Paski debates between Ivy and Division I

Defensive end Mark Paski out of Morristown (N.J.) Delbarton holds an offer from Kansas, but has since picked up a second offer and took his first official visit. Rivals caught up with the 6-foot-4, 228-pounder to find out what's going on?
"I took my first official visit in early December to Princeton," he said. "The visit was really nice and I got to talk to all the coaches there. I got a good sense of what they do there and where the program is headed. Overall I can say it was a good visit and somewhere I could see myself fitting into the football program. I also think there's a chance for me to get some early playing time."
Paski is beginning to consider other officials.
"I might be setting up ones in January to William & Mary, Duke and maybe Kansas too," he said. "I'm still not sure what level of football I was to play or what kind of academics I'm looking for.
"I'm really considering William & Mary because they offered me a scholarship recently and I know they have great academics and a good football program. As for Kansas and Duke, Kansas offered me and I know they have a fantastic recruiting coach and they had a big win in the bowl, so it's obvious the program is up and coming. Duke is a great place because they have really strong academics unlike other big schools and they do play in a good conference in the ACC."
Right now, the two-star prospect appears to be leaning towards the Ivy League.
"I think I'm leaning towards there after my official to Princeton, but at the same time I think it would be nice to have a scholarship to college."
This season Paski was named defensive player of the year in the county, first team all-area, first team all-county, first team all-conference and second team all-state.