6-foot-7, 240 pound junior Brock Macaulay is emerging onto the recruiting scene. The tight end currently has four three offers and is hoping that even more are on the way.
"Toledo, Kent State and Colorado State have all offered me. Both of my parents went to Kent State so I've been there a lot. I've toured their facilities and really like the head coach. I don't really know much about Toledo and Colorado State but I'm going to learn more."
Macaulay has also been hearing from Pittsburgh, Cincinnati, Miami (OH), and Bowling Green.
The junior, whose favorite players are Antonio Gates and Tony Gonzalez due to their "big body tight end styles", has started planning out where he'll be visiting this summer.
"I'm still working on my schedule but I'm definitely going to Pittsburgh and maybe Northwestern, Syracuse and Tennessee."
The junior doesn't have a timetable set for when he'll make his commitment, but has been thinking about what some of the most important factors in that decision will be.
"I want a place with good academics and somewhere where I will have a chance to play. Distance from home doesn't really matter. My dad's a pilot so my family already flies a lot."
Stay with FOXSportsNEXT for the latest on Macaulay and the rest of the Class of 2013.
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