William Ulmer, a quarterback from the Class of 2014, already has one verbal offer to his credit.
Now he's looking for more.
Syracuse, a future member of the Atlantic Coast Conference, gave the Washington (D.C.) St. John's College High prospect his first offer late last year, sometime between Thanksgiving and Christmas, according to the prospect's father.
Article Continues Below
Now he and his dad are looking to camp at a few other schools in the league.
"This summer I'm probably going to take him to some one-day camps, maybe at Virginia Tech, Boston College and the University of Maryland," said William Ulmer, the prospect's father.
"He's getting ready to start his 7-on-7 passing league with his school so that kind of limits some of the places we can go, but we do want to go to a couple of schools that have been looking at him."
While the Orange is the lone offer for Ulmer it doesn't appear as though the rising junior has any clear cut favorites.
"We've been talking to them," the elder Ulmer said. "We've talked to their coach a couple of times just like we've talked to a number of schools. Schools are really starting to show interest."