ESPN's Roger Brown checks in today with Everett junior quarterback Jonathan DiBiaso, who was last seen throwing a state single-season record 43 touchdown passes to just four interceptions as the Crimson Tide captured their eighth Division 1 Super Bowl title.
DiBiaso has no offers yet, but things should be a lot clearer in a month. He told Brown he plans on visiting camps at UConn, Penn State, Harvard, Brown, Fordham and Syracuse.
"Connecticut, Penn State and Syracuse pretty much told me the same thing: I'm one of five quarterbacks they're bringing to camp in my class," he told Brown. "One or maybe two of us will get an offer. Syracuse has shown the most interest in me, and I feel like I have a good vibe with Coach Hackett [Syracuse offensive coordinator Nathaniel Hackett]."
DiBiaso's father John DiBiaso, also the Crimson Tide's long-time head coach, said Jonathan would also be thrilled with FCS options. A number of Ivy League schools, as well as Patriot League schools like Holy Cross, have reportedly shown interest.
"He would like a shot at one of the [FBS] schools and he's hoping he gets an offer, but he realizes that the Ivies are a great opportunity," John told Brown. "He's not a dummy. He realizes that after four years of college he'll have to enter the workforce."
For more recruiting updates on New England's top high school football talent, be sure to check out Brown's blog.