It's been all about track, recruiting, and PB&J recently for CB/WR Keith Massey of Columbus Marion-Franklin. He's been getting plenty of attention from a particular Big Ten school that is helping him get bigger as well.
"Michigan State is talking to me a lot," he said. "I'm getting more hand-written letters from Notre Dame.
"Michigan State told me eat peanut butter and jelly sandwiches before I go to bed. I have been doing it for about two weeks. I am gaining weight - I'm up to 196 - but I feel great. I'm as fast as ever."
Massey attended the adidas camp at Notre Dame and ran a 4.6 on an accutrack.
"It was all right," he said. "I was disappointed (in my 40 time).
"They did one-on-ones over there. I was happy with my performance there, even though there wasn't much competition there."
Massey is a sprinter and has been real busy with track as of late.
"I ran against Erik Haw a couple of times recently," he said. "I beat him twice in the last three weeks including the city league championship. The meet was on our home track so that made it much more special.
"My best time's a 10.6 but I ran a 10.8 at the city league meet. Ohio State was at the meet on Friday."
Massey is also working on his test scores as he took his test in April and is scheduled to take it again in June. He has his June camp schedule set up as well.
"I already sent Michigan money for June 20th and 21st and Tennessee on June 17th," he said. "I'm going to the Ohio State senior camp."