2013 QB Caleb Scepaniak of Binghamton (N.Y.) Seton Catholic Central first turned heads this summer at the Ultimate 100 Camp in Delaware, and has since attended several college camps. Offers are beginning to roll in for the big, strong-armed quarterback, and now he is hoping that an impressive junior season will yield even more interest.
"I have four offers so far from Buffalo, Fordham, Cornell and Wagner," said Scepaniak, who is 6-foot-5 and 220-pounds. "I'm also getting interest from Syracuse, Penn State, Boston College and most of the MAC schools so far."
Scepaniak stayed busy this summer by attending a number of camps.
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"I attended Penn State, Syracuse, Buffalo and Wagner, and I did some combines and some other camps too," said Scepaniak. "I went to the camps, mostly to get my name out there and try to get noticed."
At least two more visits are in the works for Scepaniak.
"I'm attending games as a recruit at Syracuse and Penn State so far, but I haven't planned out any visits yet," he said.
While he works on scheduling more visits, he does know what he will look for once he is there.
"I want to see what their academics are like, what type of offense they run and what the coaches are like," said Scepaniak."
This off-season, Scepaniak has worked to improve certain parts of his game.
"I've mostly worked on my footwork and flexibility," said Scepaniak, who has been busy working out with his team. "We travel to 7-on-7's every weekend, so everything is going well."