And during Schiano's visit, he let Rimpfel know Snyder will be getting his first written scholarship offer in the coming days, and it will be from Rutgers.
"They offered (verbally),'' Rimpfel said. "He'll get the written offer later. They offered it to me, so I had to go tell (Synder).''
"Right now (interest) is just growing,'' Rimpfel said. "He went to two camps last summer, Pitt and Rutgers. They've been around as much as they can, and as far as contacting him (did the same). UConn (coach) Randy Edsall was here. Those are the three (schools) showing the most interest.''
Where the 6-foot-3, 207-pound Syder will play, though, is the subject of debate. He ran a 4.5 (seconds) 40-yard dash at a Pittsburgh camp last summer, which caught the attention of several programs.
As a junior, he averaged 8.8 yards per carry and rushed for 1,341 yards and 22 touchdowns, and had at least six runs of 56 yards or more. Snyder also caught 28 passes for 634 yards, a whopping 22.6 yards per catch, and had six touchdowns.
Defensively, he made 109 tackles, intercepted three passes and forced four fumbles.
"He had a lot of big plays for us,'' Rimpfel said. "He was our running back, and defensively he played outside linebacker, he played corner and he played some safety. We moved him all over the place.
"He gave us a great two-way season last year. He does a lot of things, plus he's National Honor Society, and he plays on the basketball team. He's a very versatile athlete.''
So, where are colleges projecting him to play?
"Offense. either slot receiver or h-back,'' Rimpfel said. "Defense, as a strong safety-type, maybe a linebacker, maybe a free safety.''