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January 4, 2007Madison, Ohio, junior tight end Nic DiLillo says a couple new schools have entered the picture, but his top three remains the same and Ohio State is in that group of three.
"I have one (scholarship) offer," DiLillo said. "I haven't had anymore."
The offer DiLillo is refering to is from Pitt. The Panthers remain one of his three favorites.
"I like Ohio State, Michigan and Pitt mainly," DiLillo said. "But Clemson and Penn State are starting to talk to me a little more now. I'm looking at those two a little."
DiLillo saw his three favorite teams play on a number of occassions this season.
"I went to the Ohio State-Michigan game," he said. "I went to Michigan when they played Wisconsin, Ball State and Iowa. And I went to Pitt when they played Michigan State, Louisville and West Virginia."
DiLillo also attended an Ohio State bowl practice last month and a junior day at Michigan.
He was impressed with what he saw when he was in Ohio Stadium for The Game.
"When I was in the stadium, the rush you get from the 100,000 people is amazing," DiLillo said. "The tradition and everything there is amazing."
DiLillo will be watching the national championship game on television on Monday night.
"I'll be rooting for Ohio State," he said.
The 6-foot-5 and 225-pound DiLillo had an outstanding junior season. He caught 46 passes for 580 yards and four touchdowns. For his work DiLillo was an all-state selection.
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