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Trudo changes his plans

Last week defensive end Rob Trudo went public with how the recruiting process has been going of late.
He spoke about the schools that are currently at the top of his list, which he listed at BC, Syracuse and Cincinnati, and he talked about his plans to visit Boston College and Pitt before the start of his senior season.
While some of that remains unchanged from last week there has been an alteration in his plans going forward.
"I'm probably gonna end up taking an official visit to BC and Pitt is out of the question," Trudo said.
Last week he did not list Pitt at the top of his list but he has now officially ruled out the Panthers.
Could that be because of the recent commitment of Max Issaka to Pitt, another defensive end?
"No, I didn't know anything about that. I just am not interested in Pitt," he elaborated.
As previously mentioned, Trudo had planned on taking an unofficial visit to BC but that will now be an official visit. He also plans on taking official visits to Syracuse and Cincinnati. Those three schools are still his leaders.
"They're even," he said. "I talked to West Virginia too. They want me to get down there for an unofficial or game."
The 6-foot-5, 262-pound defensive end from Farrell (Pa.) Farrell Area is ranked the No. 37 prospect in Pennsylvania for the Class of 2011.