Is Siragusa Ohio's Most Underrated?

In what has become a reoccurring event, Cleveland St. Ignatius wide receiver Michael Siragusa attended another college camp and caught every football thrown his way. Possessing possibly the best pair of hands in Ohio, college recruiters are starting to see the value in this wideout.

Every year in Ohio there are players that perform well in games on the field and in college camps, but for whatever reason their recruitment seems to get going late in the process.

Michael Siragusa (6-foot-3, 200-pounds) plays wide receiver for Cleveland St. Ignatius, and he has been making eye-popping catches since cracking the starting lineup. He impressed last week at Ohio State's camp.

"I've had a few nice camps lately, like here at Ohio State and also at Pittsburgh," Siragusa said. "The Pitt coaches are interested and they talked to me about a potential offer, and I know they're interested in me. I really liked it there and would love to have that offer."

"I did real well at Ohio State, and I ran good routes and caught the football well," he added. "I spoke to schools like Bowling Green, Ohio University and Davidson, and they also seemed interested."

With several offers to his credit, Siragusa is looking to add BCS offers at this point in time.

"I have offers right now from Buffalo, Eastern Michigan, Hampton, Bucknell, Cornell and Pennsylvania," he reported. "There are still BCS schools showing interest, and I'm prepared to have a great senior season to show what I can do."

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