“I’ve visited Ball State twice now,” Brock said. “Ohio University, Miami, Toledo twice, Western Michigan, then tomorrow I’ll be at Eastern Michigan. Then Monday I’ll be at Bowling Green and then next Saturday I’ll be back at Western Michigan again and the week after that Toledo again.”
Brock, a 6-4 265 OT from Olentangy Liberty in Ohio, has yet to get that first offer, but hopes that hos time at Ball State and his family’s connection to the school will pay dividends.
“I would hope so. I've had an opportunity to speak with everyone and see all the athletic facilities,” Brock said. “I'm interested in studying business so I had the opportunity to see the business school . Both of my parents are also alumni so it's cool hearing about how campus has changed. I had a great time and plan on trying to go back up this spring and we’ll just see what happens”
Brock hopes that is specific skill set translates into offers soon.
”I would say I'm an athletic big man that's a good pass blocker and can get up on linebackers,” Brock said of his game. “Also one who gets aggressive up front and I think I'm definitely a leader on the field. I play with a lot of energy and enthusiasm.”