Two Big Ten schools high on Hunters list

It's a good year for talent in the Keystone state and Manheim (Pa.) Central linebacker Jeremiha Hunter is one of the best of the best.
The 6-foot-2, 220 pound Hunter was an all-state selection after both his sophomore and junior seasons, and has been a varsity starter at outside linebacker and either running back or fullback since his freshman year.
Hunter made 143 tackles including five sacks during his junior season. He intercepted four passes and returned two for touchdowns. Hunter also rushed for 1100 yards and scored 24 times.
Recruiters don't need to see Hunter's stats to know he is a great prospect.
"I have around 25 offers," Hunter said. "In writing and verbally, both ways.
"Right now I have Michigan, Ohio State, and West Virginia. Those are my top three right there.
"I have some more in mind like Iowa, Notre Dame, Maryland, Connecticut, it's wide open. Virginia, Syracuse, Penn State, Wisconsin, Villanova, those are some more.
"Iowa hasn't offered, but the rest of them have.
"I've been to one junior day. That was Virginia.
"I attended Michigan and Ohio State's camps last year. I could see myself going to those schools. I haven't been to West Virginia. I'll probably make official visits to all three."