Rivals 100 running back LeSean McCoy out of Harrisburg (Pa.) Bishop McDevitt has approximately 40 offers on the table with more coming each day. He's only been on one unofficial visit so far, but plans on taking more. So who are his favorites?
"It was nice at Virginia and we got to stay for a while," he said of his trip to Charlottesville back in February. "They showed me a lot of respect and the facilities and coaches were nice."
McCoy also plans to take a visit to Penn State in April for the NIKE Camp.
As for offers, McCoy states he's up to approximately 40, with the most recent ones being from Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Tennessee and Florida. The early offers definitely seem to interest him in checking out those schools.
"I'm planning on visiting Michigan, Michigan State and Ohio State this summer," he said. "I also want to see Tennessee and I'll probably go to see Oklahoma because they just sent me an offer."
He went on about the Oklahoma offer and his recent discussions with their running backs coach Cale Gundy.
"I talked to him last night and they just sent me a written offer," he said. "I was all worked up talking to coach Gundy last night and he kept saying how they want me to come down for a visit."
Other schools that have peaked McCoy's interest include Florida.
"I wasn't too crazy about them until last month," he said. "But I like them a lot and I'm wondering a lot more about their offense and how I would fit in because I know they throw it a lot."
Other schools he's still hearing more from are Alabama, Florida State and Texas.
"Alabama has been talking to me a lot," he said. "I'm still waiting on Florida State and Texas to see what they are going to do, but they haven't offered yet."
Are any schools leading for the stud running back?
"Everything is the same right now, there are just so many schools in the picture and I'm still wide open," he said. "I'll probably try to work it down to a top five by this fall, but I don't have a timeline on when I'll do that."
This spring McCoy is also working out in preparation for combines along with focusing on his grades.
He also has big expectations for next year.
"I think we can probably be state champs next year," he said. "I'm definitely looking for that next season."
McCoy didn't think he'll attend any specific camps this summer, but he is planning to attend the Penn State Nike Camp in April and the Blue Chip Combine in May.
Some of the other schools that have offered the 5-foot-10, 193-pounder include Miami, Maryland, Virginia, West Virginia, North Carolina State and Penn State.
Last year McCoy ran for 2,828 and 22 touchdowns as he was named first team AAAA all-state selection by the Associated Press and Pennsylvania Football News. He was also Associated Press AAAA Player of the Year.