Pittsburgh (Pa.) Woodland Hills has become known for producing great athletes with Michigan signee Steve Breaston last year and current star Ryan Mundy this season. So will Mundy follow his ex-teammate to Ann Arbor?
"I don't think Steve being there will be a factor," said the 6-foot-2, 200-pound safety/wide receiver. "Right now it's too close to call between Michigan and Pitt."
Mundy, who caught two touchdown passes this past weekend to lead his team to victory, has two official visits scheduled.
"I go to Michigan for Nov.1 it looks like and I have Virginia set for Dec. 13," he said. "I don't need to take an official visit to Pitt because I've been there so much. If I need more visits, it will be between Florida, NC State, Maryland, Georgia Tech, Notre Dame, and possibly Penn State."
Mundy, who caught a 99-yard TD pass this weekend to set a team record, could play offense or defense in college.
"I don't really have a preference," he said. "It looks like most schools want me as a defensive back so that's fine with me."
And how will he break the tie between Michigan and Pitt?
"I'm not really sure," he said. "It's not just those two either. Virginia and the others have a chance as well."