Piscataway, N.J. is home to a few top juniors who recently finished off a state championship season. Athlete Kyle LaPorte already holds an early offer from Penn State and is seeing increased interest from a number of schools, as college coaches begin to make their way to Piscataway.
"Recruiting is going real good," said LaPorte. "Florida and Rutgers stopped by. Those visits went really good. I'm going to be at the Rutgers junior day and I've also been invited to West Virginia."
LaPorte, 5-foot-10 and 175-pounds, claims that Rutgers and West Virginia are the two schools showing the most current interest, and that he hopes to turn his full attention to recruiting now that his junior season has concluded.
"My season finished really good," said LaPorte. "We faced so much adversity and pressure, so all we needed was a chance. Every chance we got we took advantage of all the way up to the championship."
Playing wide receiver and cornerback this fall, LaPorte discussed his progress since last year.
"I am playing more physical and I'm actually using my football smarts on the field," said LaPorte. "I'm really improving as a leader and I have improved a lot in man coverage."