Offensive tackle Nick Lepak out of Auburn, N.Y. continues to hold a lone offer from Syracuse. Other schools are beginning to take notice of the 6-foot-5, 340-pounder. Is anyone about to offer?
"I'm still in touch with Syracuse since they offered," he said. "I plan to go up there for spring practice.
"I've been calling Nebraska and Duke as well. Nebraska's coach brought up some information about scholarships and I believe Duke is very interested. Maryland and Penn State are showing a lot of interest too."
Lepak plans to make his way up to Syracuse in the next week.
"I've already met the coaches, the main thing I want to find out more about is the academics and criminal justice program," he said. "There's not too much I need to know. Coach Robinson has already laid everything out on the table.
"After that trip, I'm definitely going to go other places later this spring or early summer. I'll probably go to Boston College, Notre Dame and Duke."
Four schools are currently standing out to the gigantic tackle.
"I am very interested in Syracuse because they are right in my backyard and a great school with good coaches," he said. "Boston College is very appealing to me too, but I've got to see that more. From what I've looked up about Duke, I've seen some good things and then obviously Notre Dame is a great school."
With such a wide variety of leaders, what is Lepak looking for in a college?
"I'm just looking to find a school that has one of the better systems for my major, criminal justice and somewhere I get along with all the coaches," he said. "Location doesn't really play that much into it. I'm open to anyone that shows me interest."