Troy Pascley (6'2", 191, 4.47 electronic) wide receiver from Alliance (Ohio) was able to check in with Scout.com and update everyone on his recruiting.
"I have offers from Michigan State, Illinois, Indiana, Cincinnati, Akron, Miami (Ohio), and Bowling Green."
Pascley lists his favorites as Michigan State, Louisville, and Cincinnati.
Michigan State - "They have a great program who will be very tough in the near future, plus I have a friend from Alliance who is there and he is trying to convince me to come."
Cincinnati - "They are Close to home and Coach Dantonio is a great coach I really like him a lot he came to see my coach about me at school in May, and that meant a lot. They are an up and coming team and they certainly will be a major competitor in the Big East."
Louisville - "They are a great team that can now play for a BCS bowl game. The Tight End Coach has been recruiting me, I really love their style of offense they play, and it really lends itself to my talents. The Coaches told me that Brohm was the real deal and would put up numbers like no one else has at Louisville."
Pascley plans to unofficially visit both Louisville and Cincinnati on the same trip.
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