"Toledo, Ohio University and Bowling Green have all offered me a scholarship," said running back Nate Waldron.
"The schools that offered me all called during May. I also received calls from Northwestern, Syracuse, West Virginia and Boston College.
"My top four right now would be Syracuse, Northwestern, West Virginia and Boston College.
"I'm planning on attending a few camps but I'm not sure which ones yet."
Waldron, a 6-foot, 195-pounder, from Rochester, Pennsylvania is one of the top prospects in the Keystone State.
As a junior, Waldron had 1,800 yards rushing and scored 28 touchdowns. On the defensive side of the ball, Nate had 81 tackles, five forced fumbles and three interceptions.
Waldron was named (Small School) all-state and he was the MVP of his conference in 2002.
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