Three offers for junior OL

Parker Mack is a 2010 offensive guard prospect from Little Rock (Ark.) Pulaski Academy. Mack, 605 and 310 pounds, now has three scholarship offers. Boston College offered him first while Arkansas was the most recent to offer.
"I went up to Boston College and they were the first school to offer me," Mack said. "They have a fantastic campus. I got a great overall feel of place. I met coach (Jeff) Jagodzinski at that time but I never did get to meet their defensive coordinator (Frank) Spaziani that is now their head coach. I will definitely try and get back up there.
"Arkansas offered me this past Friday afternoon. I am really excited about that one. I have a lot of friends there and they are an up and coming program with coach (Bobby) Petrino. It's a beautiful campus and they are bringing in a good recruiting class."
In between offer one and three was North Carolina. He was excited about that one as well.
"I am but I haven't had as much contact with them as the other schools. But I have heard some great things about their campus and I know they are recruiting very well."
According to Mack teams like Stanford, Vanderbilt, UCLA, LSU and Ole Miss are all actively recruiting him.
Mack isn't from the state of Arkansas. He was born in Texas, lived in Lexington, Kentucky and moved to Little Rock in the seventh grade. He carries a 4.1 grade point average and has already scored a 30 on the ACT. Mack bench presses 305 pounds, squats 405 (11 times) and power cleans 265.