- Jared Shanker, ESPN Staff Writer
Mason Darrow is still thinking Ivy League.
The three-star offensive tackle from Barrington (Ill.) has several FBS offers, but he is looking at a few Ivy League programs instead. He will make his first official visit this weekend, as he will go to Princeton, which offered recently.
Penn is a program Darrow is very high on, but the Quakers have not offered. Darrow said he has not talked to the coaches there in a while and will do that soon.
As communication slipped with Penn, Princeton made a jump with the 6-foot-5, 285-pound prospect.
"I like Princeton a lot, but Penn is still very much on my radar," he said.
Harvard has also offered Darrow and remains a team he is interested in. One FBS option for Darrow is Stanford.
"Looking into walking on at Stanford," he said, "but I'm pretty sure I'd rather go Ivy and play than walk on somewhere."
Mason Darrow is still thinking Ivy League.The three-star offensive tackle from Barrington (Ill.) has several FBS offers, but he is looking at a few Ivy League programs instead.