Westerville (Ohio) South three-star receiver B.J. Cunningham said after he blew up at the Ohio State summer camp and picked up several new offers that he might decide to end the recruiting process early, rather than later. But then preparation for the football season took over and now it seems that recruiting has been pushed to the backburner.
"Nothing major is new," Cunningham, who is 6-foot and 193 pounds, said.
"I've decided I'm going to wait it out a little bit. I want to see what happens with Big 10 teams like Ohio State and Michigan State. I was hoping to make it up to Michigan State's camp, but I couldn't make it."
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Cunningham does have some impressive options to consider, though. He lists offers from Cincinnati, Akron, Marshall, Miami of Ohio, Ohio and Toledo.
"My top two would have to be Miami and Cincinnati," he said.
"I just think I could be really good fits at those places, but we'll just have to see. I want to probably try to take some official visits now and see how things play out."
Cunningham and his teammates have been working hard in 7-on-7 ball the past few days. On Wednesday night, he said he was tired from a long day of preparation, but he knows the season opener against Massillon Jackson is just right around the corner.
"We have to go there," Cunningham said. "And we know it's going to be a big one."