Pennsylvania two-way lineman Andrew Zeller recently sent his film out to a host of college programs and he has gotten a lot of positive feedback.
The 6-foot-5, 280-pound prospect from Red Lion, Pa., is listed as an offensive tackle but told Rivals.com that some schools are recruiting him as a defensive tackle. He plays on both sides of the ball and would feel comfortable lined up at either position in college.
"Duke offered me on Friday and then Maryland offered on Monday," Zeller said on Thursday afternoon. "I've gotten a lot of feedback from schools. I've heard from UConn, and I've actually visited there. I've heard from Georgia Tech, Illinois, Oregon, Michigan State, Vanderbilt and Temple."
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UConn isn't the only school Zeller has visited. He has also been to Maryland, and he will check out plenty of other schools in the near future.
He said he will camp at as many schools as he is able to this summer.
Zeller also said he does not have any favorites at this stage in the recruiting process. That's to be expected, as he probably anticipates that other schools will offer at some point down the road.
What will be the decisive factor when it's all said and done for Zeller?
"The biggest factor is probably just having a solid program as well as the academics," he said. "I'm thinking I'd like to major in business management or entrepreneurship."