During the month of June, rising junior quarterback Tyler Cogswell from Plantation (Fla.) American Heritage hit the road to visit a pair of schools - Indiana and Boston College.
The 6-foot-4, 212-pound signal-caller enjoyed his time in Bloomington checking out the Hoosiers.
"Indiana, the campus was beautiful there, and I really liked it a lot because the camp was good," Cogswell said. "There was really good competition up there. It was a good camp to go to."
While he is just getting ready to begin his junior season, Cogswell is already building a relationship with the staff at Indiana.
"I have been dealing with Coach Brandon Shelby and Coach Rod Smith, who is the quarterbacks coach," Cogswell said. "They said they liked what they saw at the camp and they just want to see me play next year in a few games and then they will talk to me more."
As for his trip to Chestnut Hill to check out the Eagles of Boston College, Cogswell said his four-day visit was well worth it.
"Their campus was really nice too," Cogswell said. "The weather was really nice while I was up there. The camp was great because it was a four-day camp and it was competitive every day."
Cogswell talked about his interaction with Coach Frank Spaziani's staff at Boston College.
"They said they like me a lot," Cogswell said. "They just want to see me throw more and see how I do this coming season. I am going to stay in touch with Coach (Kevin) Rogers and Coach (Ryan) Day from there."
In addition to the interest from Indiana and Boston College, Cogswell said he is also hearing from New Hampshire. The Wildcats had a coach present at Boston College's camp.
At this time, Cogswell has no upcoming trips planned.