Dyserts stock remains red hot

CLEVELAND – Looking for the fastest rising quarterback in the Buckeye State?
That honor looks to belong to Ada, Ohio, standout Zac Dysert. After a strong showing at Tuesday's Elite Skills Camp at the Cleveland Browns Stadium, the momentum just continues for the 6-foot-3, 180-pound pro-style passer.
"Zac's got three more offers," his mother, Carla Dysert, said. "Central Michigan, Western Michigan and Akron offered. Miami University is supposed to offer really soon too. They called coach Mike Fell a couple of times on Tuesday."
Dysert's performance on Tuesday comes off the heels of a weekend visit to Ball State. Dysert said the visit went a lot better than he anticipated.
"It was much nicer than we thought it was going to be," Dysert said. "I really liked it a lot, and I loved the coaches. They showed me and my family around campus and really gave us the red carpet treatment. They talked to me about coming in and being the next guy in line to be the quarterback behind Nate Davis. That was something that is really appealing."
But don't be surprised if some Big Ten schools enter the picture. Michigan State has already been by the school to check him out, and he said he noticed coaches from Iowa, Illinois and Purdue showing him a lot of interest on Tuesday.
With previous offers from Cincinnati, Ball State and Troy, Dysert has some tough choices ahead of himself, especially if more BCS schools show him a lot of interest. At this point, though he said he really likes Cincinnati, Purdue and Pittsburgh.