York (Pa.) Penn offensive lineman Richard Muldrow is one of the biggest and best offensive line prospects in the Keystone state.
The 6-foot-8 and 292-pound Muldrow is not only huge, but athletic. In fact Muldrow averages 12 points and 10 rebounds per game in basketball and is drawing some interest from recruiters in that sport too.
But look for Muldrow to play on the grid-iron at the next level.
"I have seven offers so far," Muldrow said. "Vanderbilt, Boston College, Maryland, West Virginia, Temple, Akron and Rutgers have offered. I'm looking at all of them, but there's more."
The list of other schools that are interested is an impressive one.
"I'm also looking at Miami of Florida, Ohio State, Virginia, North Carolina State, Pitt, Penn State, Connecticut, Louisville and Georgia Tech," Muldrow said. "I get letters from all of them. I've heard from pretty much all of the Big Ten."
Muldrow has visited a number of schools.
"I attended junior days at Rutgers, Penn State, Maryland and West Virginia," he said. "I went to Penn State's spring game and Maryland's spring game."
Muldrow has many other trips in mind.
"I plan on going to Florida, Florida State, Miami, Michigan, Ohio State and Notre Dame," Muldrow said. "I'm sending Ohio State a film."
Despite his scholarship offers, Muldrow is not close to making a decision on his college.
"I'm still wide open," Muldrow said. "I'm going to wait and take official visits."
Muldrow is a dominating run blocker who graded out at 90% efficiency during his junior season. With his frame Muldrow should easily weigh over 300 pounds at the next level, and once he gets on a college weight program he could be a scary sight for opposing defensive linemen.