Boston College, Akron and Temple were the three schools to send Logan Ryan offers. His scholarship tally is to seven with Rutgers, Maryland, Virginia and West Virginia being the others.
"The academics speak for themselves," Ryan said about Boston College.
"They are small schools in the MAC that are young and rebuilding," he said on what he knew about Akron and Temple.
Michigan State and Iowa are schools that have been recruiting the three-star prospect hard and he said they might be the next two places to send him a scholarship.
"We have been in touch for quite a while," Ryan said about both schools. "The coaches told me that once they finished their rounds of recruiting they would get together as a staff and evaluate me."
With visits, Ryan went to a one-day camp at Virginia and also made a trip to Boston College. He didn't take part in the Nike Camp and the Big Time Showcase; instead he worked out locally to prepare for the summer.
Rutgers is a college that is still near the top of his list, according to Ryan, and said he plans on stopping by and talking to the coaches over the summer since the program is close by.
"They are still high," "There's nothing planned but I will try to stop by over the summer. I will try to further my relationship with the coaches."
Ryan has said that he would like to commit before his senior year. He said he would like to make a decision by "late August, early July." The three biggest factors in his final choice will be education, if he will play early or not and how he gets along with the coaching staff.
Ryan is the No. 34-ranked cornerback prospect according to Scout.com's High School Football Rankings.
More offers for Ryan, as a decision nears
Scarlet Report Top Stories
Ash: First Scrimmage Tests Rutgers’ ProgresPISCATAWAY, N.J. -- What does Rutgers coach Chris Ash want to see Saturday when the Scarlet Knights run their first scrimmage of the spring? Four practices in, Ash assesses the…
Scarlet Report3:03 PM
Top New Jersey LB Recaps RutgersVineland (N.J.) three-star linebacker Nihym Anderson breaks down a Thursday trip to Rutgers and how he could fit if he stayed in state.
Scarlet Report1:45 PM
Spring Practice 4: Two Deep & ReceiversPISCATAWAY, N.J. -- After a debut depth chart and padded spring practice, Rutgers coach Chris Ash discussed the instant impact from receivers Damon and Ahmir Mitchell.
Scarlet Report9:17 AM
New York DB Gross Breaks Down Rutgers VisitBrockport (N.Y.) defensive back Cory Gross Jr. spoke with Scarlet Report about visiting Rutgers and what stood out during spring practice.
Scarlet ReportYesterday at 3:39 PM
The Updated Scout 300 for 2018Scout updates the Scout 300 for the class of 2018, with a number of newcomers to the 300 and expanded positional rankings but the same No. 1 prospect in the class, Cartersville (Ga…
Scout FootballYesterday at 10:30 AM