Defensive back Zach Guiser of Greensburg (Pa.) Greensburg Central Catholic recently picked up his first offer and has been working overtime to prove to coaches that he has what it takes to play at the highest level of college football.
"Recruiting is going well," said Guiser, who is 6-foot-1 and 193-pounds. "Delaware is supposed to offer when I get down to their campus. Last week I went down to Bowling Green and I went to Kent State this past weekend. I'm receiving a lot of letters and such from other schools."
On top of all of this, Guiser recently picked up his first offer from Buffalo. With all of this interest and visits, Guiser knows what he is looking for.
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"I want to see how I fit in with the team and the coaching staff," said Guiser. "Academics and football prestige follows that, and campus lifestyle is also important."
In December and January, Guiser attended both the Under Armour and Army All-American Combines with the hope of improving his game.
"It was fun," he said. "My 40 was a little slower, because of the electronic timing. I ran a 4.7, as opposed to my usual 4.4's. But it was fun competing against the best of the best and showing that I deserve to be there."
Guiser, who is mainly being recruited as a safety, will also compete with a 7-on-7 team during the summer, but has not finalized his summer camp schedule yet.
During his junior season Guiser finished with 85 tackles, two interceptions, 12 pass break up's and two blocked field goals. On offense he also added approximately 600 yards rushing on less than 60 carries.