Purdue was the first school to extend a scholarship offer to Cincinnati (OH) product Matthew Tennant and that has made quite an impression on the senior lineman.
Indiana, Minnesota, Bowling Green, Louisville, Cincinnati and Kentucky are the known offers in addition to Purdue, but a new school has thrown their name into the hat.
"Boston College has now offered, also," Matthew Tennant told Inside Kentucky, Friday. "Purdue is my leader, only because they are the only school that I've taken an unofficial visit too."
He hopes to change that this summer, as he intends on utilize the extra time to make some unofficials and check out some more schools.
"I want to take some unofficials in between workouts, to Purdue, Kentucky, and Louisville this summer," Tennant stated.
"I'd like to go to the one day senior camp at Ohio State and Penn State."
Asked if he had a preference to staying close to home?
"No, not really," Tennant answered. "I would like to go no further then the Big 12.
"I'll probably stay inside the Big 10, SEC, or Big East."
After moving around as a kid, Tennant insists that he never really cheered for anyone as a kid;
"I just cheered for whomever was winning," Tennant insisted. "I was actually born in Kansas, so I don't have any ties to anyone; especially with the Michigan/Ohio State rivarly."