2014 quarterback William Ulmer claims four offers at this time. However, the 6-foot-1, 190-pounder is hearing a big scholarship is expected soon.
"I just talked to Ohio State the other day," he said. "Coach Zach Smith was telling me that I'm about to land an offer in the next two weeks from them after the coaches have their next meeting.
"He mentioned that I'm one of their top players in the nation according to their staff. They really, really want me. He said I could be the next Braxton Miller and he discussed how the offense is tailor made for my style."
Ulmer plans to take a visit himself to Ohio State for the Michigan game on November 24th.
What does the prospect of a Buckeye offer mean to Ulmer?
"It's an honor to be compared to Braxton Miller, a quarterback I look up to," he said. "He runs the offense I run and to be recognized by one of the best coaches in the country in college football, it's an honor. I'm going to keep grinding, keep my faith up and stay humble, but it's an honor."
Because most of his games are on Saturdays, Ulmer hasn't visited any schools this fall.
But, he is hearing from colleges including Alabama and others. He still holds offers from Maryland, Boston College, Syracuse and North Carolina as well.
Is he leaning any which way?
"I'm going to keep it even," he said. "I'm not going to throw it out there yet, that there is a leader or anything. I'm just focusing on trying to get my team to a championship this year."
Through six games, Ulmer posted approximately 1,000-yards rushing and 700-yards passing along with 15 touchdowns.
"The season is going really well," he said. "I'm leading the WCAC in rushing and passing.
"There is not real difference in how I'm playing this year. I am bigger, stronger and faster, I also have better mechanics."