Radcliff down to four

Fairview High School QB Ryan Radcliff has seven offers for his services next season. Find out below who Ryan has trimmed his list down to.

Ryan Radcliff has seen his exploits on the football field translate into some major interest from several Mid American Conference programs. The 6-2, 195 QB, who threw for over 4,600 yards and had 57 touchdown passes as a junior, claims offers from 7 MAC schools. But has recently trimmed that list down to 4.

"I'd say the ones I am most interested in right now are Ball State, Bowling Green, Western Michigan and Central Michigan in no particular order," Radcliff said.

Radcliff, who says he camped at Ball State, Michigan, Ohio State and Northwestern also stated that the Cardinals camp was "the best ran" camp of the bunch. He also has had an opportunity to visit the Muncie, IN campus and came away impressed.

"They (Ball State) have a very nice campus," he said. "Their facilities are good too. I was surprised at how big the campus was."

Radcliff is currently focusing on his senior season for Fairview, one that he approaches with great optimisim.

"We should be solid," Radcliff said. "We have seven starters on offense returning including my offensive line. We also have a good recievers coming back." Stay tuned to scout.com to see how Radcliff's senior season unfolds and where he chooses to attend college.

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