Hoops or gridiron for QB

Top schools across the country have shown an interest in 6-foot-5, 200-pound quarterback Rick Kresinske. Does the Virginia Beach (Va.) Atlantic Shores star have any early favorites?
"Not right now, I'm looking at everyone," he said. "I have been getting a lot of letters though from Miami, Michigan, Tennessee, North Carolina State, Louisville, Fresno State, Michigan State, Oklahoma, East Carolina, Virginia and others."
Recently the quarterback visited East Carolina for an unofficial visit.
"I loved it down there and if anyone is up there for me it would be them," he said. "East Carolina had a real homey feel and their coaches told me why they are good instead of why other places are bad. I really liked Skip Holtz. I talked to him for a little bit and he's hoping I'll camp there."
Kresinske is looking for a few things out of his future college.
"I really want to be somewhat close to home," he said. "I also would like a place to give me an opportunity to play. I understand playing as a freshman is not possible at most places, but it would be nice if I got a chance."
This spring Kresinske plans to attend the Nike Camp at Clemson, Adidas camp and the Elite 11 quarterback camp at Penn State.
In just eight games last year, the quarterback prospect accounted for over 2,500 yards and 27 touchdowns. He went on to be named first team all-state quarterback and second team all-state as a punter.
Besides being a star player on the gridiron, Kresinske is impressive on the hardwood too.
"I'm getting recruited by a few schools like VCU for basketball," he said. "I don't think I'll pursue basketball in college as it is something I just like playing, but I average 12 points and 11 rebounds per game. I was named all-conference and conference MVP runner-up last season."