"I have an offer from Wisconsin," running back Albert Young said. "They're in my top two."
"And I'm looking at Ohio State. And I've been hearing a lot lately from Michigan State. Those are the Big Ten schools I'm looking at."
"My top five are Wisconsin, Colorado, Virginia Tech, South Carolina, and Boston College."
"Then there's also Ohio State and Rutgers. Those are the next two."
"Wisconsin, Colorado, Boston College, and Rutgers have offered, and Virginia Tech and South Carolina said they were going to."
Young, a 5-foot-10 and 205 pounder from Moorestown, N.J., has been a varsity starter since his freshman season when he split time between running back and wide receiver. He has a 2.5 GPA and scored an 18 on the ACT.
Young gained 500 yards during his freshman season and 2007 his sophomore year. During his junior season he gained 1200 yards despite missing three games with a strained knee ligament.