A prospect to keep an eye on in Western Pennsylvania is 6-foot, 180-pound cornerback Darrelle Revis.
Revis, from Aliquippa High School is a talented three-sport athlete that's been receiving a ton of interest from college coaches.
We caught up with Aliquippa head coach Mike Zmijanac and he talked about his prized recruit.
"Darrelle is a tremendous athlete that's a true cover corner back," Zmijanac said.
"He's very fast, we usually don't time 40-yard dashes because college coaches don't believe us anyway but he's a 4.4 guy.
"I've coached both Ty Law and Bernard Lay, Darrelle Revis is every bit as good as both of those guys at the high school level."
Coach Zmijanac had to cut our phone call short due to a meeting but he did say that Penn State, Michigan State, Ohio State, Michigan, Pittsburgh and Syracuse are the schools that have showed the most interest.
Darelle Revis is also one of Western Pennsylvania's top basketball prospects. We'll have comments from Darelle Revis in the near future.
Aliquippa CB - Darrelle Revis
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