"I have been working out hard getting ready for the summer camps," said Roberts. "I plan on going to Pittsburgh, Maryland, Marshall and Michigan State. My brother and I will be going to few places together and also a few apart."
Vance Roberts is referring to his twin brother Vernard who happens to be a top running back prospect in the area. Both brothers have multiple offers including three schools that have offered them both.
"We both have offers from West Virginia, Marshall and Villanova. I also have offers from Syracuse, Rutgers and Buffalo. We are looking hard at every opportunity to be fair to ourselves and the schools recruiting us."
Besides the schools that have offered Roberts he is hearing from many others as well.
"I am being recruited hardest by Louisville, Cincinnati, Michigan, Michigan State, Connecticut, Wake Forest, Iowa, New Mexico and Vanderbilt. They are all great schools. I would like to hear more from Clemson. I have always liked their program."
One school is on top for Roberts right now and he may even make an announcement in June.
"West Virginia is just the right place for me. The football there with the coaches and players is awesome. The environment on campus with the football team is great. I would have a chance to play right away. They play a lot of defensive backs and the defense they run is my style too."
So since Vance and his brother Vernard both want to play together does that mean West Virginia is close to getting both brothers.
"Oh yeah we are definitely going to play together. We have to do what is best for both of us but it we will be playing together in college. It is just which school it will be at. My brother has the offer from West Virginia and I know he likes it like I do so when he is ready he will decide but I may announce my decision for myself in June. I would like to get an offer from Michigan State like my brother and I also like Vanderbilt and they are recruiting us both. Those three are my favorites but right now West Virginia is on top for me."
Roberts reports a 3.9 GPA.