It's been over a month since Rivals last heard from three-star tight end Malcolm Bush. At that time the Hackensack, N.J. prospect decommitted from Rutgers, where is he at now?
"Basically, a few new schools have come into play, Maryland, Penn State and North Carolina State," he said. "Out of the schools I've already been looking at, I'm still looking at North Carolina and Pittsburgh."
The Terrapins, Nittany Lions or Wolfpack have offered. What is there situation?
"Maryland came by my school earlier this week, Penn State was at my school picking up film on Monday and North Carolina State came by the end of last week," he said. "They all know what I can do, they are just getting transcripts and film to show the head coaches."
Meanwhile, North Carolina is planning an in-home visit tonight, while Dave Wannstedt from Pittsburgh is expected in the next few weeks.
Has Bush set any official visits?
"After the state championship on Saturday I'm going to sit down with my dad and talk about officials," he said. "I know North Carolina and I'm pretty sure Pittsburgh will get them.
"I'd say I'm close to both of those and they are the ones I like. I like what Butch Davis did at Miami with the tight ends and getting them to the NFL. He's only had one recruiting class and turned that program around already.
"I'm really cool with Coach Hafley at Pittsburgh. I like the way they use their tight ends and I have a chance for early playing time."
Before all that, Bush has the state championship Saturday.
"It's definitely big, we haven't been there since 2004 and haven't won it since 2000," he stated. "Going out with a championship my senior year means everything.
"We came into the year with a new head coach and didn't know what to expect. We came off a losing season and now make drastic changes and every player has developed to a higher level. I'm proud of my team."