"He just got back last night from an official visit to Michigan State," Cleveland (Ohio) Glenville head coach Ted Ginn said moments ago when asked about his star quarterback Troy Smith. "He didn't commit."
"He has West Virginia this weekend and Indiana the weekend after that. Then he has Toledo the weekend after that."
"And the last one will be Ohio State in January. He doesn't have the exact date for that one."
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"Everybody has offered him."
"Right now I'd say it's between Ohio State and West Virginia," Ginn answered when asked about Smith's leader. Smith has been saying the Buckeyes hold the edge with West Virginia second.
Smith, 6-foot-1 and 200 pounds, passed for 969 yards and accounted for 1370 all-purpose yards as Glenville finished the season 9-2.