboy has shied away from coming out with any lists of favorites. He's hoping he'll have a better idea about all that after the summer.
"Once I try and visit as many schools as I can I'll sit down and narrow it down a little more. I'll probably narrow it down to five and then go from there. I'll most likely take some officials unless I go ahead and commit. I wish I could narrow it down some, but I really can't.
"All I can say is the schools I've visited so far have all been great. The last place I went was Rutgers, I think about two weeks ago, maybe a little more.
"The big thing for me is going to be finding the school where I'm most comfortable with the coaches and the players. Then it'll be the actual school side of things."