"It was fun, a lot of fun. Everyone's real down to earth there and there's no pressure on anyone. They have a good program and they've produced some pretty good backs lately. Now I guess they need a new one and they want me."
Callender said he's pretty much narrowed his list down to three schools. "It'll basically be out of BC, Michigan State, and Wake Forest. I'm going for a visit to Michigan State this weekend and then I'll know for sure. Rutgers is also coming by to see me but I'm not really interested in them too mcuh right now."
So who has the advantage? "It's Boston College right now," he said. "That's what it's looking like. Unless something really changes my mind, it looks good for BC."
Callender Eyeing Boston College
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