Westerville (Ohio) South receiver B.J. Cunningham was one of the numerous special players on hand this past weekend at the Ohio State summer camp. While the 6-foot, 193-pounder might not have picked up an offer from the Buckeyes, he did enough to catch the attention of several other schools.
"I felt I did well at the camp," Cunningham said. "I felt I could have done a little better on the one on ones. I did well on all the drills. I would like to take away some of the bad routes I did, I know I can do better.
"After the camp (Ohio University) offered, Marshall offered, and (Bowling Green) showed some interest," he said. "I already had an offer from Cincinnati, Miami, Toledo, Akron and Ball State, so this could make things even tougher for me."
Cunningham said his coach wants him to commit some time here in the next few weeks, but at this point he's yet to find a clear cut leader. Plus, he has one more Big 10 camp to head off to.
"I'm going to Michigan State on July 10," he said. "After that maybe I'll have an idea of what I want to do."
Cunningham had an outstanding junior season. Cunningham caught 41 passes for 700 yards. He averaged 17 yards per reception and scored 15 times.