The recruiting process has picked up a lot of steam lately for Pennsylvania linebacker Ejuan Price.
Between new offers coming in and unofficial visits the 6-foot, 235-pound linebacker from Pittsburgh (Pa.) Woodland Hills has had a lot to be excited about in recent weeks.
"I just got an offer from Michigan State (Friday)," Price said. "I was kind of expecting it but I thought they would wait until I went up there. They just sent it to me, though.
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"I was going to go up there Sunday but I'm going to go to that Penn State NIKE camp. I really don't know when I'll go (visit)."
Price is now at six offers as Buffalo, Iowa, Pittsburgh, Syracuse and West Virginia have also sent scholarships his way. He hasn't spoken about it publicly much, but Price has been busy of late, visiting schools that are showing interest and taking in all the information he will need to make a decision later on.
"I've visited Pitt, West Virginia and Ohio State," he recalled. "Ohio State was last weekend I want to say. That was for their spring game. They have nice facilities. They've got some big-time players and a ton of linebackers. That's not really bad but you have to work a little harder. It's not a big deal.
"Pitt's great. That was great. I'm loving Pitt. West Virginia was alright. I didn't really (like it as much as the others)."