May 24, 2008
Pennsylvania OT picks up new offer
It wasn't long ago that West Mifflin, Pennsylvania offensive tackle Adam Gress picked up his first offer from a program not far from home. Now he has two. Could more be on the way?
The 6-foot-7, 290-pound tackle received an offer from Ohio earlier this month, and now another program in the Mid-American Conference has extended a scholarship.
"Actually I just got an offer last week from Kent State," Gress said. "Between the two (Kent State and Ohio) I'm not really sure because I've never had a huge interest in either one. Both are good football programs in the MAC and I would definitely play there, but I'm still waiting."
Several larger programs have been hot on Gress' trail lately as well.
"I talked to Tom Bradley from Penn State not too long ago," he explained. "I've still been in touch with the University of Virginia and some of the guys from Pitt. Just recently I've actually be in contact with Michigan a lot."
Gress plans on camping at Pitt, Penn State and Virginia, but isn't ruling out the possibility that he may attend other events.
"Recently I found out that I'm probably going to be able to go to Michigan. There's just a ton of camps and I've been invited to a boatload. I was thinking about West Virginia, but those three are the ones that are pretty much definite."
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