Caleb Scepaniak has been to Boston College multiple times now so the Binghamton (N.Y.) Seton Catholic Central quarterback knows what the Eagles are all about.
He returned to BC this past weekend for the Eagles' spring game and had a chance to talk it up with the coaches while getting a first look at what the team might look like this fall.
"I'm still thinking the school is really nice because it's so old-fashioned," Scepaniak told EagleAction.com. "I didn't get a tour this time because I did that in January.
"I talked to the offensive coordinator, the quarterbacks coach and my recruiter, Coach Commissiong."
What did Scepaniak think of the offense?
"I think the offense is good," he said. "It's exactly what I want. They do a lot of play action and they'll throw in the shotgun every once in a while. It's a good mix of everything and I think I'd like it."
Scepaniak left town without an offer but he didn't seem too down when we talked to him. He plans on returning for the June 9 camp and he knows that's his best chance to pick up that coveted offer.
He also plans on camping at NC State, Iowa, Illinois and Indiana.
Scepaniak told EagleAction.com that he would like to make a decision by the beginning of August.
So far he has offers from Buffalo, Cornell, Fordham and Wagner.
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