It's been a busy summer for Indianapolis (Ind.) Cathedral safety Jake Zupancic. The 5-foot-11, 196-pounder camped at numerous schools, but continues to claim one offer from the Pac-10.
"I have been busy, I just finished up all my summer camps," he said. "Most recently I went to Western Kentucky. I really liked that and their coaching staff was very welcoming. The fans were great and I love the campus."
Western Kentucky is one of many schools still monitoring the two-star prospect.
"All the other coaches from Louisville, Western Kentucky, Indiana, Purdue, Northwestern, Central Michigan, Toledo and Akron said they are going to watch my first two games and then make a decision."
At this time, Stanford continues to be the sole offer on the table.
"I actually went out there for a visit in June and they have a very impressive campus," he said. "They have top of the line academics and are definitely high on my list."
Two other schools have caught Zupancic's eye as well.
"I was really impressed with Western Kentucky along with Bowling Green," he said. "Bowling Green is a good distance from home and my sister goes to Vanderbilt which is just an hour south."
Zupancic and Cathedral open two-a-days next week on August 3rd.
"I've gained about 20-pounds since my junior year and have definitely gotten stronger and faster. Hopefully we do well as a team."