Manalapan, N.J. tight end Anthony Firkser claims a number of offers. The 6-foot-3, 220-pounder discussed the latest with his recruitment as numerous bigger schools are taking a look.
"I've got a lot of I-AA offers from Monmouth, New Hampshire, Colgate and Lafayette, I also have Buffalo," he said.
Buffalo is the lone scholarship from a Division I program, so what does he think of them.
"It's pretty cool," he said. "It's a big school, but I don't know a lot about them. I want to see what happens the rest of this summer."
Meanwhile, BCS schools are intrigued.
"Connecticut has shown the most interest since the beginning, Boston College has shown a little bit," he said. "I went to those two camps as well as Syracuse, Rutgers and Maryland.
"Connecticut told me they would stay in touch and they liked what they saw. For Syracuse, they got two commitments already from tight ends. Maryland said they'd be looking at me and liked me at camp."
So, does Firkser like any schools?
"I probably would like to see what offers I get before I narrow it down," he stated. "Academics is probably one of the most important things. I want to study something in finance or maybe engineering."
Firkser noted a desire to decide as early as September.
Firkser earned first team all-Shore honors as a junior after posting 45 receptions for approximately 700-yards and nine total touchdowns.
Not just a talented football player, Firkser is getting recruited for basketball.
"Mostly I'm getting it from Monmouth and New Hampshire, offers," he said. "I don't know if I'm leaning one way or another yet. I'm keeping everything open."