It's been months since Rivals last heard from Washington (D.C.) Ballou quarterback Emmanuel Yeager. Back in November the 6-foot-2, 190-pounder picked up his first offer from Pittsburgh. What has evolved since then?
"Pittsburgh is still my only offer," he said. "A majority of schools are telling me to come back and do well at camps. I am hearing from Tennessee, Maryland, Purdue, North Carolina, Syracuse, Connecticut, Alabama, Nebraska and Virginia."
Are there any leaders for Yeager?
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"Of course I like my hometown school Maryland," he said. "I like Pittsburgh, Virginia and Illinois too. I enjoy talking to their coaches and they are willing to give everyone a chance."
Meanwhile, the D.C. quarterback just returned from a visit recently.
"I went to Maryland on Friday and it went extremely well," he said. "Coach Friedgen is down to earth. They run a similar offensive package to what we do here at Ballou."
Yeager plans to attend a Nike Camp and the Elite College Combine this spring.
Last season Yeager accounted for over 2,100-yards and 19 touchdowns as a junior.