Three-star offensive guard Michael Senn out of Orchard Park, N.Y. has a pair of offers. The 6-foot-4, 300-pounder is waiting patiently to see what other schools will do.
"Right now I have offers from Albany and Bucknell," he said. "I had one from Buffalo, but they took it back because they only were offering two offensive linemen. They want to see my senior film before they extend it again."
Meanwhile, Senn is hearing from other schools.
"I'm talking to Rutgers, Syracuse, Lehigh, Lafayette and Monmouth," he stated. "They're all giving me a call usually once a week now. They sound interested, but haven't really talked about offering yet. They want to see my senior film first."
To date, Senn hasn't visited any schools, but intends to in the future.
So, does he like anyone?
"I like them all," he said. "They all have their own qualities that really appeal to a student athlete.
"First I'm looking for my major, I want to major in physical therapy. Next, I'm not trying to go too far away. I want a nice feel to the campus and then I've got to like the coaches and the way they coach."
The Empire State lineman has helped his team to a 5-0 start this season.
"We're rolling," he said. "I'm starting both ways, but play one or two series on defense before taking a break.
"I'm doing really well. I'm playing left tackle for the third year. I'm reading everything nicely and making out the calls for other linemen. I can tell that I'm playing a lot better than last year. I understand what other linemen are doing and that has helped me react."