Dan Fox of Cleveland St. Ignatius is one of the nation's top linebackers, but because he's been busy this spring a lot of people haven't talked much about him nationally.
That's Ok, because college coaches that heavily recruit Ohio area all over him.
The four-star outside linebacker has picked up offers from Cincinnati, Maryland, Michigan State, Northwestern, Virginia, Iowa, Stanford and Illinois. Plus, a new school came through with an offer this week and more might be on the way.
"I know Michigan was having a recruiting meeting," Fox, who is now 6-foot-4 and 219 pounds, said. "I think sometime this week coach Bruce Tall was going to call me up. Connecticut was looking to give me an offer pretty early. They said they are going to try and get it to me this week.
"West Virginia offered me this week. I am not sure about taking a visit (to West Virginia). They talked to my coach. I really haven't talked to them."
Once track is over, Fox said he's going to be busy this summer hitting several camps.
"I am going to Notre Dame's camp, and I am probably going to Boston College's camp, too," he said. "I talk to Notre Dame's coaches once every two weeks. I talk to Boston College the same. I talk to Virginia the most. I talk to a lot of the schools. But I like Virginia a lot. I like a lot of schools."
Fox said when he's not doing track, he's going to be working hard getting faster and better.
"I lift every day," he said. "I work on getting faster at track practice. Wednesday, I work out with a couple kids in my grade. I'll cover the wide receivers the quarterbacks will come out."
Fox also said he's worked hard this track season to get better and better.
"The season's been going pretty good," her said. "There is some good competition in the state. I run the 110-meter hurdles. My goal is to break 15 flat. All the kids are so much smaller than me, it's hard to keep up."
But get those smaller guys on the football field and it would be them trying to keep up with Fox.