Defensive end Logan Shultz holds a handful of offers from Division I programs. Who does the Gettysburg, Pa. prospect have offers from and does anyone lead?
"Boston College offered back in the spring," he said. "Then in June Pittsburgh and West Virginia offered and I also got one from Clemson this summer. All of them are official scholarships."
Does anyone lead for 6-foot-2, 259-pounder?
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"I've been getting a ton of emails and I'm trying to keep up with it all," he said. "I'm thinking about three to four officials before I make my decision by mid-season or it may go after the season depending how our team does. I don't want recruiting to interfere with the team. They were there before recruiting and are my first priority."
Shultz believes he knows who he wants to visit for officials.
"I've been working on a trip to Penn State with coach Johnson," he said. "That will probably be my first one on September 8th when they play Notre Dame.
"I'll probably go to West Virginia for the Louisville game on a Thursday in November. Then I'm also looking at one to Clemson and Boston College. I'll leave the last one open for someplace else."
Penn State appears to have a slight advantage if they offer.
"They are being very selective on the linemen they're taking," he stated. "They took a lot of them in the last year or two and are only giving out three scholarships. They want to come to my first or second game of the year and the go from there. I've probably got the closest ties there since I've been going to their camp since 8th grade."
While recruiting has taken some of his time, the two-star prospect is also busy with the upcoming season.
"Summer camp has started and we're lifting and running every day getting ready for our first game on August 31st," he said. "I'm pumped up for a big season. The team is doing really well and we've got a good group of seniors coming back, 21 of our 22 starters are back.
"I've improved too. My technique is much better since going to these camps and I know I've got to do the little things."