Paski begins to consider officials

Morristown (N.J.) Delbarton defensive end Mark Paski continues to hold a lone offer from Kansas, but the 6-foot-4, 228-pounder has sent out senior film to other schools and hopes to receive more offers soon. Who has he been hearing from and what does he like about those schools?
"I'm getting calls from the Ivy League, Vanderbilt, Duke, Purdue, Cincinnati, and others," he said. "No one else has offered, but I know Purdue, Cincinnati and Vanderbilt will talk to me after they see my tape. I really like Purdue because it's a nice place and coach Samuels is a really cool guy. He even text messaged me right before their game against Notre Dame which was pretty neat because that means he's thinking about me. I think I'd like to take an official visit there. The other two schools I'm not sure about as I want to see what they come back with. I just don't have enough information on them yet."
Paski continues to talk to Kansas.
"I've been talking to them a lot and coach Quartaro calls me all the time, he's a great guy," he said. "I like that they haven't put a lot of recruiting pressure on me up to this point. I also think coach Quartaro is a real genuine guy that cares about the Kansas program and wants high quality kids. I believe Kansas is turning their program around and I like that they play a challenging schedule against teams like Oklahoma and Texas."
Previously the two-star prospect had Boston College and Duke leading for his services, but that has changed.
"Those places haven't been showing me as much interest recently," he said. "I want to go to a school that is interested in me and wants me."
Last weekend Paski took an unofficial to Princeton.
"I really liked my trip there a lot and it's a phenomenal school," he said. "They have the academics and despite being Division I-AA they have good football and I like the coaching staff."
The No. 22 player in New Jersey has helped Delbarton to a 6-0 season.
Mark Paski VideoClick "The season is going really well for me and I've been playing some of the best football I've ever played," he said. "I think I have 27 tackles, eight sacks and three forced fumbles. I'm getting a lot more double coverage, but it's really not that much more difficult. I can tell this year I'm a lot more explosive off the ball and I have a different attitude towards the game."Here to view this Link.