Pittsburgh (Pa.) Mt. Lebanon junior tight end Andrew Devlin is one of the top prospects in the western half of the Keystone state.
The 6-foot-6 and 255-pound Devlin, who also plays defensive end, is a talented and versatile athlete who caught 12 passes and recorded four sacks during his junior season.
"I could play tight end, offensive tackle, defensive end, or defensive tackle in college," Devlin said. "Those are the four positions I'm being looked at."
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Not only are recruiters looking at Devlin, but some have indicated they would love to see him play for their school.
"Pitt and Rutgers have offered," Devlin said. "It's still early. I'm looking at those two and Michigan, Notre Dame, Stanford, Virginia, Virginia Tech, Boston College, and Georgia.
"I'm looking at anyone in the Big Ten. I'm trying to get to as many Big Ten schools as I can. Michigan, Northwestern, Penn State, I'll try to get to Iowa. I'll try to get out to California and see Stanford this summer. I want to see some ACC schools too."
However three schools may have the edge. When asked if he has a favorite, Devlin said, "I've always watched Pitt, Penn State, and Notre Dame."