Pennsylvania athlete Zayd Issah is building a nice offer list and so far he has visited three schools.
Issah does a little bit of everything for Harrisburg (Pa.) Central Dauphin and he lines up all over the field.
Last year alone he spent time at running back, wide receiver, linebacker, safety and even defensive end as a situational pass rusher.
What does the recruiting scene look like so far?
"I've been to Rutgers, Maryland and Penn State. That's been it so far," Issah said.
It sounds like each of those schools has made their points effectively and Issah had good things to say about all three.
"What stuck out to me about Rutgers was how they're big on a family atmosphere and all that stuff. You can tell all the players and the coaches have a great relationship. They're all close friends," he explained.
"I really liked the coaches down at Maryland. I like how close it is to D.C. and it's pretty close to home. That isn't a deciding thing for me but it would be nice to be able to visit.
"With Penn State I just like all the forward progress they're making. You can tell all the changes they've made have been for the better," he said.
Issah said he doesn't have any favorites and will continue to take visits in the spring and summer.
Last year he had more than 2,000 yards of total offense, rushing and receiving combined, and he recorded 123 tackles and 14 sacks on defense.