"I still don't have an offer," said offensive lineman Jim Jadron.
"Illinois, Ball State, Northwestern, Purdue, Western Michigan, Purdue, Toledo, Michigan State, Notre Dame and Penn State have all called in May.
"My favorites right now are Notre Dame, Nebraska, Illinois, Oklahoma, Michigan and Penn State.
"As far as summer camps go right now, I'm not sure where I'm going yet. I'll have to take a look at dates and the cost of the camps."
Jadron, a 6-foot-5, 280-pounder, from Joliet (Ill.) Catholic will be a three-year starter for the Hilltoppers in 2003.
Jadron is an athletic lineman that moved from tight end to the offensive line. He also played defensive end as a junior.
As anyone could see by the list of schools that have called in May, Jadron will be highly recruited in 2003 and he will play D-1 football.
Jim Jadron was named all-area and all-conference as a junior.
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