South Carolina, Penn State tracking junior ATH

Norristown, Pennsylvania is home to one of the state's most talented junior football prospecst in Bret Cooper, a 5-foot-10, 185-pound athlete with good versatility.
Norristown Area High School has played two games so far this season. They won their first and lost their second.
"I think I've been playing pretty good," Cooper said. "I'm trying my best out there. I've been playing defensive back and running back."
Cooper isn't sure what his stats are like so far in this young season but he did say he has been splitting time with other players at each position.
Though there is a long way to go between now and National Signing Day in 2012, Cooper has at least a couple of colleges very interested.
"Right now I'm talking to Purdue University, Penn State and South Carolina," he explained. "I [didn't] do any prospect camps or visited any schools, but I did do FBU and I went to the showcase at Rutgers.
"I've spoken to coach G.A. Mangus from South Carolina and I've spoken to a coach from Penn State, Larry Johnson. They were just telling me that they've put me down as a player to watch and they want me to send them my highlight tape and everything like that."
Despite the interest from the Gamecocks, Nittany Lions and Boilermakers, Cooper said it's too early for him to talk about favorites.
"I don't have favorites or anything like that," he said. "I'm just trying to get myself out there to colleges, trying to get exposure."