Southfield (Mich.) Brother Rice running back Devin Church recently received an offer from Northern Illinois, bringing him to a total of four offers overall.
Northern Illinois joined Boston College, Bowling Green and Toledo in offering Church, and the 5-foot-8, 175-pound running back has already visited all four schools.
Is any one of them sticking out so far?
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"All four of them are great," Church said. "They're great schools. Right now I couldn't tell you which one is leading."
Northern Illinois has talked about letting Church play a little running back though they would also like to line him up at receiver and in the slot. Toledo sees him as a slot receiver or a defensive back.
Bowling Green is recruiting Church as a running back while Boston College wants him as a defensive back.
"I like offense more than defense but it probably wouldn't matter too much," Church said.
There are some other schools that are monitoring Church and could be offering down the road.
"Northwestern hasn't offered me yet. I think they're waiting for me to get my ACT score up," he said.
"Michigan wants me to come out to their camp. Seeing my highlight tape is one thing but they want to see me in person. Same thing with Cincinnati."
Church plans on visiting Cincinnati next week. He'll be camping at West Virginia on June 19.
Last fall at Brother Rice, Church rushed for more than 600 yards and recorded 300 receiving yards as well. He had ten total touchdowns.