His team is 4-1, and LiGregni is training extremely hard to be ready for his senior season.
I can't even tell you how hard I'm working, he said. This offseason my parents aren't really going to get to see me, I'm just going to be in the gym the whole time.
LiGregni plans on spending the time he's not in the gym at summer camps and combines. The Schuman's National Underclassman Combine and the FBU Camp are possibilities.
His first letter came from N.C. State. I was excited. I was really excited, he said.
LiGregni had conflicts with his own football schedule that impeded his chances to visit North Carolina State and Maryland this year.
Both the Terps and the Wolfpack told LiGregni to return when his schedule permits, which he plans on doing. He thinks spring games held during his own offseason will be good times to visit, but he has not made official plans to go anywhere yet.
He already has an idea of what he is looking for when he does visit schools. The academics have to be good, he said. I am going to have to get along with everyone there, and I'm basically going to have to want it as bad as all the other players and staff wants it.
LiGregni will carefully consider every option, saying he needs plenty of time before making a decision.
It's just going to be a mutual decision between me and the coaches and basically figuring out what school is right for me.
edited by Nina Napolitano