Pompano Beach (Fla.) Ely linebacker Clint Session is one of several talented players at his high school and the 6-foot, 225 pound athlete has been hearing from several colleges since the contact period began on September 1st. Session also has several written offers.
"I've gotten a lot of calls," Session said. "Colorado State, UCF, UConn, San Diego State, Boise State, and Purdue. That's about all I can think of. There are a few more."
Clint said his current written offers were from Michigan State, UCF, Rutgers, and Ohio. Some other schools have told him they were going to offer soon.
"I've got a lot of coaches who have talked to me about offers but they haven't sent the offers to my house yet," Session said.
Session believes he will wait until after his senior season before setting up any official visits. All of the schools recruiting him except for one like him at linebacker.
"UCF, the coach there likes me as a fullback," Session said.
Clint Session is still interested in all of the schools recruiting him and isn't ready yet to pare down his list.
"I probably like Purdue, Michigan State, Miami, Ohio State, Ohio, Colorado State, and the rest of the Florida schools," Session said. "I haven't narrowed it down yet."
Ely High School opened up the season last week against another great high school program in South Florida, St. Thomas Aquinas.
"That was our biggest game of the season," Session said. "We won, 17-9. I had eight solos and 14 tackles. On offense at fullback I had like three pancake blocks."
Ely faces Coconut Creek this week. Clint said he attended the Miami-Florida A&M game earlier this season and will probably attend Miami's next home game.