Catawissa (Pa.) Southern Columbia fullback Henry Hynoski doesn't have a scholarship offer on the table from Ohio State. However he feels the Buckeyes are eventually going to join the other schools that have offered him a scholarship.
"They told me I'm their No. 1 fullback prospect," Hynoski said. "I have a feeling they're going to offer.
While the Buckeyes haven't offered, others have.
"I have three offers right now," Hynoski said. "Pitt, Rutgers, and Temple have offered. From what I gather from our head coach, there's going to be a bunch more coming in May."
Hynoski has a list of schools who he thinks may eventually step forward with an offer.
"Iowa, Northwestern, Michigan State, and Ohio State, they're the ones that show the most interest," he said. "And Notre Dame and Kansas State too."
Hynoski has visited a number of schools.
"I went to Michigan last year," he said. "I've been to Penn State a few times and Ohio State a few times. I've been to Pitt a lot. I've been down to Virginia.
"There's a bunch more I'll go to after baseball is over. Iowa wants me to come out. I'll probably go out to Stanford."
Hynoski said coaches from West Virginia, Temple, Richmond, and Penn are among the ones that have been out to his school so far.
The 6-foot-1 and 240-pound Hynoski rushed for 2186 yards and averaged over 10 yards per carry during his junior season. He scored 35 times and has close to 5000 rushing yards going into his senior season.