"That's still up in the air," his mother, Sharon, said. "His preference is football."
From a football standpoint, Ianzito has offers from Lafayette, Lehigh, Buffalo, Hofstra and Albany.
Stony Brook, UMBC, Manhattan and Scared Heart have all offered Ianzito to play lacrosse. He has took an official visit to Manhattan over the past weekend, and will take a visit to Stony Brook this weekend. A visit to Sacred Heart will follow Oct. 30.
"We haven't gotten down to the nitty-gritty," his father, Peter, said.
A top Wide Receiver prospect in Central New York. Ianzito is a 6-foot-1, 193-pound WR that made 1st team All-league last season.
Ianzito still undecided which sport he will play
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