Battlefield (Va.) high school quarterback Bo Revell, who stands at an impressive 6-foot-6 and 228 lbs, is still looking for that elusive first offer, but hopes that an impressive summer will help him remedy the situation. While none of the schools have offered, North Carolina State, Maryland, Liberty, William & Mary, and Richmond have all been recruiting him pretty hard, according to Revell. The rising senior has already visited Maryland, N.C. State, and Liberty, and liked something about every school.
"I have been very impressed with each school so far," Revell said. "Each school has something good for it whether it be academics, or the campus."
One of Revell's favorite schools is Maryland, as he has already visited the school twice. He was in attendance for the school's homecoming victory over N.C. State and also attended the football program's junior day.
"They have shown a lot of interest in me and have told me to keep in touch with them," he said.
He says that his decision is still far away though, as he plans to at least wait until he receives some offers and more offers from schools. Although he is still offerless, Revell hasn't lost faith yet.
"I'm planning on doing the camp circuit as coaches have said they want to see me in person," he said. "I hope to impress them enough to get some offers."
The main factors in his decision figure to be academics and location, though he admits that all of his main schools are on the East Coast and all have good academics.