Signing Day is inching closer and while most of the region's top talent was identified long before now there are still new names emerging.
Mark Glowinski is a 6-foot-5, 290-pound offensive lineman from Scranton (Pa.) Lackwanna C.C. A native of the Keystone State, Glowinski already has offers from Akron, UConn, West Virginia and Eastern Kentucky to his credit.
The only schools he has visited so far are NC State and Rutgers. Neither school has offered but both are taking a look at his transcripts and like what they've seen from watching him in action.
Lackawanna's season is still going on as the school will be playing in a bowl game in Kansas on December 3.
"I think in January I'll take some officials," he noted. "I was thinking about maybe going to West Virginia or USF. Places like that. I haven't really thought it all out yet. I'm not really in a hurry.
"West Virginia has offered and I've been talking to USF pretty heavily, too."
One reason Glowinski has emerged is his athleticism and ability to play any position along the offensive line.
"I'm looking for a school where I'd get a good education and where they'll make sure I'm doing what I'm supposed to do," he said. "The classes are pretty much the same at all these schools."