As the evaluation period continues, Miamisburg (OH) offensive lineman Zach Myers has seen a growth in the number of coaches that have come through his school. Myers has two offers, and is looking forward to gaining a few more in the near future.
"The two big ones that have come through, that come to mind, are Ohio State and Wisconsin," Myers said. "A bunch of schools have come in. Pitt came, obviously. Michigan came in, and Kentucky came in. Those were some of the bigger ones who came to the school to see me."
Out of that group, Myers feels there is one that is close to offering.
The Pitt coaching staff continues to keep tabs on Myers as well, making the Panthers an easy choice, in terms of schools to go camping at.
"(Tight ends) coach (Tony) Dews came to my school," Myers said. "I called (offensive line) coach (Spencer) Leftwich, and I've stayed in touch with him. Camp is really going to be their breaking point with me. I don't know which date I'm going there yet. I have all the camps dates written down. I just don't know which day to go, which one."
As for those other schools, like he said, Myers knows the schools he will be going to for camps. He's not confirmed with any dates yet.
"I'm looking at Cincinnati, Ohio State, Wisconsin, Kentucky, Pittsburgh," Myers said. "I haven't heard much from Notre Dame or Michigan State, but I might go to both camps to see what's going on. Michigan, I'll probably go there too. I'm comfortable with my exposure. It's just about getting to camps and meeting with the coaches who are recruiting me."