June 13, 2008
Will Anevski visit the Black Knights ?
Add the name John Anevski out of Cincinnati (Ohio) Elder HS growing list of offensive lineman that have hit the Black Knights’ recruiting radar.
The 6-foot-4, 280-pounder has the blood lines that one could speculate would make him a solid college offensive lineman. “My brother (Tom Anevski) played at Boston College and just graduated,” shares Anevski. “I look back at film of him from BC’s offensive line when Coach O’Brien was there. They just had a downright big-nasty offensive line. I learned a lot of technique from my brother (6-4, 305).”
When it comes to recruiting, Anevski is committed to preparing for his senior year of football, as well as take my time approach to the schools that are showing interest in him. “I am open to everybody,” says Anevski. “I’m big Ohio State and Michigan fan, but everyone in Cincinnati is a Buckeye fan. But again, I’m open to everyone right now … it’s unbelievable to have schools offer you full scholarships, so I’m just excited right now.”
Currently Anevski has offers from Army, Air Force, Miami of Ohio, Ohio University and Buffalo. “Other schools have stated by the end of the month I should have offers and Cincinnati is one of them and I will be going to their camp Monday,” states the state of Ohio prospect. “Ohio and Miami of Ohio are really pushing me to commit now, but I’m open right now.”
Anevski received his offered from Army two weeks into May. “They came in and actually I just bumped into him and he said they were going to offer me on the spot, but got the letter a few days later,” shares Anevski. “I saw their (Army) facilities online and they are amazing and top notch.
Others knocking on the door include Boston and UCF. “BC has been recruiting me hard of late and keeping tabs on me and we will see what happens, as well as UCF, who may be offering me very soon,” says Anevski.
When it comes to summer camps and combines, Anevski remains has placed his teams’ goal ahead of his personal tasks. “I might just attend one or two camps, because I want to focus on our team’s summer conditioning,” says the newly appointed team captain. “Last week we went 4 days a week … we run and lift Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday, buy now we are going 3 days a week where conditioning is emphasized a little more these summer days here … they are getting after us and I’m pretty excited about this season. I’m not sure about a visit anywhere, because again I want to stay with the team (Elder’s football conditioning) I do not want to schedule anything this summer or be too far out of the radar here in Cincinnati. I will get to the visits after the season. ”
Although Elder faces a tough schedule, they also have a lot of talent coming back. “Our ultimate goal is conference champs and then state champs … I have a really good feeling this year,” says the Elder captain.
Last year Elder made it to the first round of playoff, but lost to the eventual Ohio Division I State Champions, St. Xavier High School.
GoBlackKnights.com will continue to stay in touch with Anevski throughout his recruiting process!
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