One of the top athletes in the Keystone State, Anthony Parker-Boyd, has close to a dozen scholarship offers.
The 6-foot-0 and 192 pound Parker-Boyd led Malvern (Pa.) Great Valley to an 11-1 record playing both quarterback and cornerback during his junior season.
Parker-Boyd, the No. 49 prospect in the state of Pennsylvania in the Rivals.com player rankings, passed for 1815 yards and 15 touchdownds. He also rushed for 949 yards and scored 23 times. On the other side of the ball Parker-Boyd made 34 tackles and intercepted five passes.
"North Carolina, Rutgers, Michigan State, Delaware, and Hofstra are recruiting me as a quarterback," Parker-Boyd said. "Wisconsin is recruiting me as an athlete on the offensive side of the ball. Virginia and Iowa say defensive back.
"Wisconsin has offered me. I just went to Michigan State the other day. They're probably going to offer. I have offers from North Carolina, Iowa, Delaware, Ohio, Hofstra, James Madison, Duke, Rutgers. Virginia is really interested.
"Right now I really like Michigan State, UNC, Wisconsin, and Penn State. And Rutgers too.
"I don't have a favorite. I've only visited Iowa, Rutgers, and Michigan State. I'm going to try to visit Wisconsin. I'll definitely try and get out there."