Toledo Central Catholic has been consistently putting out top flight football talent and that shows no signs of stopping as they have a sophomore prospect with the tools to be a big time guy in 6'5, 262-pound offensive tackle Ramon Miles, who just picked up his first offer from Akron.
"It was a big relief," he said. "A lot of people were expecting big things from me, so it was very exciting."
Last season was Miles' first on the varsity and he had the task, at times, of protecting four-star quarterback DeShone Kizer's blind side. Before that he played freshman football, so there was a learning curve for him.
"It was a big change and I was learning a lot. It was a whole different experience. It got much easier as the season went along. I started to get my technique down and it was a lot easier to understand the plays."
And the older players like Kizer and Duke commit Zach Harmon, put the talented young player under their wing.
"It was perfect. I fell right into the perfect spot where I had guys to look up to and take advice from. They kept me on my feet when I messed up."
In addition to his Akron offer, Miles says he will camp at Toledo this summer and is hearing from a few select schools.
"I got a lot of letters and cards from schools like Michigan State, Ohio State, Penn State and a lot of other schools."
And that list should only continue to grow.