Two-star running back Travis McBride out of McKeesport, Pa. holds a handful of offers heading into the football season. The 6-foot-0, 188-pounder even went about to name his top four schools for officials. Who's in the list for McBride?
"I know I'm looking at officials at Iowa, Ohio State, West Virginia probably and Tennessee too," he said. "I don't have offers from Ohio State and Tennessee yet, but they both like me a lot and I think they just want to see some film of me this season."
What does the No. 37 player in Pennsylvania like about those schools?
"I like the crowds a lot at West Virginia and the fact that they are close to me," he said. "Iowa has always been good and they have a good coaching staff too. Ohio State and Tennessee both are good running teams and I know they've always had a good running game."
McBride went on to confirm that no schools are completely out of his list at this point.
"I'm looking at those four schools more, but others are still in it for me and I'm still considering them. Nobody is out of it for me at this time."
The running back prospect kicked off the season against North Hills last week.
"I had 130 yards and a touchdown. I thought I'd do better than that," he said. "From the game I noticed our team has a lot to work on. We've got a young team and a lot of young players. Last week wasn't a good game for us."
McBride rushed for 1,117 yards and 19 touchdowns as he was named first team all-conference as a junior.