Steelton (Pa.) Highspire quarterback Max Ward is one of Pennsylvania's top junior signal callers and he already has an offer from a school in the Mid-American Conference.
Schools from BCS leagues are showing interest, but for now the 6-foot-2, 195-pound prospect has two MAC schools at the top of the list, in large part because they have shown the most interest.
"I'm going to Bowling Green and also Miami-Ohio," Ward told Rivals.com recently. "Those will be spring games.
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"I'm starting to really like Bowling Green and Akron.
"I like Bowling Green's coaches and their offense, and I like Akron because they're constantly in touch with me."
Rutgers, Pitt and Penn State are some of the other schools that have shown interest.
Ward plans on attending summer one-day camps at Rutgers, Pitt and Bowling Green in the months ahead.
The junior quarterback attended a game at Penn State last fall.