Damascus, Md. wide receiver Zach Bradshaw is taking it easy. The 6-foot-3, 205-pounder took one unofficial visit recently. However, what's next for the three-star prospect?
"I took a visit to Northwestern two weeks ago," he said. "I think that's the only thing I've done as far as trips for a little while.
"I liked that visit a lot. It's a really good school. It has a really nice campus too. It was cold there obviously, but a pretty campus. I spent the night with the players in the dorm. I hung out with them and that was my first experience with players in the dorm, really hanging out without the coaches. I got to ask questions about the coaches, how they felt about them and stuff like that. They liked the coaching staff a lot."
Northwestern is looking at Bradshaw in a unique position.
"They want me at their superback position," he said. "It incorporates a lot of different things, tight end sometimes, wing, backfield, a lot of different stuff."
Meanwhile, how was his time with the coaches?
"I like the coaches a lot," he said. "I spent a lot of time with the superbacks coach and like him a lot. I also talked to Coach Fitzgerald and he was really good. I talked to him for about an hour and a half or two hours."
Bradshaw at this time doesn't have anything else lined up.
"I don't anything else set up yet," he said. "I want to see who comes through in the spring, who else is interested. I actually got an offer not too long ago from Wake Forest, so I want to see who comes in and offers. Then, I want to go back to some of the schools I like more and get a feel for them."
Bradshaw confirmed that more than likely his trips would be this summer.
So, is there an offer he's still waiting on?
"I'd like to get a scholarship from Michigan State since my dad went there, but I'm not waiting for it," he said. "It would be cool if I got one, but I'm not holding out for them or anything. I've got plenty of great places."