Pottsville, Pa., offensive lineman Brad Hallick is a talented and versatile offensive lineman that should have a fine future ahead of him at the next level. How versatile is Hallick?
"I've played guard and tackle at Pottsville," Hallick said. "I could play center, guard, or tackle in college. It just depends who you talk to."
Several schools have already decided they want Hallick.
"So far Virginia, Vanderbilt, Rutgers, and Temple have offered," Hallick said. "And when Stanford was in Friday they seemed very interested."
Hallick is an excellent student who knows what he is looking for in a college.
"I'm looking for a good academic school with a good football program," he said. "As of now Virginia and Vanderbilt are definitely my top two. Then there's Stanford, Michigan State, Rutgers, Temple, and Syracuse."
Hallick has already visited a number of schools and would like to select his college before the end of the summer.
"I've been to a Pitt junior day, a Northwestern junior day, and I've also visited Vanderbilt, Rutgers, Virginia, and Syracuse," Hallick said. "And I'll probably go to Stanford in the summer.
"I'd like to make a decision before the football season starts."
The 6-foot-6 and 281-pound Hallick led his team to a 13-2 record during his junior season. He graded out at 87% blocking efficiency as Pottsville reached the state championship game.