Dallas QB has clear leader

The offer hasn't come yet, but Dallas (Texas) Skyline quarterback Anthony Norice looks to be changing that fact after finishing up some test taking dates.
After his first SAT score was in, the 6-foot, 172-pound athlete will be taking the test again to improve his score and open the doors to what looks to be on-the-verge offers. Texas Tech, Kansas State, and Colorado State seem to be the most interested institutions, while Norice has a favorite.
"Colorado State is kind of the favorite," Norice said. "After I take my test a second time I think they'll go ahead and offer. They were the first school to talk with me and they seem like a school that could fit me best."
The Colorado State coaching staff also says that he could take his three year-old daughter with him to school with no worries. While other schools haven't come out and said that it would be okay, Norice is satisfied enough to make the Rams the current choice-to-be.
"If they offer, I'm going to commit on the spot," Norice said. "They said they could help me with care for her and I wouldn't have to worry about too much. She's important to me and the coach always asks if she's doing okay."
While Norice lines up at quarterback for Skyline, his playing days at the next level look to be at receiver. In fact, he prefers the switch.
"They just needed a quarterback and I was the man to do it," he said. "I've always wanted to play receiver so this is a good fit.