Biancardi up to 8 offers - looking for more

Lake Wales, Florida junior offensive lineman Ean Biancardi traveled to Atlanta last Saturday for Georgia Tech’s Junior Day and to watch them scrimmage. Ean is getting attention from schools around the southeast. Tech is one of those schools.

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In addition to watching the scrimmage, Ean toured the football facilities and spent some time with the Tech coaches. “I left with a good feeling about Georgia Tech.”

Ean talked with Coach Mike Sewak and Coach Mike Pelton. Both coaches have looked at his film and they liked what they saw. Ean is known for his run blocking. “They both want me to come back for another visit and they plan to come down to watch me scrimmage.” Ean has also been invited to the Tech summer camp.

Biancardi likes the Tech offense and the coaches. He plans to make a return visit. “They have a heavy run oriented offense and I feel that run blocking is my strongest trait as a player." Ean is currently 6’5”-290. An offer from Tech is something that Ean sees as a possibility. Ean feels that once the Tech coaches see him practice or watch him at camp that he could be offered. “It would be great to get an offer from them.” Ean currently has eight offers.

Following the Tech visit, Ean traveled south to visit Miami. He will also be visiting Central Florida on the 2nd and he wants to set up visits to Florida and South Florida. Ean will also attend the Alabama spring game.

South Florida, Purdue, and Florida Atlantic are three schools that Ean feels are recruiting him the hardest right now. “I'm anxious to see how the spring goes and to see which schools start showing more interest." Top Stories