After a season marred by horrible weather and then a concussion, Binghamton (N.Y) Seton Catholic Central quarterback Caleb Scepaniak is keeping his head up. Now with his junior season complete, Scepaniak will focus his attention on recruiting, which continues to keep him busy.
"We missed some games because of flooding then I got a concussion, but I'm feeling fine now," said Scepaniak. "This off-season I want to work on my movement in the pocket."
The 6-foot-5, 225-pound quarterback has offers from Buffalo, Cornell, Fordham and Wagner, and is garnering interest from Boston College, Syracuse, Connecticut, Penn State, Iowa, Wisconsin, Purdue, Illinois, Indiana, Duke and North Carolina State.
Scepaniak looks for a few specific things when trying to decide which school to attend.
"I need to have a good relationship with the coaches," he said. "The school has to have great academics and I want to go to a school where I'll have the chance to play."
When it comes to favorites, Scepaniak is not shy about naming names.
"My favorite was Penn State, but now I'm having second thoughts because of the situation there," he said. "I also enjoyed my visit to Connecticut. I live really close to Syracuse and my coach is pretty close with the Syracuse coaching staff. I really like Iowa and I've talked to their coach a lot."
Scepaniak is planning on going to Boston College's spring game and wants to schedule more visits. He also plans to go to the U.S. Army National Combine in San Antonio in January.