"I went to Ohio State's senior camp," defensive back Ted Ginn Jr. said. "It was great. I liked the defensive back drills."
"I went to Michigan and Pitt's camps too. I'm all done now."
"Truthfully I'm looking at everybody. I'll narrow it down after the season."
"Michigan, Ohio State, Pitt, Wisconsin, Iowa, Miami, Purdue, West Virginia, Tennessee, USC, they've all offered me. There's only a few schools that haven't."
Ginn has former teammates Donte Whitner, Dareus Hiley, and Troy Smith playing for Ohio State and Pierre Woods at Michigan.
"That won't affect my decision," Ginn said.
The 6-foot-1 and 170 pounder from Cleveland (Ohio) Glenville is one of the country's top five overall prospects and the nation's best cornerback. Ginn picked off seven passes during his sophomore season and eight more as a junior. He has a 3.7 GPA and scored a 19 on the ACT.