Michigan QB gaining interest

With offers from two in-state programs one of the top quarterbacks in Michigan is starting to garner interest from BCS programs.
Tony Annese, a 6-foot-1, 205-pound pro-style quarterback from Rochester Hills (Mich.) Adams, has received offers from Central and Eastern Michigan.
He has Central Michigan at the top of his list for now, along with a couple of other schools.
"Cincinnati's showing a lot of interest and Northwestern has too," Annese said. "Indiana and Purdue have also and I've talked to Michigan State.
"I would say Central Michigan is obviously a favorite because they've offered. I also would probably put Cincinnati and Michigan State up there."
Annese plans on camping at Northwestern, Cincinnati and Toledo because those schools have told him they would like to see him work out.
So far he hasn't visited any of those schools mentioned. Northwestern has asked him for his ACT score.
Last fall Annese totaled 1,800 yards of offense (900 rushing, 900 passing) with 22 total touchdowns and 51 tackles on defense.