Schwartz still playing the waiting game

Sleeper defensive back prospect Grant Schwartz had a solid opening game before leg cramps forced him to the sideline with his team comfortably ahead. The two way standout is hearing from a host of schools and still waiting for one of his favorites to step up with an offer.
Schwartz, 6-0, 205 pounds from Dana Hills (Calif.) plays quarterback and safety and is getting looks on both sides of the ball. Virginia Tech likes him at quarterback and just about every other school recruiting him is recruiting him for safety.
In the teams' season opener, Schwartz was 7-10 passing for 108 yards a touchdown while rushing for 90 yards and a 47 yard score. He sat most of the second half due to the leg cramps and lopsided score but will match up with Alex Parsons and Woodbridge this weekend in what should be one of the more intriguing games of the weekend.
Speed is one of Schwartz' best assets as he clocked a 4.41 at USC's elite camp and a 4.50 at Ohio State's camp. He has a solid frame and did 20 reps on the bench and jumped 33 inches in the vertical at the SoCal Nike camp last spring. He's a tremendous all around athlete and is one of the more under-recruited players in the state right now.
On the recruiting front, Schwartz has heard from several schools since September 1 from schools all over the country.
Grant Schwartz VideoClick "Ohio State, Oregon, Colorado, Washington State, Virginia Tech, Colorado State, North Carolina, Boise State and Idaho have all called,"Schwartz father Brian said. "Colorado State is still the only offer and we know how competitive it is for a spot at one of these schools so we're just being patient and keeping our fingers crossed. Who really knows what these colleges are thinking but I think things should work out for him."Here to view this Link.