Trevor Siemian is a quarterback prospect from Orlando (Fla.) Olympia High School. Sieman, 6-2 and 180 pounds, had a big time junior campaign, completing 71% of his passes for 2,597 yards, 25 touchdowns and only seven interceptions.
"We had a lot of fun last year because we throw the ball a lot," Siemian said. "Just about everyone is coming back so we should have fun again. I really can't wait.
"I would say I am an accurate passer that makes good decisions with the football. I don't force things and I am pretty consistent in the pocket. I need to keep working on my arm strength and putting more RPMs on the ball. I need to spin it more. It's tough to do coming out of baseball."
Siemian played baseball this spring. He played shortstop, third base and left field and hit close to .390.
"I am not going to play baseball this summer so I can do the football thing. I want to camp at some schools, take some visits and hopefully make my decision by the end of the summer."
According to Siemian he has scholarship offers from Rutgers, Duke, FIU, ECU, Tulane, Syracuse, Western Michigan, and Middle Tennessee.
"Things started happening about a month ago. My coach said it would but still hard to believe. Right now I am just open with the process and I want to check everyone out.
"I saw Miami, Auburn, FSU and North Carolina last summer. I went to FIU earlier this spring. I want to see the schools that have offered me. Teams like Purdue, NC State, and FAU are close to offering. Florida State says they will make a decision about me this spring. Miami is supposed to come by as well."
Siemian says many of the schools are trying to get him to come to their respective camps. He will do what he can, see what he can and hope to have a decision before the season starts this fall.
"I want to have good relationship with the coaches because I know I will be there for four years. I want to win. I don't want to lose. I hate losing."