In the past week, York (Pa.) William Penn offensive tackle Richard Muldrow has added a few more offers. The 6-foot-8, 292-pounder is up to approximately a dozen scholarships now.
"I've got offers from Maryland, West Virginia, Vanderbilt, Rutgers, Boston College, Akron, Temple, Buffalo and recently I added ones from Bowling Green and North Carolina," he said. "The North Carolina offer is a big one and I grew up a fan of their basketball team. It felt really good to get an offer from one of my favorite schools and they are a big name."
Though he has quite a few offers, Muldrow insists he doesn't have any favorites.
"I'm wide open right now," he said. "I do like West Virginia's program a lot, but I wouldn't say they are a leader at all. I'm definitely keeping an eye on them because I like their honest coaching staff."
Meanwhile, the lineman prospect continues to receive plenty of other interest.
"I'm still hearing a lot from Georgia, Michigan, Penn State, Miami, North Carolina State, Purdue, Kansas State and a lot of other big-time schools," he said. "They all appear to be highly interested and have even stopped by my school."
This summer the Keystone State prospect plans to participate in a team camp at West Virginia. He is hoping to visit most of the schools that have offered for unofficial visits too.
Last season Muldrow earned first team all-conference and honorable mention all-state honors.