Robert Way is a standout OLB prospect from Glades Central…
Way's End Game
Robert Way, the 6-foot-2, 203-pound three-star linebacker/defensive end from Glades Central High School in Belle Glade, Fla., says he still is very high on Marshall, but is hoping for more offers. "I haven't really eliminated anyone yet," Way said. "I'm still trying to see who else comes in and offers me. I'll wait until the very end because hopefully more schools will come." Way, ranked as the No. 50 outside linebacker in the country by Scout.com, still favors Marshall solidly over Western Michigan and Buffalo and all three have offered. He says he also has offers from Florida International, Florida Atlantic, Hampton and Syracuse, but also admits the Orange are no longer recruiting him. "I'm still interested in them, but since they offered me I haven't been hearing from them at all," he said about Syracuse. The Thundering Herd are recruiting him the hardest and he visited them on Oct. 30. "I like that they really want me and said that I could go in and play early," he said. "It's a very nice town and it feels like home." Way says he plans to take official visits to Western Michigan and Buffalo in January. "I don't have the dates yet, but we've been talking about it," he said. He says the two schools who are showing the most interest that haven't offered yet are Florida State and UCF. "They're still recruiting me," he said. "Florida State and Central Florida are really interested. "I also sent some film to Florida, so that's a possibility," he said. "Florida State likes me as a safety and said they're just waiting to see what a couple other guys do," he said about his chances of getting an offer from the Seminoles. Way did not have any in-home visits this month. He finished his senior season (10-2) with 104 tackles and 19 sacks. He reports a 2.5 core GPA and although he took the ACT in October, he says he still doesn't know his score. "I heard there was some kind of mix up or something with the scores," he said.
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