Devon Cajuste has picked up three new scholarship offers in a short period of time and he's already starting to put together a list of favorites. What schools are in a good position with the New York wide receiver?
Stanford and Purdue are two of the latest schools to offer the 6-foot-4, 220-pound wide receiver, while UConn's coaches have told him that an offer will be on the way.
Boston College, Rutgers, Maryland and Syracuse had already sent offers his way, and he's taking a hard look at a few schools that haven't offered.
For now, though, just five schools have cracked his list of favorites.
"Well, I have a top five so to speak," Cajuste said. "Stanford, Harvard, Boston College, UConn and Rutgers. It's a little bit (that he likes) about each one of them. I like all of the schools that have offered but if I could narrow it down a little bit more that's what it would be."
Though Harvard cannot offer Cajuste a scholarship the Ivy League school has caused him to take a serious look their way.
"I've been building relationships mainly with Maryland, Rutgers still and UConn," he said. "I've really been talking to all of those schools except Purdue. I haven't talked to them much yet, but that's because I just got the scholarship about a week ago."
Each school that has offered Cajuste, as well as Harvard, has come by Flushing (N.Y.) Holy Cross to check out Cajuste in person.
Cajuste does not want to attend any camps over the summer. He will, however, unofficially visit some schools. He said Stanford is one school that he will take a trip to in the coming weeks.