Linebacker Taige Redman holds a couple offers from Marshall and Ohio. While the 6-foot-0, 201-pounder out of Keyser, W.V. is awaiting more interest; he's taking two visits in the coming weeks.
"I've been talking with Ohio about taking an official visit on Friday," he said. "This will be my first official visit.
"I think I will be traveling in a few weeks to Marshall for an unofficial visit. That will be my first time down there since I went to camp over the summer."
A few other schools continue to be in contact with Redman.
"West Virginia is still looking very hard," he said. "Maryland and Virginia have also called my coach.
"I have a close relationship with Coach Casteel at West Virginia. I'm thinking they are waiting to get more film on me. I don't know the situation with Maryland and Virginia, but I have close relationships with Marshall and Ohio. I've notified all three of those schools that I'm going to wait until after the football season."
The Mountaineers continue to lead for the local prospect.
"Personally, West Virginia is my top choice at the moment," he stated. "They are my home state and I'm most comfortable with them. I'm definitely leaning towards them.
"I am liking Ohio also. They are very nice and the campus and football is great. I haven't had as much of a chance to get into further detail into Marshall yet."
Redman has helped his team to a 9-0 record on the season and a first round bye in the playoffs.
"I'm stunned by every game we play," he said. "We are practicing hard and playing great. We've given a team effort and have come together.
"I think I'm playing well too. This may be the best year I've played in high school. I average 11 tackles a game and our front four is exceptional. I think I've improved in recognizing and reading formations and reacting quicker. Last year I would sit and wait for a play to come to me, now I'm blowing it up in the backfield. My awareness and field vision are better too."