Pitt, Penn State will check in on Ill. QB

Class of 2015 Carol Stream (Ill.) Glendbard North quarterback Brett Gasiorowski is still waiting on his first major scholarship offer, but he's hoping that will change in the coming weeks.
"I've been talking to a lot of schools lately and I think once they come and see me throw this spring that a few offers will come in," The 6-foot-4, 193-pound quarterback said. "I think Pittsburgh or Penn State will be the next to offer. I think once they see me in person and I can reassure what they've seen on tape I'll be in good shape."
Recently Gasiorowski has visited both the Panters and the Nittany Lions as well as Illinois and a few other schools. At this point he said he's most receptive to what the Panthers coaches are telling him.
"Pitt is telling me they really like what they see on tape and they like that I'm a pro-style guy who can do a lot of the stuff they like," he said. "When I visited I met the coaching staff they were great and I saw the facilities and they're great too."
As a pure pro-style quarterback, Gasiorowski said he thinks he's an ideal fit for Pitt's offense.
"I think I would fit very well into their scheme," he said. "They have a pro-style offense and they have a great coach and it seems like a great school."
Penn State has stayed in regular contact as well and when he visited Happy Valley the Nittany Lions new staff also made a good impression.
"It was a good trip," he said. "I watched some film with their quarterback coach and they're one of the schools come to watch me. They keep talking to me about how excited they are to see me so that's a good thing."
When it comes to visits and camps this summer, Gasiorowski said it all depends on the feedback he gets this spring.
"I'm not sure how many visits I'm going to take," he said. "A bunch of schools are coming to see me throw so that would be nice if they made their decision off of that instead of me having to travel and go throw for them on campus."