Ringer puts recruiting on back burner

"This is my last year so I want to dedicate things to my teammates and coaches," Dayton (Ohio) Chaminade running back Javon Ringer said. "Hopefully we can win the state. After that I'll get into recruiting."
Ringer has rushed for 753 yards and scored nine times as Chaminade has won two of it's first three games. Next on the schedule is Hamilton Badin.
Asked which schools have offered a scholarship, Ringer said, "The Florida Gators, Tennessee, Michigan State, Akron, Miami of Ohio, Cincinnati, Iowa, Kentucky, West Virginia, that's most of them."
"I've told recruiters I want to stay focused on the season so I haven't had that many calls from coaches."
Asked if Ohio State is still his top choice, Ringer said, "Ohio State is still high on my list. I watched them (on T.V.) against Marshall. It was nice. But a little closer than I thought it would be."
Asked if he was looking at any schools that have not offered a scholarship other than Ohio State, Ringer said, "Pitt, Michigan, and Purdue."
"I'll probably wait till after the season to narrow things down."
The 5-foot-9 and 186 pound Ringer has put up spectacular numbers since his sophomore year when he rushed for 2028 yards and scored 30 times. Ringer gained 2356 yards his junior season, averaged over 10 yards a carry, and scored 30 times. He is the number 11 overall prospect in the state of Ohio.