Athlete Brian Callahan is a versatile player, who still holds two offers, but at this point in recruiting he's still just taking it all in.
The Ramsey (N.J.) Don Bosco Prep prospect has a written offer from Rutgers and a verbal from Louisville.
"I don't know too much about Louisville," he said. "I just want to go and check it out like all the schools and see which one is best for me."
The 6-foot-3, 200-pound Callahan went into more detail about in-state school Rutgers.
"Rutgers has been changing around a lot," he said. "I went to their junior day and they have so much nice equipment and I can tell they are definitely going to be improving. Next year they'll have a much better season. The visit was neat to see how nice everything was growing and building up."
Other schools that have shown interest in the versatile prospect include Notre Dame, Connecticut, Iowa, Alabama and Rutgers.
During the offseason, Callahan is staying busy playing baseball.
"Right now I've been working out and playing baseball," he said. "Hopefully we'll have a better season than last year."
As for what position he's being recruited as, that is still very much in limbo.
"Most teams aren't really saying specific positions for me yet," he said. "Many of them say it depends on how my body develops next year. I can play tight end, wide receiver, linebacker or free safety. It doesn't really matter to me what I play, as long as I get on the field."
Callahan still wasn't sure on combines he might attend.
This summer the prospect knows he'll at least attend camp at Boston College with the rest of his Don Bosco teammates.
Last season, Callahan caught 11 passes for 101 yards. On defense, he recorded 66 tackles and three interceptions. Callahan also went on to be named first team all-county on defense and second team all-county on offense.