Andrew Weininger, a 6-foot-5, 300-pound, offensive lineman from Harrison, New York is considered one of the top prospects on the East Coast. Weininger is being pursued by several Big Ten programs.
"Northwestern, Wisconsin, Michigan State, Syracuse, Maryland, Pitt, Duke, Arizona and Buffalo have offered me a scholarship." Weininger said. "I'm also looking at Stanford and UCLA as well."
Does Weininger have a top five? Does he have a leader?
"I'm completely open. I wish I knew who my leaders were. I'm going to look at everyone who's offered me a scholarship plus UCLA and Stanford.
"I'm visiting Stanford, UCLA, Michigan State, Duke and North Carolina during the summer. I originally wanted to commit before the season started but I don't know if I'll be able to do it now."
Weininger said he has no official visits set as of yet. He'll be a four-year varsity member and a three-year starter on the offensive line.
As a freshman he blocked for All-American Sam Maldonado. Maldonado played for two seasons at Ohio State and has since transferred to Maryland.
Weininger was named 1st team all-state in 2001 and he led his team to a 10-1 record. He carries a 3.4 GPA in the classroom and he scored 1250 on his SAT.
O-Line Target- Andrew Weininger
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