It's looking like it's a good bet that Anthony Fabiano will be staying in the state of Massachusetts when he makes the transition from high school to college.
Harvard has offered Fabiano the opportunity to attend their elite institution while playing football, and Fabiano has been hearing a lot from Boston College and UMass as well.
While some other schools from outside the state are showing interest, such as Bryant (who has offered) and UConn, Fabiano isn't keeping it a secret that he would like to stay in his home state.
"I think I'm probably just going to go to Boston College and Harvard's camps," Fabiano said. "I might do the UMass camp as well but I'm not sure.
"I've been e-mailing coach (Sean) Devine from BC. He said they'll decide whether or not to offer me if I can go out to their camp. I don't know what I would do if they did because I have the chance to go to Harvard, too. It would be down to those two."
The 6-foot-5, 238-pound tight end from Wakefield, Massachusetts is one of the top prospects at his position in the Northeast.