"I don't have a favorite right now," said linebacker Anthony Thornhill. "Central Michigan, Eastern Michigan and Toledo have all offered me a scholarship.
"My favorites are Michigan, Michigan State, Wisconsin, Ohio State, Minnesota and Penn State."
Thornhill, a 6-foot-1, 215-pounder, from Detroit (Central) had 105 tackles and eight sacks as a junior. 2002 will be Anthony's fourth year starting on the varsity.
Thornhill also had 600 yards receiving and five touchdowns as a junior. He's being recruited as an outside linebacker.
Thornhill also letter in basketball and track. He carries a 3.5 GPA in the classroom and scored 19 on his ACT.
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