Traverse City (Mich.) St. Francis defensive end and tight end Pat Rigan moved into the varsity lineup for the playoffs at the end of his freshman year and has been a fixture ever since.
The 6-foot-6 and 235 pound Rigan has played defensive end and tackle as well as tight end and offensive tackle. He made 98 tackles and averaged 16 yards per catch during his junior season.
"All the colleges said with my size and speed I could play seven or eight positions in college," Rigan said. "But I think it will be defensive end or tight end.
"My top five starts with Michigan State and Notre Dame. And there's Missouri, Central Michigan, Michigan, Purdue, and Northwestern. Those are probably my top ones.
"A few have talked about an offer. Central Michigan, Missouri, and Michigan State have been talking about it.
"Michigan State called May 1. They're coming out next week. A Michigan coach was at my school (Wednesday). And Purdue came out last week."