Zayd Issah is taking his time with the recruiting process and he appears to be waiting a little while longer before he starts to set up his officials.
That means there's plenty of time for schools to get involved that haven't offered yet. However, those currently involved in his recruitment do have the upper hand, including a local school that has been written off by many other recruits.
That would be Penn State . The Lions aren't in contention for many top prospects these days, but Issah could be one they have a chance at.
"I don't have any visits set up yet but actually one of my best friends got a call from Penn State the other day and they're still recruiting me," Issah said. "I think I'm going to try to get up there."
It's that just a courtesy visit or is there real interest?
"I'm definitely not ruling them out. When it's time to make my decision I'll think about them. If that's where I feel like I want to go then that's where I'll go. I'm not ruling them out by any means.
"They're still a legit program. It's not like they're bad. They didn't take football away completely or anything so they've still got a chance."
After a rough start to the season with losses to Ohio and Virginia, Penn State has rebounded with four consecutive victories, including a late rally over Northwestern. That positive publicity could help Penn State with a few recruits that may not have otherwise thought of them any longer.