Linebacker Jeremiha Hunter is in the process of changing high schools as well as trying to narrow down his potential college destination.
The 6-foot-2 and 220 pound Hunter, the No. 5 prospect in the state of Pennsylvania and the country's No. 5 outside linebacker prospect in the Rivals.com player rankings, attended Manheim Central during his junior season. However the Hunter's are in the process of moving.
"We're moving to Harrisburg," Jeremiha's father Brian Hunter said. "Chances are he will go to either Harrisburg High School or Bishop McDevitt."
The discussion turned to recruiting.
"He pretty much has 10 or 11 schools right now," Brian Hunter continued. "Michigan and Tennessee will always be in the top five. Georgia, Florida, Connecticut, West Virginia, Ohio State is in there. Iowa will be up there in the top two or three. Purdue and Notre Dame are in there. And Penn State.
"His visits will determine things. He won't set his visits up till the fall. He isn't planning to visit anyone the rest of the summer. His top five will be a changing thing.
"All of those schools have offered. He has at least 30 offers now."