In a loaded year like it is in Michigan, it's sometimes easy to forget about talented guys like Justin Siller of Orchard Lake (Mich) St. Mary's.
The 6-foot-4, 191-pounder is ranked as the state's No. 15 player and a more than solid 5.7 on the Rivals Rating scale and a three-star prospect. He's also got several very impressive scholarship offers and a top three.
"My newest most recent offers are Toledo and the Bowling Green," Siller said. "I went down to Ohio State for one day, and I went down to the University of Michigan for one day. I think I did pretty well at Ohio State, but I think I did better at Michigan.
"I might go down to Northwestern one more time to go to one of their one day camps."
With the new offers and old ones from Illinois, Indiana, Louisville, Minnesota and Northwestern, Siller admits a few teams do stand out at this point.
"My top teams are Northwestern, Louisville and Ohio State," he said. "I would say probably Northwestern or Louisville are recruiting me the hardest.
"Northwestern and Ohio State are two of the few schools that I've been to, so I know what they're about. I've seen the campus and met most of the coaches, and I like Louisville and they have a great program."
Each of the schools in his list have attractive features.
"I like Bobby Petrino, plus the contract extension lets me know he's going to be there," Siller said. "And they have a high powered offense. I like that. At Ohio State, I like the coaches. Their coaches are really cool. They take time to teach the fundamentals and stuff. Stuff that can better your game. And make you better as a player.
"I like their campus. It's really, really nice. They're a top school academically and also they're one of the contenders in Big 10 football."
Siller will lean on his family to help with the decision making process.
"They want me to make sure I like the school when it's not football season," Siller said.