Binghampton (N.Y.) Union-Endicott athlete Caleb Scepaniak has a handful of scholarships. The 6-foot-5, 225-pounder has numerous other colleges keeping an eye as he tries out a new position.
"I'm actually playing a couple different positions, tight end and quarterback this year," he said. "Colleges want to see my first three game films to see how I play at tight end.
"I'll do whatever. That is why I'm doing it this year."
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Scepaniak has succeeded at the position hauling in five touchdowns receiving and throwing for four more as he's helped his team to a 5-0 record to date.
On the recruiting front, numerous colleges are monitoring the New York prospect.
"I'm hearing from Temple, Bowling Green, most of the MAC, some Big East, Syracuse and Connecticut and Division I-AA schools," he said. "Most want to see film of me playing to see if I can play tight end."
Currently Scepaniak holds offers from Buffalo, Cornell, Fordham and Wagner.
Does he like anyone?
"I really like Syracuse, Buffalo, Temple and for a I-AA, Lafayette," he said. "Mostly, those are the schools showing the most interested in me and I'm talking to them the most. I have visited all those too."
The three-star prospect plans to take his official visits still, so with that in mind, what is he looking for in a college?
"Mostly, I'm looking for what I can major in, I want to do business and I'm looking for whatever school has the best business program," he said. "I would also rather be close to home, but if not, that's fine too."