Williamsport, Pa. defensive tackle Zane Parr has started to look into official visits. The 6-foot-4, 285-pounder has two schools in mind for visits sometime in the near future.
"I'm looking at going to Michigan and Virginia," he said. "I haven't set anything up yet and I don't even know when I'd do it, but I want to look at those schools and see what happens from there.
"I like those programs because I've been up there for camps. I like the coaches a lot and the football atmospheres. I think it really comes down to the fact I know a lot more about them."
A couple other schools have picked up for Parr in recent weeks.
"Connecticut has definitely been talking to me a lot including coach Hughes," he said. "Michigan State is also scouting me and then Michigan still hasn't offered. Both of the Michigan schools want to see my tape and then they'll go from there."
On to the season, the two-star prospect has played well.
"In the first game of the season, I finished with around eight tackles and two sacks," he said. "I've done pretty well since then and offensively I'm getting a lot better too. I can tell there is definitely room for improvement including getting off the ball faster and getting a little quicker. I'd like to get my statistics up too."