With one Fort Wayne football recruit making a college commitment, the attention has turned to three other outstanding players.
Bishop Dwenger junior lineman Tony Springmann has chosen to follow former teammates John Goodman and Tyler Eifert to Notre Dame.
But his current teammate, junior running back Remound Wright, as well as Snider junior defensive back Kendal Frederick and Bishop Luers junior running back/defensive back Kenny Mullen are still sorting through their options.
According to Dwenger coach Chris Svarczkopf, Wright has scholarship offers from Ball State, Iowa, Indiana, Minnesota, Stanford, Northwestern, Michigan State, Boston College and Western Kentucky.
"Lots of activity," Svarczkopf said. "Many schools have been in recently to talk about him. He's treating all of them the same right now."
As far as Frederick, who recently won three events at the SAC track meet, he is getting looks from almost all of the Big Ten and Mid-American Conference schools.
He has visited Ohio State, Iowa and Purdue and is planning on attending those schools' one-day camps in June.
"He is certainly a Division I recruit," Snider coach Kurt Tippmann said.
According to Scouts.com, Mullen has received a scholarship offer from Purdue and interest from Ball State, Indiana, Michigan State and Oregon.
None of these players, though, will be playing in the 2011 U.S. Army All-American Bowl, like Goodman did three years ago.
Five players from Indiana are among the 400 candidates for the 90 spots for the Jan. 8, 2011 game.
One is from Brownsburg (Kyle Christy), one from Columbus North (Jake Reed) and three from Warren Central (Kris Harley, Kiam Holts and Nick Temple).