Frederick (Md.) Linganore athlete Zack Zwinak is pulling offers from a number of colleges. He is far from the only talent at the school though as teammate and lineman Robby Havenstein holds an offer too and two other prospects are receiving interest as well.
"He's got an offer from Maryland," Linganore head coach Richard Conner said. "Penn State, West Virginia, California, Rutgers, Virginia Tech and Pittsburgh are in on him too. Teams have been in on him lately."
Conner discussed Havenstein more.
"He is one of the toughest guys in the area, he's great at the point of attack and can make all the blocks," he said. "He can move a lot and benches over 300-pounds. He's a big strong kid with great feet. He is an athlete.
"In fact, he kicks punts for us and is our backup kicker. He could throw the ball if we needed him to do that. He can throw it 50 or 60-yards."
While Zwinak and Havenstein are the stars, two other players are getting interest too.
One of those is 6-foot-0, 185-pound wide receiver Ryan Dixon.
"His ball skills are as good as anyone in the country, he can run," he stated. "He had about 50 catches for 1,000-yards. Nobody could stop him.
"He is also a basketball guy. He's very competitive, has good speed and can block too. He can do it all."
Rounding out the quartet of talent is 6-foot-1, 185-pound kicker Alex Eckard.
"He's a good athlete and Duke already really likes him," he said. "He's going to kick for free somewhere.
"He's a Bill Renner guy. He already broke the Maryland state record for points in a season and next year he has a chance to break the all-time record from Josh Brown.
"He made 72-of-74 extra points and was 7-of-10 field goals last season."