Fork Union (Va.) Fork Union Military Academy has a sleeper to watch this year. Though he hasn't received offers, the 6-foot-2, 245-pounder is getting quite a bit of interest.
"I don't have any offers, but a few schools are looking at me, North Carolina, NC State, Virginia and Virginia Tech," Fork Union Military Academy defensive end Osazuwamen Igbinosun said. "They are all just waiting for the season to conclude and then we'll send out a highlight tape. They will all take it from there."
Colleges are interested in the end.
"They like my physical abilities," he said. "They've seen film and see how I've gone against SEC linemen and like how I've performed. They are just waiting on game film to evaluate."
Does Igbinosun like anybody?
"Syracuse and Boston College," he said. "It's just cause I'm from around the area, I'm from New Jersey.
"I haven't really talked to Boston College lately, they recruited me in high school, but I have from Syracuse a bit."
With colleges picking up interest, Igbinosun is looking for a few things.
"I'm just looking to be able to commit on time, I plan to enroll on January 1st," he said. "Hopefully, I'll get an offer from two of my favorite schools, then I can evaluate both, but right now every school is up in the air."
In other news, Fork Union head coach John Shuman confirmed that three-star linebacker Jordan Montgomery has committed to South Carolina.
"We've been working with South Carolina a lot," he said. "He was a guy that was left out, we brought in here and he's cleaned it up.
"He is on track to be eligible at South Carolina in the second semester."
Rounding out players, Shuman discussed lineman Collins Langley.
"I like Collins he's a good player," he said. "He's changing his body, but he works hard. He was a guard in high school and size is going to be a factor for him.
"He's got a chance to get to a big-time BCS school. We're hitting the military academics looking at Navy and Army."