Wexford (Pa.) North Allegheny defensive end Justin Haser has one school at the top of his list and several others have offered.
The 6-foot-5, 235-pound line prospect spoke with Rivals.com on Monday evening and broke down the recruiting process in great detail.
"I've been in contact with West Virginia, Pitt, Ohio U, Youngstown State, Bowling Green and Delaware," he explained. "Ohio U, Youngstown State, Bowling Green and Delaware have offered but West Virginia and Pitt are just interested."
It appears as though Haser will be content to wait things out to find out whether he will pick up more offers. He has a favorite but the coaches have told him they aren't in a rush for him to pull the trigger on a commitment.
"I'm probably gonna take a visit to Ohio U because that's my number one [school] right now," Haser said, noting that it would probably be an official visit. "That'll happen down the road and I guess I'll just have to set up the other ones.
"I've talked to their coaches and they've said it would be okay if I waited until after the season [to make a decision] because that's when I want to do it."
North Allegheny is 5-0 on the season and Haser has been a huge factor on both sides of the ball. As a left tackle he has helped pave the way for his running back to rush for 1,000 yards in just five games, while the defense as a whole that he is a part of has surrendered just 27 points on the season.