Anevski Almost Done

For Ohio offensive lineman John Anevski the light is at the end of the tunnel. The recruiting process is winding down and with it his choice of a college will soon be announced. has the latest on Anevski's recruitment.

With offers from several programs John Anevski feels recruiting is close to an end.

"I've got a few more things to look at but I feel in the next couple of weeks or sooner, I'll be ready to make an official announcement as to the college I chose. Right now I feel it's down between two programs in Louisville and Miami Ohio."

One of the reasons for a delay came from a coaching change at Miami.

"The former staff was great and a real reason I had Miami so high on my list. With the coaching change all but one of the former staff are gone and there is a new coaching staff in place."

With the announcement of Mike Haywood as Miami's new head coach, Anevski wanted to learn more about what might be ahead for the RedHawks.

"The former staff told me to pick a school because of the school. I feel it was in my best interest to learn more about Coach Haywood and his staff before making a decision."

The fact finding mission seems to have gone very well.

"I really like what I've been told by Coach Haywood. He's putting together a great looking staff with some veteran coaches in key positions and has laid out his plan on offense and how I'd fit into those plans."

With Anevski having had a chance to learn more about Miami, he also knows Louisville has a lot to offer.

"Coach Kragthorpe is a great guy and I really enjoyed my visit there. They play in a BCS Conference and have had success in the Big East and in big bowl games in the past."

Another program that has offered and is looking to set up a visit is Illinois. Where do they now stand?

"I was looking at taking a visit there but it doesn't look like I would visit until the end of the month. That is just too late as I want to make my decision before that."

With the clock ticking look for John Anevski to give a call soon with his college choice.

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