DeCicco names two favorites

Jefferson Hills (Pa.) Jefferson wide receiver and cornerback Dom DeCicco is a versatile and talented athlete. He could play a number of positions at the next level including wide receiver, safety, outside linebacker or even tight end.
The 6-foot-3 and 200-pound DeCicco caught 28 passes for close to 700 yards during his junior season. He scored 11 times on pass receptions.
DeCicco, who helped lead Jefferson to an 11-2 record, also intercepted five passes and had 15 total touchdowns. DeCicco did all this despite missing three games with a broken arm.
"Safety, outside linebacker, wide receiver, tight end -- those are the four positions I've been told by college coaches," DeCicco said. "It really doesn't matter to me."
A couple of schools have already stepped forward with scholarship offers.
"Pitt and Indiana offered," DeCicco said. "Both offered in writing."
DeCicco has visited the Panthers and plans to visit a number of other schools.
"I went to Pitt and Penn State for junior days," he said. "I'll visit Michigan sometime in the summer. I'll definitely visit Ohio State and West Virginia sometime pretty soon. I'll try to visit Tennessee too."
When asked which schools he is most interested in at this point, DeCicco said, "Pitt, Penn State, West Virginia, Iowa, Tennessee, Indiana, Ohio State and Arizona State.
"I like them all, but since Pitt and Indiana offered, they're at the top."