Cincinnati (Ohio) Anderson offensive lineman Mark Wetterer pulled a hamstring earlier this month. But that hasn't stopped Wetterer from at least visiting a number of colleges.
"I pulled my hamstring three weeks ago," Wetterer said before leaving for a visit to Michigan State on Monday. "So I'm just doing unofficial visits.
"I was signed up for the Penn State camp. I'll try and take a visit there sometime.
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"I'm going to try to do the Ohio State camp on Friday. I'll be there and try and do the technique stuff.
"I'll probably end up going to Michigan for a visit sometime."
Wetterer said he is also interested in all of the schools that have offered a scholarship.
"Cincinnati, Maryland, West Virginia, Connecticut, Toledo and Ohio University, those schools all offered," Wetterer said. "Out of those schools, Maryland and West Virginia are my favorites."
However even though the Buckeyes have not offered, they remain at the top of Wetterer's list along with Clemson.
"Ohio State and Clemson are my two favorites overall," he said. "I want to wait and see what Ohio State and Clemson do. I'm not close (to selecting a college)."
The 6-foot-5 and 295-pound Wetterer has played both tackle and guard the past two seasons and could play either position in college.