The recruiting picture has been about as clear as it could possibly be for Massachusetts tight end Anthony Fabiano in recent weeks.
Harvard has let the 6-foot-5, 238-pound prospect know that they would like him to join their football program, though Ivy League schools don't actually offer scholarships.
Boston College, though they have not offered, has made it clear that they are interested and will be monitoring his progress over the first two or three games of his senior season at Wakefield High School this fall.
Regardless of what happens it appears as though Fabiano will probably be staying in-state during his college years. He's satisfied with his opportunity at Harvard but he wants to wait a little while and see what happens with the Eagles.
Fabiano told Rivals.com this week that he does not have a timetable for his decision, nor does he feel rushed to make a decision anytime soon. It appears as though he will wait until about a month into his senior season to get some feedback from BC before he does anything. At that point he will probably announce for BC or Harvard. That's at least how things look for now.
"BC hasn't offered but they're still showing significant interest in me," Fabiano said. "I've been keeping in touch with them and Harvard. It's usually by e-mail but once in a while it's telephone calls. Nothing has changed lately, really."
Fabiano is ranked the No. 10 prospect in Massachusetts.