Adam Pittser narrows his list down 

September, 27, 2010
Adam Pittser(Richmond, Ill./Richmond-Burton) was one of the feel-good stories of the summer. A relative unknown quarterback heading into the summer camp and combine circuit, he played his way into the final Elite-11 quarterback camp. After a strong showing there, his recruiting picked up considerably. Now, the 6-foot-1, 200-pounder is off to a strong start, leading Burton to a 5-0 record and things are picking up even more on the recruiting front as well.

"I still have it narrowed down to four schools," Pittser said. "I'm looking at Washington, Wisconsin, Western Michigan and Ball State. I'm visiting Washington on October 9th. I'm feeling very good about that visit. I've been talking a lot to Coach (Doug) Nussmeier and I'm hoping to get a scholarship offer on my visit. Wisconsin is still waiting on Jacoby Brissett , so we'll see what happens there. If Washington offers, I don't think I'll be able to wait much longer. I still may take officials to Ball State and Western Michigan to see if those schools might be the best fit for me as well."

Arnett's schedule getting full
WR DeAnthony Arnett (Saginaw, Mich./Saginaw) is setting up his visits. The 6-foot, 175-pounder is scheduled to take an official visit to USC on October 29th and recently set up an official visit with the Cal Bears on October 9th. Tennessee, Michigan State and Oklahoma are the other schools in the mix for Arnett's services. Cal could be a sleeper though, as Cal assistant coach Jeff Genyk is from the Saginaw area and Bears wide receivers coach Kevin Daft will be in Saginaw to see Arnett play this weekend.