Whitehall, Pennsylvania junior quarterback Chris Polony has already proved that he can help an offense move the chains effectively from the shotgun but now he's looking to expand his game.
Last fall Polony passed for about 1,400 yards and 14 touchdowns with just four interceptions, displaying solid efficiency for a high school quarterback.
He knows that in order to pick up interest from some schools out there, however, he will have to broaden his skill set.
"Right now I'm working on my 5-step drop from under center," Polony told Rivals.com on Tuesday. "We're mostly a shotgun team but I know at the next level (teams) are going to need me to do that."
UConn, Pitt and Virginia are a few of the schools that have shown interest in the 6-foot-3, 200-pound quarterback, but it's a couple of others that appear to have the most interest.
"This past weekend I went to Rutgers for a scrimmage," he said. "Three weeks before that they asked me to come down to tour the campus and I did that too. I met the dean and went down for a spring practice.
"I think things are getting serious (with Rutgers). They're going to come down to my high school in May to watch me throw."
Polony said coaches from Boston College will also visit his school to watch him throw.
He will be camping at Temple with his team and Boston College individually this summer.