Canton McKinley athlete Eric Glover-Williams is one of Ohio's top 2015 prospects, and the 5-foot-10, 165-pound, athlete has picked up six offers already.
"Pittsburgh and Louisville were in the school today," Glover-Williams stated. "Pittsburgh offered me, and Louisville said they are very close to offering. I like Pittsburgh, and they want me to come down for a basketball game and to see their facilities. I'm planning on doing that at some point."
"Louisville is a program that's exciting and I would love to have that offer," he added. "They also want me to visit and get to know their program. I know they play a lot of younger guys, and they just beat up on Florida in the bowl game."
With offers from Illinois, Kentucky, Michigan State, Nebraska and Ohio State, Glover-Williams is making his mark in the recruiting world at an early age.
"I have Ohio State on top right now, but it's still early for me," he explained. "I'm still learning about all the other schools right now, and three other schools that I'm very interested in would be Oregon, Louisville and Michigan."
Glover-Williams is also a top baseball prospect, and he is in no hurry to decide between the two sports.
"Right now, I'm perfect playing both sports, and I can put the work in the off-season for both," he stressed. "I'm in the weight room right now trying to get bigger and stronger, but I'm also able to hit in the cage too. In the summer, I still make all my baseball showcases, and I can get my football work done. I can go through my high school career all the way through and not be forced to choose. I like both sports a lot and try not to think about giving one up."
"For football, I would think I will make a commitment to a school before my senior year, and not drag it out throughout my final season," he admitted. "For baseball, it would all come down to being drafted, and not really be about playing baseball in college."
As a sophomore at McKinley, Glover-Williams played quarterback and put up impressive numbers, both passing and running. He projects as a runningback or slot receiver at the next level.