Offers are picking up for one of Pennsylvania's top prospects for 2014, Aliquippia, Pa. junior safety Dravon Henry. A huge offer just came in recently for the 6-foot-0, 185-pounder as he's over a half dozen scholarships.
"I can't remember all of my offers, but I know most," he said. "I've got scholarships from West Virginia, Ohio State, Pittsburgh, Rutgers, Toledo, Maryland and Kent State."
According to Henry, Ohio State pulled the trigger most recently.
"They offered about a week and a half ago," he said. "I haven't thought too much about it yet. It's Ohio State though, that's a big school."
Henry hasn't had much of an opportunity to think about recruiting as he has helped his team to an 11-0 record.
"We're doing well," he said. "We're undefeated and in the playoffs. I'm a lot faster this year than last. I think the big thing that stands out about my game now is my cuts and my ability to catch the ball in the air."
Recruiting hasn't been completely on the backburner though as Henry made a couple games to Pittsburgh.
"Pittsburgh has a nice facility. It's really nice there."
Still, Henry claims no leaders.
"I like a few of the schools, but I can't really speak on that until next year," he said. "I plan to take the SAT in December and then make a few more visits.
"I can say I want a place I can feel at home. I want somewhere my parents can come to and I would like somewhere known for defense. Location is not a really big deal to me."