Ryan Mundy has lost track of the number of college coaches who’ve passed through Pittsburgh (Pa.) Woodland Hills this month.
“I’m usually in class, so I’m not sure,” said Mundy, a 6-foot-2, 200-pound defensive back and receiver.
He’s certain, though, that the following schools have come to express their interest: Miami, Michigan, Florida, Penn State, Syracuse and West Virginia. At this point, Mundy says, the more the merrier. He’s in no hurry to make a college decision and has no plans to make an early commitment.
“I don’t have any favorites at this point,” he said. “I’d like to have a list of schools before the season, but I’m not going to put myself on a timetable.”
Mundy, who attended junior days at Notre Dame, Michigan and Pittsburgh, will participate in his team’s passing camp this summer rather than attend any college camps.
“I just want to be at a place (college) where my parents can come and see me play every Saturday (without having to travel a great distance),” Mundy said.
Mundy has offers from all of the schools mentioned above except for Miami and Notre Dame.