"I got offered by Pittsburgh today," Hebron said. "I never really heard from Pittsburgh, but they seem like a school I should look into a little".
The standout linebacker currently holds over 30 offers from schools all over the country, of those schools that have offered he is currently looking at Georgia, Virginia Tech, and Florida.
As a junior, Hebron registered 110 tackles, 11 sacks, and 2 interceptions in 2004. He garnered such accolades as first-team All-State, All-Metro, and All-Conference.
Gloster picked up his offer from Pittsburgh yesterday.
Wrote Bob Lichtenfels, "One of the most intriguing prospects in the Eastern Region is Wheaton (Md.) Good Counsel tight end Drew Gloster, 6-4 and 225 pounds. Gloster has the size to potentially be a tight end in college, and he has the speed and athleticism to be a wide receiver."
On Wednesday, Gloster picked up his 20th scholarship offer.
"Coach Gattuso called from Pittsburgh and he said an offer is in the mail," Gloster said. "I also picked up offers recently from Minnesota, Connecticut, and Maryland."
Gloster now holds offers from Pittsburgh, Miami, Purdue, Illinois, Ohio State, West Virginia, Virginia, Nebraska, Virginia Tech, Syracuse, Oklahoma, Boston College, Penn State, Michigan State, and North Carolina.
In 2004, Gloster caught 29 passes for 392 yards, and two touchdowns. He ran three times for 16 yards, he tallied 29 tackles and five sacks. Showing his versatility, he also ran back three kickoffs for 111 yards and a touchdown. Gloster earned second team all-Conference, and honorable mention All-State honors.