DC athlete takes in camps

Washington (D.C.) Dunbar athlete Nathan Bussey has taken in two camps this summer. The 6-foot-2, 202-pounder made trips to Louisville and Illinois. How did he do at each place and does he have any other visits planned?
"The camp at Louisville was good," he said. "Basically I went out there and tried out as a quarterback and wide receiver to see if they would offer me a scholarship. It was fun and I had a good time. I got to talk to a few of their coaches and they all told me that they need an athletic quarterback like me. I'm waiting to see if they'll offer. The coaches told me they plan to get together and then will get back with me.
"Illinois was good too, they want me as a safety. They think I can be an impact guy for them at that position and they signed Vontae Davis this past year, who is a friend of mine."
Bussey will camp at Maryland this week and wants to take an unofficial visit to Temple as well.
"I want to go to those schools and check them out more," he said. "Both schools seem real positive about me visiting and I want to get to know them and their programs better."
Currently the D.C. prospect holds five offers from Illinois, Temple, Kent State, Fordham and Towson. Does he have any favorite schools?
"I'm not leaning anywhere now," he said. "I'll probably begin to start cutting down my list during the season after a couple games.
"I'm just looking for a good education and environment. I need somewhere I can play for four years and stay out of trouble. As for my position, I'm very open-minded about where I play, it doesn't matter much to me."