PA backer lands his first offer

Lancaster (Pa.) Manheim Township linebacker Nick Sizemore pulled in his first offer recently. Who pulled the trigger on the 6-foot-2, 230-pounder and what other schools are showing interest?
"I actually got my first offer from Buffalo a couple weeks ago," he said. "I visited there last weekend and actually liked the staff and facilities. It seemed like they really wanted me and very personable.
"I'm getting a lot of interest from other schools. They all want me to come to camps before they make a decision about offering me."

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Already this spring Sizemore has visited Michigan State, Indiana, Wake Forest, Syracuse and Pittsburgh. Did any of the trips impress him?
"Michigan State did," he said. "I like their school a lot. I like the coaching staff and facilities. It was great. The whole school was nice."
The Keystone prospect went on to discuss what he is looking for in a college.
"I just want a good coaching staff that I get along with," he said. "I'd like a family type atmosphere, a nice campus, good academics and nice facilities."
Sizemore plans to participate in the Nike Camp at Penn State in May.
The Pennsylvania prospect posted 99 tackles, four sacks and one interception along with 400-yards rushing and three touchdowns as a junior on his way to second team all-league honors.