West Allegheny (Pa.) Imperial's Dorin Dickerson, one of the top prospects in the Keystone state, has over a dozen scholarship offers. And while the 6-foot-2 and 205 pounder is looking at a number of schools that have offered, he is looking very hard at some others as well.
Dickerson is a versatile athelete who did it all for his team during his junior season. He played running back, wide receiver, outside linebacker, safety, and quarterback.
"I'm getting recruited as a wide receiver," Dickerson said. "That's what I want to play.
"I have about 15 offers. I'm going to take a look at USC, Florida, Michigan, Penn State, and Pitt. And Ohio State and Miami. Of those Michigan, Penn State, and Pitt have offered."
Asked who else has offered, Dickerson said, "Iowa, Wisconsin, LSU, West Virginia, Purdue, Boston College, North Carolina, Akron, Rutgers, and a few others. I'm not looking at those schools as much as the others.
"I've visited Pitt of course, and Penn State. I went to junior days at both and Pitt's spring game.
"This summer I'm going to visit Michigan, USC, and probably Florida.
"I've got calls from Florida, USC, Michigan, Pitt, Syracuse, and Boston College.
Dickerson rushed for 1065 yards, averaged 7.3 per carry, and scored 21 times during his junior season. He also caught 26 passes, made 58 tackles, and intercepted three passes.