Gettysburg, Pa. defensive end Logan Shultz has scheduled his first official visit. Before that comes, the 6-foot-2, 259-pounder is planning to take an unofficial this weekend.
"This coming Saturday I'm going down to Pittsburgh for an unofficial when they play Cincinnati," he said. "Then in three weeks I'm taking my first official to Boston College on November 3rd against Florida State.
"I am going to take some more visits, but the football season is going on and I haven't had time. I decided on these schools for trips because I've been out there and want to go back and look for certain things. I'm trying to find that it factor."
Shultz had planned to take a few other visits recently to West Virginia and Clemson, but couldn't make it out.
Right now five schools lead for the two-star prospect.
"I like Pittsburgh, Boston College, Penn State, West Virginia and Clemson. Boston College and West Virginia are my only offers," he stated. "I like Penn State because of coach Johnson. I've known him for a long time since I've gone up to their camp every year.
"I like the atmosphere at Clemson along with the feel of the town and their stadium. I like the coaches at Pittsburgh, especially coach Gattuso who I think can get a lot out of me. West Virginia has a nice combination of different things and then Boston College I like their program. I think they are going to be going places in the next couple years."
Although he's got a top five, Shultz maintains there is no clear cut favorite in the group.
On the season, the Keystone State lineman has helped his team to a 6-1 record.
"I think we're a better team after the loss, now we're not holding back," he said. "I'm doing well. I don't know my statistics, but I definitely have seen an improvement. I'm running much better and I'm causing a lot of havoc in the middle."