Three starting to stand out for 2016 TE

One of the more unknown 2016 players in the Mid-Atlantic is Cary Angeline. The tight end from Exton (Pa.) Downington East is up to 11 offers but it sounds like there are a few that have really grabbed his attention.
"I've been talking to Miami, Penn State and Duke a lot," said the 6-foot-6, 232-pound Angeline. "All of them are really coming after me pretty hard. I've been calling most of them pretty much weekly. Hopefully I'll get to a few games this fall.
"I want to get to all the schools that have offered me but hopefully I can get down to a Miami game," he said. "I also want to get to a Penn State and Duke game."
Angeline is starting to develop strong relationships at these schools.
"I'm pretty close with coach Kehoe and coach Scott at Miami," said Angeline. "At Penn State I'm close with coach Gattis and I at Duke I'm close with coach O'Connor. Coach O'Connor went to my high school and is an assistant at Duke."
Boston College, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Michigan State, Northwestern, Rutgers, Temple and Virginia have also offered Angeline but it sounds like he still has an open mind.
"I'm pretty happy with all the offers I've gotten," he said. "I'd like to get more offers from top 25 teams.
"In a couple weeks I'm going down to Vanderbilt and Tennessee," Angeline said. "I'm going to camp at Vanderbilt and just visit Tennessee."
Angeline was one of the elite players that participated in the Rivals250 Underclassmen Challenge presented by Under Armour.