Canton (Ohio) McKinley linebacker Jewone Snow is off to a good start in his senior season, but it's not as though he needs to impress any more colleges. Snow is perfectly content with the current offer list he has.
The 6-foot-3, 237-pound prospect from the Buckeye State and his teammates are off to a 1-1 start through two games this fall. In McKinley's first game the opponent couldn't keep the score close, so Snow only played for about a quarter and a half. In the second game of his season he recorded 11 tackles, broke up a pass and picked off another.
It's too early for Snow to rattle off a long list of official visits, but he does know of one trip he will be making already.
"I only have one set up. I'm going to Purdue on September 26 or something like that. That's against Notre Dame. It's going to be a night game. I wanted to go see them play Ohio State but I didn't know Purdue played Notre Dame. They asked me if I would like to go to that one, so I am."
Snow said he also wants to take official visits to West Virginia, Pitt, Illinois and Michigan State, admitting that those four, plus Purdue, form his list of favorites.
"My two favorites are Purdue and West Virginia, though," Snow said, narrowing it down even more.
He did not indicate that he has a timeframe for making his decision.