Quarterback Zach Frazer out of Mechanicsburg, Pa. has picked up two more offers from Penn State and Louisville in the last week.
The 6-foot-4, 216-pounder went on to speak about each school.
"I really like it when you get an offer from your home state, that's really nice," he said. "I've been up there enough times in my lifetime and have talked to Joe Paterno and I enjoy it a lot. Paterno was really excited about offering me and it was nice to talk to him because he's a legend in college football and he's a really nice guy. Penn State is definitely in my top five now."
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What about Louisville?
"I don't know too much about the school, they seem pretty interested, but I have to see more about them," he said. "I'm probably going to talk to their coach soon and I really appreciate the offer. They're not at the bottom, but not at the top of my list either, we'll see."
Frazer is looking at visiting Notre Dame this spring.
"They're a great school and I'm still looking at visiting them for a spring practice," he said. "I'd definitely like to get in touch with them and I think Charlie Weis is really experienced and you can't find any other staff like it, it's definitely nice. They are definitely in my top five now too."
Besides Notre Dame and Penn State, Syracuse and Georgia Tech are also high on his list.
"I just like the way both of those schools coaches are and how they relate to me," he said. "Basically, they offer great academics and a good school overall."
Recently, Frazer has received interest from Tennessee, Alabama and Texas.
"I'm going to talk to Tennessee, I've only talked to them once or twice," he said. "I like Tennessee's history of winning and they're known for making good quarterbacks and producing good teams. Texas is also nice and Alabama is known for their passing."
Frazer plans to attend the Nike Camp at Penn State in April and the Elite College Combine at East Rutherford in May.
The quarterback prospect has offers from Syracuse, Notre Dame, Georgia Tech, Illinois, Duke, Akron, Kansas, Michigan, North Carolina State and Connecticut.
Last season, Frazer passed for 3,684 yards and 27 touchdowns with nine interceptions as he was named first team AAA all-state by the Associated Press and Pennsylvania Football News. He was also the AAA Player of the Year and Mid-Penn Keystone Conference MVP.