Chris Vangas, a 6-foot-3, 290-pound, offensive lineman from Dayton (Ohio) Chaminade is among the top offensive line prospects in the Midwest.
Vangas plays the center position for Chaminade but he could play guard at the next level as well. Chris is tough, physical and he has the tools to be a productive lineman at the collegiate level.
"I don' have any offers yet but there has been a lot of schools sending hand-written letters." Vangas said.
"Maryland, Boston College and Notre Dame are writing the me the most. I am completely open. I'm going to the Nebraska camp as well as a one day camp at Ohio State.
My top five would be Ohio State, Nebraska, Michigan State, Boston College and Wisconsin."
Chris Vangas was named 1st team all-southwest Ohio as a junior.
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