Offers continue to come in for Ashburn (Va.) Briar Woods tight end Cameron Serigne. The 6-foot-3, 225-pounder is up to four scholarships and is continuing to gain interest.
"I've got offers from Air Force, James Madison, Ohio and UMass," he said. "I'm definitely happy about the offers. I'm going to check them out. But, right now it's about going to visit schools, seeing what's the best fit for me."
To date, Serigne has visited Ohio, James Madison, Duke and Temple.
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"Temple and I have been talking a lot lately. Boston College is another school that is talking along with Stanford and Virginia. Boston College is waiting to get back to me; I've got to talk to their coaches about the next step."
Is Serigne setting up visits?
"Virginia wants me down and I'll probably go at the end of May or early June," he said. "I'm going to Stanford's camp on June 21st too."
Serigne maintains no favorites at this point in time.
"I like everyone I've been to," he said. "Everywhere has been really nice and I'm trying to find out what school is best for me, the environment and the education, all that.
"For me, it's the football environment and the education. I'm kind of gauging the offense and the way they use their tight ends and linebackers. I'm trying to find where I'll fit in best."