Pleased with his performance at the U.S. Army Junior Combine, Binghamton (N.Y) Seton Catholic Central quarterback Caleb Scepaniak is excited to see the response he will get from college coaches.
"I've only been able to throw around once a week because I'm also playing basketball," said the U.S. Army National All-Combine Honorable Mention. "I think my mechanics really saved me. Hopefully I start getting more looks because I played pretty well."
The 6-foot-5, 225-pound quarterback says some schools are recruiting him a little harder than others.
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"Iowa, Boston College, UConn and Penn State have all been coming after me pretty hard lately," said Scepaniak. "Penn State is still one of my top choices. That's where I've always wanted to go, but now I'm not so sure. I think Coach O'Brien was the right guy to bring in. I like the spread offense he runs, as a thrower."
Scepaniak is trying to figure out his off-season travel plans.
"I'll probably go to a few more combines and camps," he said. "I'm definitely going to a lot of spring games. I'm just not sure which ones yet because a lot of schools have invited me."
Scepaniak has a scheduled an unofficial visit to Boston College on January 28th.