"I'm being a little more selective on schools," Chagrin Falls, Ohio, wide receiver Brian Robiskie said. "The main three are USC, Miami, and Ohio State.
"I'm thinking about an official visit to USC. They want me to come out and take a look. I'm still talking to Ohio State. Miami, I have a scholarship offer from them.
"USC and Miami are two definite visits when the season is over.
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"I have scholarship offers from Penn State and some others in the Big Ten, but I'm not interested in going to those schools."
But Ohio State is certainly a school Robiskie has an interest in.
"Coach Tucker came up and saw me play," Robiskie said. "He calls each week. I'm going to the Ohio State-Michigan game.
"And when the Browns play down at Miami, if Miami (Hurricanes) is home that weekend, I might go down for an unofficial visit."
The 6-foot-3 and 190 pound Robiskie, the son of Cleveland Browns offensive coordinator Terry Robiskie, caught 50 passes during his junior season.
In helping Chagrin Falls to six wins in eight games this season, Robiskie has close to 35 catches and a dozen touchdowns. He is also playing quite a bit of cornerback and has two interceptions.
Robiskie is the No. 57 wide receiver prospect in the Rivals.com player rankings and the No. 20 prospect in the state of Ohio.