Many recruiters are not concerned about Lemont, Ill., offensive lineman David Molk's height. The 6-foot-1 and 270-pound Molk has scholarship offers from over half of the schools in the Big Ten as well as others.
"I have 14 offers now," Molk said. "Wisconsin, Michigan, West Virginia, and Arizona State offered last week."
When asked which he is interested in, Molk said, "I really don't have any favorites. Other than two MAC offers, I'm considering everyone that has offered."
Molk went on to list most of his other offers.
"Northwestern, Minnesota, Iowa State, Michigan State, Purdue, Iowa, and Vanderbilt have offered," he said.
Molk will use the summer to check out a number of colleges.
"I went to Notre Dame's camp June 3," he said. "I'm going to Michigan June 19. I'm going to Wisconsin June 23 for a visit. And I'm going to West Virginia for a visit June 20 or 21. I think I'll head out to Arizona State too."
Molk has a rough idea of when he wants to select a college.
"I am going to try to make my decision before the football season starts," he said. "But I can't guarantee that."
Molk has been a starter on the Lemont offensive line since the beginning of his sophomore season. He helped lead his team to a 10-2 record his junior year.