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QB has busy summer planned

The offers continue to roll in for the top-ranked quarterbacks in New Jersey and surely one of the best in the east. With offers from Rutgers, Syracuse, Maryland, Louisville, Mississippi State, Missouri, Kansas, Indiana and others, Dom Natale of Princeton (N.J.) The Hun School is on the radar of schools throughout the country.
The 6-foot-3, 195-pounder has a month long road trip planned with visits and camps.
"I visited Clemson on May 29 and had a really nice time. I really liked the facilities and Clemson is making their way back to being a top 25 program. I also went to Rutgers on June 7 and that was really what I expected. I love the new facilities and the coaching staff is really great."
With two unofficial visits down, Natale will now spend the better part of June either making day visits or a combination visit/camp trip.
Natale will be at Virginia today, Michigan State on June 13, Maryland on June 16, Pittsburgh on June 21 and Notre Dame on June 28-29. In between his June tour, he will be attending the Elite 11 Quarterback Challenge in Las Vegas June 25-26.
"I was invited back to the Elite 11 and that's a real honor. I'm really looking forward to that."
Once the month of June is complete, Natale has one more visit planned and that is to the campus of last year's co-national champs -- Louisiana State.
"I'm going to camp at Louisiana State on July 25-26. I was invited to attend a bunch of other camps, but the dates don't allow it. I am grateful to all the schools recruiting me and, although I can't visit all of them over the summer, I am still wide open."
Some of the schools that Natale is pertaining to are Miami, Nebraska and Boston College, three schools he would be interested in earning an offer from.
"I'm going to weigh all my options before I make any decision. It's just an honor to know that so many schools are interested in me."
As a junior, Natale threw for 2,100 yards and 22 touchdowns against only seven interceptions. He earned first team all-state and all-area honors.