Two-star LB has no leaders

Ramsey (N.J.) Don Bosco Prep linebacker Brian Callahan holds two offers from Louisville and Rutgers. The 6-foot-3, 200-pounder with 4.7-second speed is looking for more and has been talking to a few schools lately. Who is Callahan receiving interest from and does he have any leaders?
"I've been talking to Connecticut and Richmond recently," he said. "I know my coach is sending out highlight tapes to a bunch of colleges and Connecticut is pretty interested. I've spoken to coach Lakatos and he thinks I'm a good athlete and knows exactly where I fit. I think Connecticut is a nice school. I haven't met the coaches, but speaking to them on the phone they seem like nice guys."
The two-star prospect still has no leader at this point in time.
"I just want to find a school that is interested in me," he said. "I also want to see where I fit in best and where I can make the most impact on the team."
This season Callahan has helped the Ironmen to a 6-0 record.
"The season is going pretty good so far and I've been playing well too," he said. "I know I've been playing a lot better than last year as I have had an interception in every game except the last one against Montclair. I also have added one recovered fumble and four defensive touchdowns.
"The team is playing much closer this year. Whether you're a starter on the bench or don't play, we are all a team of friends. We always come together to get things done and pick it up."