Ginn ready to listen to track coaches

"We had a scrimmage last Saturday," cornerback Ted Ginn Jr. said. "It went pretty good. But they (Shaker Heights) didn't come my way much."
"I haven't narrowed my list yet. The track coaches are calling now. I want to let them come in and listen to what they say."
"You can only take five official visits for everything, not five for each sport. So I want to listen to what everybody says."
"Ohio State and Michigan offered me. Pitt, Wisconsin, Iowa, they all offered. Miami, USC, everybody's called and offered."
"I'm just waiting it out. I'll try to get to some college games when the season starts."
The 6-foot-1 and 170 pound Ginn, from Cleveland (Ohio) Glenville, intercepted eight passes during his junior season and seven his sophomore year. Ginn is the number one cornerback prospect.