Three-star Sean Wiser (6-2, 190, 4.55) from Westlake Village (Calif.) Oak Christian has had a tremendous off-season and has been a man among boys whenever Oaks Christian participated in a seven-on-seven passing league tournament.
Most recently Wiser opened up eyes at the NIKE Passing League Championship held at Long Beach Memorial Stadium.
Jimmy Clausen won the Tournament MVP partially because of Wiser's fine play.
This talented wide receiver ran great routes and burned some top-notch competition in the bargain. He scored two touchdowns while being guarded by the highly coveted four-star corner, Donovan Warren from Long Beach (Calif.) Poly.
The two-way standout is setting one official visit and then a decision should be forthcoming.
"Recruiting has been going pretty much the same," Wiser said. "I'm still interested in the same four schools."
"I think I will be setting an official visit in early September to Virginia," Wiser said. "They have been recruiting me heavily and like their academics and the recruiting class they already have committed."
"I need to check the school Virginia out," Wiser said. "Virginia is the last school that I need to see that really interests me."
"Stanford, Oregon and Duke are the other schools I'm interested in," Wiser said. "I want to make my decision soon after my visit to Virginia. I don't want my recruitment to go on too long after my visit."
Wiser earned all-league, all-CIF and was all-academic as a junior.
On the offensive side of the ball Wiser caught 42 passes for 910 yards and 13 touchdowns.
On defense, Wiser accounted for 52 tackles and four interceptions. In the classroom, Wiser carries a better than perfect 4.2 GPA.
Wiser could also be a solid safety on the D-I level if wide receiver doesn't work out.