Ryan Poles of Canandaigua (N.Y.) Academy is ready to set up two official visits and will most likely wait until the middle of the season to set the last three.
One of the most dominant offensive linemen in the country, the 6-foot-5, 290-pound tackle will be contacting Boston College and Georgia soon to set up visits. Ryan's top five list is very impressive with Boston College and Tennessee leading the way. The final three schools include Georgia, Michigan State and Syracuse.
"I plan on calling both BC and Georgia this week to schedule official visits. I'll wait a bit to schedule Tennessee and the others. I want to see what other offers come in during the season, but I know for sure that I like Boston College and Georgia along with Tennessee."
Why no visit to Tennessee yet?
"I'm waiting for them to offer. They told me that they plan on offering, but are waiting to see how I do in the first few games this season. They were the first to call on Sunday along with Penn State, Georgia and Syracuse."
The one thing that Ryan is a little concerned with regarding Tennessee is the graduation rate among football players.
"When I went down there they had just built a new academic center across from there practice facilities that looked like it would get the job done. That is all very important to me and my parents."
Ryan's dad played for the Eagles of Boston College in the early 80s as a 6-foot-6, 280-pound defensive tackle.