Voorhees (N.J.) Eastern cornerback Logan Ryan took a couple visits and added an offer in the past couple weeks. Does the 5-foot-11, 175-pounder have any favorites?
"I went to Rutgers spring game two weeks ago and this past Saturday I went to Maryland's spring game," he stated. "I went to Maryland and it was great. The weather was 80 degrees, they were doing full special teams and the skill positions were great. I saw their defensive backs are older and leaving in the next two or three years. That means a new cycle of defensive backs is coming in.
"I also like the fact they run a five defensive back package and let the corners mix it up and blitz. They determine the defense."
On the visit to College Park, Ryan met with head coach Ralph Friedgen.
"It was my second time meeting him and he is down-to-earth and tells me like it is and how he likes me as a player," he said. "I like how he is just walking around talking to all the players. He knew my name, that meant a lot."
Ryan went on to discuss his trip to Rutgers.
"That was wild," he said. "A lot of people showed up for the spring game. The fans were cherring and it was the day after Tom Savage committed. I just recently became friends with him and they were cheering his name. I like how it's my home state and I definitely have a feeling for Rutgers. I do like that their cornerbacks are a bit older and they got against a great tandem of receivers.
"I've been there three or four times. Actually, Coach Schiano took a helicopter to my school in the winter. I was a bit star struck."
A new offer just came in for the Garden State prospect.
"Northwestern just offered me," he said. "Iowa stopped in the school and said they like my size.
"I think Iowa is close to offering along with Penn State and Stanford."
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Ryan maintains he has no favorites.
"It's a common question and I'm completely open," he said. "Every single school has something. Definitely academics are important. I want to get to know the coaches better and see the depth charts. I also want a feel for the players. It's got to feel right."