Three-star athlete Caleb Scepaniak out of Binghampton (N.Y.) Union-Endicott holds four scholarships. The 6-foot-5, 225-pounder has new schools moving in, but is waiting on offers.
"I haven't taken any visits yet this season, but I've visited almost every school I'm talking to. I probably will visit more when the season ends," he said. "I have four offers, Buffalo, Cornell, Fordham and Wagner.
"There are a couple other schools interested, Temple, New Hampshire, Maine, Syracuse and a lot of I-AA schools. I sent them all my midseason highlight tape, they all said they will want my full season highlights once the season is over with."
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Scepaniak is eyeing trips potentially to Temple and Maine, but has no dates at this stage.
A versatile prospect on the field, Scepaniak is playing quarterback and tight end.
"We're 8-1 and going into the quarterfinals," he said. "We won our section on Friday. We've been beating everyone by four or more touchdowns.
"I'm doing well in both positions this year. I'm getting opportunities. I play quarterback in the spread and wildcat and then tight end in our pro-set.
"Most colleges are saying they want me as an athlete and want to try me out at both positions."