Quarterback Dustin Sherer could be on the verge of landing another scholarship offer from a Big Ten school, the Wisconsin Badgers.
"This past week I went to six one day camps," Sherer said. "I went to Purdue, Michigan, Michigan State, Wisconsin, Ohio State, and I go to Notre Dame on Tuesday."
"Cincinnati and Ball State have offered now. Indiana, Iowa, Illinois, along with Bowling Green and Western Michigan had already offered."
"I'm looking at Indiana, Illinois, and Iowa obviously. But probably Michigan, Ohio State, and Purdue are my top three. And Wisconsin is up there. I was at Madison on Friday. It was real nice."
"I think I'm high on Wisconsin's list. They are going to go for their number one guy (at quarterback), whoever that is. I don't know if that is me or not."
The 6-foot-2 and 205 pound Sherer, from Westfield, Ind., is the top quarterback prospect in the Hoosier state. He completed 55% of his passes for 2216 yards during his junior season. Sherer connected for 17 touchdowns, rushed for five, and was intercepted six times.