Paramus, N.J. offensive tackle Zack Chibane pulled in his first offer last week. The 6-foot-5, 288-pounder landed the scholarship from one of the top teams in the Big East.
"I got an offer from South Florida," he said. "My initial reaction was that it was one of the most exciting moments of my life. They were the No. 2 team in the nation at one point last year and a big-time school.
"I haven't watched too much of them, but I saw the Rutgers game. They have a good football program and a nice campus. My grandma lives down there so that is good."
The Bulls may have pulled the trigger, but other schools are interested.
"I'm basically hearing from all the schools in the Big East along with Temple, Delaware and Maryland," he said. "My June is packed with camps to see more schools.
"On Sunday I'm going to Temple, then next Saturday to Connecticut, the 18th to Syracuse at Wagner University and the 20th to Maryland. I have Boston College with my team on the 24th of this month and then in July I'm thinking about I-AA schools like Delaware and JMU."
What does Chibane want to see on his upcoming visits?
"It's a good opportunity to see how the coaches coach and interact with the players."
Currently the Garden State prospect maintains he has no favorites.