Ramsey (N.J.) Don Bosco Prep is well known as one of the top high school football programs in the country, and with that has come a consistent flow of BCS level recruits. Class of 2014 quarterback Frank Nutile is quickly making a name for himself and hopes to enhance that even further this summer at a few camps.
"Recruiting is going pretty good," said Nutile, who is 6-foot-4 and 200-pounds. "I've talked to Rutgers, Boston College, Miami and Penn State so far."
Nutile has already attended one summer camp and has a couple more in the works.
"I camped at Penn State last week for a day camp and then our team goes to Boston College," said Nutile. "I'm thinking about maybe going down to the Maryland camp, but I don't know if I'm going to."
Nutile gave his thoughts on his recent performance at Penn State.
"It was very good," he said. "I had a great camp and I really competed out there. I also like Coach Fischer a lot."
The sophomore quarterback has a few goals in mind at each of his camps.
"I want to show that I'm going to be a big time quarterback in the Class of 2014 and I want to show off my skills," said Nutile.
Growing up, Nutile followed a few different college programs.
"Well of course The U in the early 2000's when Ken Dorsey was there, USC when they had Matt Leinart and Reggie Bush, then Rutgers with the couple of years that Mike Teel was there and then Louisville when Brian Brohm and Michael Bush were there," said Nutile. "These were may all-time favorite teams, but I bounce around to different teams depending on their quarterback and stuff."
In between his summer camp schedule and finishing up his sophomore year at Don Bosco Prep, Nutile has been preparing for his junior season.
"I throw about three to four times a week with my father, and then I'm lifting three times a week at school and doing speed and agility twice a week," said Nutile. "I definitely want to improve my footwork, which I've been working on a lot by jumping rope and doing the agility ladder like four or five times a week."
Being the quarterback at a program like Don Bosco Prep comes with a great deal of pressure, but Nutile seems ready for it.
"We are going to reload like we do every year and we are going to compete for a state and national championship like we do every year," said Nutile. "We are going to be fine."