This Friday, Bergen Catholic will take on Don Bosco in New Jersey's Non-Public Group 4 final in what promises to be an exciting game.
It has been a hectic week for Bergen Catholic quarterback Tanner McEvoy, as you might expect.
On the one hand he's working hard with his teammates and preparing for that huge contest. On the other hand he's also got to focus on his future.
The 6-foot-5, 200-pound athlete has spent the last several months learning about the schools that have been recruiting him and he's finally about to hit the road for some official visits.
McEvoy has officials planned to South Carolina (December 10), Michigan (January 7), North Carolina (January 14) and Rutgers (January 21), and those four schools have separated themselves from the pack of late.
"I would put them as my top four," McEvoy said on Tuesday evening, echoing sentiments he has shared publicly over the past couple of weeks.
"I'm taking those four visits and I'm kind of just leaving that last visit open. I'm not sure what I'm going to do with it. I'll just see how things go with those four and see if I need to take the last one."
Coaches from Rutgers and Michigan visited Bergen Catholic's practice on Monday to express interest and get some face time with McEvoy.
Boston College will swing by and visit with McEvoy on Wednesday and a North Carolina coach will be attending his game against Don Bosco on Friday.