It's been two weeks since linebacker Anton Narinskiy visited Iowa, but the experience hasn't left him. The Hawkeyes are in the driver's seat in the race for his services, but other schools aren't giving up just yet.
"Right now Iowa is number one," said Narinskiy, a native of Russia. "I really enjoyed the visit to their school and their football team is getting better and gaining more respect. Boston College is still a possibility, but I'd give the edge to Iowa for now."
Both Iowa and Boston College have offered Narinskiy, as have schools like Louisville, Stanford and West Virginia. Who else is the 6-foot-4, 220-pound linebacker from Chagrin Falls (Oh.) Kenston interested in?
"Stanford and Maryland are just a little behind Iowa and Boston College," he said. "I would still like to take more official visits, and those two schools could be places I go. Once I've decided I'm done with visits I'll make my decision. But if I had to decide today, it would be Iowa."
Though Narinskiy's Kenston squad finished just 4-6 this year, he recorded 165 tackles and had two interceptions.