Greenbelt (Md.) Eleanor Roosevelt defensive end Dalonte Wallace is starting to pick up offers. The 6-foot-1, 205-pounder claims four scholarships at this time mostly from the MAC.
"Right now I have four offers and am sifting through the process of summer camps," he said. "I've got offers from Buffalo, Eastern Michigan, Akron and James Madison. I've done some research on those colleges and they are all good program that I think I can make a difference at. All of them are on the same level and I'm interested. I plan to check them out when I can."
Meanwhile, a few other schools are close to offering.
"I know Syracuse is very interested as is NC State," he said. "They only question my size and I think I can erase that when camp time comes around.
"I'm also looking at going to North Carolina, Penn State and Virginia Tech for camps."
Do any schools lead for Wallace?
"The ones that have offered, Eastern Michigan, Buffalo and James Madison are catching my eye," he said. "Eastern Michigan was my first offer and took a chance on me, while I've got a teammate that's going to Buffalo and JMU has been in contact with me a lot, but I'm still open.
"Basically, I want a college that will first support me academically. After that, I want nice facilities and want to see the type of people I'll be working with, players and coaches. I also want a solid business school. Position doesn't totally matter, but I know Eastern Michigan and Virginia Tech are talking about defensive end, the others aren't discussing a position yet."
The Maryland prospect earned first team all-league and all-extra after registering 92 tackles and 11 sacks.