Washington (OH) tight end Beau Huffman says that his favorite player to watch is the New England Patriots' Rob Gronkowski.
"People actually call me ‘Gronk' because our style of play is similar. I like how everything tha comes his way he catches. He's a boss."
In order for Huffman to follow in Gronkowski's footsteps, he'll need to choose a college. Right now, the junior holds one offer with several other schools interested in him.
"Toledo is my first offer. I know quite a bit about them. A lot of my former teammates go there. I've visited and like it a lot. I'm also hearing from Duke. My brother played there so I've been down there about four times. It's such a beautiful campus. Michigan State and Wisconsin have also been talking to me."
As for future visits, the TE is beginning to set up his schedule.
"I've been invited to a lot of Junior Days. I'll probably go to Wisconsin, Duke, Michigan State and Vanderbilt."
While Huffman still has awhile to go in his recruitment, he says that one thing that won't influence his decision will be the distance from home.
"It won't really matter. My parents will probably move out of Ohio and to wherever I go."
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