The top player in Delaware this year is close to making a commitment, but hasn't pulled the trigger yet. So which team will get this game-breaker and when?
"He hasn't committed yet, but soon I would think," said Georgetown (Del.) Sussex Central head coach John Wells of his star wide receiver Andrew Weatherly. "Maryland is easily his number one choice and he's camping there this month. I expect him to commit sometime before our season starts."
Weatherly is now 6-foot-4 and 200 pounds according to Wells and has 4.5-second speed in the 40-yard dash.
"He's a game-breaker," said Wells. "He does it all for us and rarely comes off the field. He can score from anywhere catching the ball, running it or on punt or kickoff returns."
So how does he compare to last year's top wide receiver Jason Lilly who signed with Boston College.
"He's better than Lilly," said Wells. "We played them (Dover High School) the last two years and, while Jason is a very good player, he's no Andrew Weatherly."
As a junior, Weatherly caught 25 passes for roughly 500 yards and 10 touchdowns. He is also considering offers from Boston College and Virginia Tech, but Maryland is the team to beat.
"Andrew and his parents just love Maryland," Wells said. "Officially he hasn't committed yet, but Maryland is his team."