Defensive lineman Dwayne Hendricks is one of the most highly recruited players in the Garden state. He set up official visits to Iowa and Michigan in September, and now he's scheduled a third.
"I'm going to Miami on an official visit. To be honest I'm not sure when it's going to be," he laughed. "But I know the Miami visit is scheduled. I'm going to Michigan in a couple of weeks and Iowa in the middle of December."
Does he have any idea where he'd like to take his two remaining visits?
"I'm not sure yet, but I'll choose from schools like Ohio State, UCLA, Tennessee, Florida and Notre Dame. All those are places I could see myself visiting. I like all of them, so it'll be tough to choose just two."
The 6-foot-4, 246 pound defensive lineman is off to a solid start in his senior campaign, and his Millville, N.J. squad is 2-2.
"We're 2-2 right now, but I think we're going to put together a good run here in the middle of the season. For the year I think I have like 29 tackles, an interception and a fumble recovery."
Does he have any leaders?
"No, I'm still wide open," said Hendricks. "I'm looking at just about everyone that's interested in me. I just want to play big-time college football. I might know more after my official visits. My decision will be based on the overall feel I get of each school. It has to have the complete package as a school, football program and social environment."