Myers Sets Visits

Zach Myers continues to hear from more schools, and will take a few more unofficial visits as his interest picks up.

Miamisburg (OH) offensive lineman Zach Myers has been to a few schools already this winter, and has even more unofficial visits lined up. The junior earned first-team all-conference, first-team all-area and first-team all-southwest Ohio honors as a junior.

"I was at Bowling Green, and I'm going to Toledo; I'm going to a spring practice," Myers said. "I'm also going to go to Cincinnati, Northwestern, Kentucky and Oregon. I don't have offers yet. I think the schools around me—Bowling Green, Toledo, Northwestern—I think are going to offer me."

In addition to taking these unofficial visits, Myers hopes to get out this summer to a few camps.

"I'm going to camp for some of the bigger schools to try to compete to get an offer," Myers said. "Oregon, Kentucky. Northwestern is right there. They can see me in action. I just want to go compete at camps (Oregon and Kentucky) where they can see what I do there."

Myers took an unofficial visit to Pitt in the fall for a game, and hopes to get back to Pittsburgh as well.

"I haven't heard from (Pitt) yet, but one school I left out is Michigan," Myers said. "Michigan is on me, they've been in to me. They have a whole new staff. They're getting the ball rolling, but I'll probably go to camp (at Pitt) too)."

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