Pittsburgh (Pa.) Central Catholic offensive lineman Stefen Wisniewski has approximately 20 scholarship offers on the table. However Wisniewski says he is beginning to zero in on a select few schools.
"I've narrowed it down," he said. "It's down to Penn State, Michigan, North Carolina, and Boston College."
Wisniewski's father Leo, and his uncle Steve Wisniewski both played for Penn State, so Stefen has been to State College many times including this past weekend.
"I visited Penn State again over the weekend," Stefen Wisniewski said. "We went to the Jerry Sandusky fund raiser golf tournament.
"While I was there I went to the football camp for one session on Saturday morning."
Wisniewski will have visited all four schools he is still considering before the end of the summer.
"I was at Michigan's camp for a day," he said. "I liked it a lot. I got to work with the offensive line coach, Andy Moeller. He seems like a good guy and a good coach. I've also been there for a junior day.
"I'm done with camps now, but I'm going to visit North Carolina July 21. I'm going to visit Boston College too, but I'm not sure of the date yet."
However Wisniewski is not sure if he will make official visits to all four schools.
"I might graduate early and start college in January," he said. "I'll probably pick a college in November or December. I'll take some of my official visits, but I'm not sure about all four."
Wisniewski maintains he is not a lock to follow in his father's footsteps and play for Joe Paterno and the Nittany Lions.
"Right now I don't have a leader," he said.
The 6-foot-3 and 270-pound Wisniewski played tackle on both sides of the line during his junior season. However he is projected as an offensive guard at the next level.