Pittsburgh (Pa.) Hampton linebacker Steve Paskorz is one of the top prospects in the Keystone state and has the scholarship offers to prove it.
"I'm up to nine offers right now," Paskorz said. "I really don't have a favorite school right now. It switches everytime I visit a school."
Paskorz has made plenty of visits and has more in mind.
"I visited Notre Dame, Michigan, Virginia, West Virginia and Pitt," Paskorz said. "All but Notre Dame have offered me. Ole Miss, Temple, Iowa, Indiana and Vanderbilt have offered too. They're all great schools."
Notre Dame is not the only school that has yet to offer Paskorz, but is on his list.
"I really like Notre Dame, Stanford, Clemson and Ohio State," Paskorz said. "I'm going to visit Ohio State towards the end of May. I'm going to Maryland this week. And I'll visit a bunch of schools over the summer.
"Notre Dame, Kent State and West Virginia were at my school on Thursday."
Paskorz knows what he is looking for in a college.
"Academics first and foremost," he said. "And I'll base a lot of it on which coaches I feel most comfortable with."
The 6-foot-1 and 215 pound Paskorz was an all-state selection during his junior season playing mostly running back. Paskorz rushed for 1300 yards and 14 touchdowns despite battling an ankle injury.
Paskorz played some outside linebacker as well, and played quite a bit of defensive end his sophomore year. He could play on either side of the ball in college, though linebacker seems most likely.