"I don't have any offers right now," said defensive back Jason Werner.
"I'm getting a lot of letters but no offers."
"My favorites are Purdue, Northwestern, Indiana, Notre Dame, Miami (Ohio), Michigan State and Illinois."
Werner, a 6-foot-5, 205-pounder from Indianapolis (Ind.) Roncalli was named (Junior) all-state in 2003.
"I don't have an offer yet," said tight end Ty Harangody.
"I plan on attending the Adidas and Nike Camps this spring and I'm going to the Bowling Green camp this summer with my team."
"My favorites right now are Purdue, Illinois, Indiana, Ball State and Louisville."
Harangody, a 6-foot-2, 230-pounder from Merrillville (Ind.) Andrean helped lead his team to a 2nd place state finish as a sophomore.
In 2003, Harangody had 41 receptions and scored four touchdowns for Andrean. He also started on the defensive side of the football at an inside linebacker position.
Andy Laue, a 6-foot-5, 275-pound offensive guard from Barrington, Illinois visited Michigan on April 1st.
Laue visited the Wolverines with teammate Dan Doering. Tom Laue, the father of Andy Laue is a former classmate of Michigan coach Terry Malone.
Both Laue and Doering visited Illinois on April 4th and they were given the red carpet treatment by assistant coach Mike Mallory.
Andy Laue also squeezed in a visit with Northwestern last week.
On April 8th, the Laue's and the Doering's went to Notre Dame to take in a Notre Dame spring practice and then left for Michigan State for a Friday, Saturday visit.
A busy spring break indeed.