RB Still Not Naming A Leader

Tampa (Fla.) Jesuit running back Aaron Fryer has taken an official visit, liked what he saw of the program and has an offer in hand. However, he still doesn't want to name a leader.
"I don't really have any particular favorites," said the 5-foot-11, 205-pounder. "I really enjoyed my visit to BC and other schools have called, shown intrest, and offered. These are schools I'm interested in as well, but as a for five favorites or a favorite I can't say there's anybody in particular right now."
Fryer visited Boston College in early September and came away impressed. He has an offer from the Eagles as well as Iowa, Pitt, Rutgers, Central Florida and others. He's also very interested in Georgia Tech and Notre Dame but doesn't have an offer from either yet.
"I'm looking for a school that offers a good education and has a reputation for academics," he said. "I also want a good coach-player relationship with my position coach. I also want to see how I'll be used in the offense and if I'm comfortable there."
Fryer said he will take at least two or three more official visits before he decides but he's not sure where they'll be. Through his first four games this season, he has 597 yards rushing and three catches for 100 yards.