Class of 2016 Fort Wayne (Ind.) Bishop Luers quarterback Noah Wezensky has had a busy spring and he's hoping it pays off with a fruitful summer. Several schools continue to show interest in the rising junior, including a few big-time programs.
"I would say Michigan State is talking to me the most," Wezensky said. "Indiana, Toledo and Notre Dame are in regular contact, too."
While Wezensky said he's flattered by interest from every school, he said the Spartans remain the school at the top of his list.
"I've been in contact with coaches there for the last year and half," he said. "I've visited there five times already. I'm going to go to the camp this summer and hopefully something will come out of it. That's the offer I want."
Last year Wezensky camped at Michigan State, where he played his way onto the Spartans' radar. Now he's hoping he can do it again this summer and earn an offer.
"They might come by and see me in the spring," he said. "But I think my audition will be at the camp. I went last year and impressed them and that's how we got in contact so hopefully things go well this year."
While he's known for his ability as a passer, Wezensky said the Michigan State coaches are also impressed with his athleticism.
"I can fit into Michigan State's offense and maybe even take it a step further because they're looking for a guy who can use his legs as well," he said. "I think I can bring that to table."
Wezensky is also planning to camp at a few other schools in hopes of earning an offer.
"Indiana for sure, I feel like an offer will come if I camp there," he said. "Notre Dame like I did last year, I might go to Michigan as well and Texas invited me down there for their quarterback camp so we'll see if I can make that trip."