By Tim Graham
Chalk up Canisius High as being in favor of Doug Marrone's arrival.
St. Joe's? Maybe not so much.
That's because when Marrone was hired as Buffalo Bills head coach, he brought Tyrone Wheatley with him from Syracuse to coach running backs. Wheatley's son is blue-chip recruit Tyrone Wheatley Jr.
Buffalo News reporter Keith McShea writes on his Prep Talk blog Wheatley Jr., who will be a junior and already has received scholarship offers from Alabama, Michigan, Penn State, North Carolina and Syracuse, will attend Canisius High.
McShea calls it "one of the most significant arrivals in Western New York high school football history."
Also coming is sophomore-to-be Terius Wheatley.
Tyrone Wheatley Jr. is a 6-foot-6, 250-pound (for now) defensive end and tight end. Terius Wheatley is a 5-11, 165-pound wide receiver.