William Ulmer's offer list has started to grow again. The dual-threat quarterback from Washington (D.C.) St. John's College High has added a few offers to a list that already included Florida State, Georgia Tech, North Carolina, Maryland and others.
"I'm been picking up a few offers lately," said the 6-foot-1, 190-pound Ulmer. "The most recent one is from Wisconsin about a week ago. They run a pro-style offense and I know it is a powerhouse program. They want me as an athlete on offense.
"West Virginia was before Wisconsin," he said. "They are really high on me. They've told I'm one of their top priorities. They want to get me own there soon for a couple days so I can meet the coaches. They want me as an athlete and have said they want to turn me into the next Tavon Austin."
May of the schools that have offered Ulmer see him as an athlete instead of a quarterback and he says he is fine with that.
"It depends what school but I would like to play quarterback in college but if they want me to change I wouldn't mind," Ulmer said.
Ohio State, Oregon, USF and Alabama are in contact with Ulmer and he is in the process of planning some visits.
"I have a visit set up for Boston College on April 13 and I'll probably visit West Virginia and a few other schools soon," he said. "I'd like to visit Nebraska, Ohio State and pretty much all the schools that have offered me."
A decision may be a little far off in the distance for Ulmer but he does know how he wants his recruitment to progress.
"I will probably narrow my list down when I get to 20 or 25 offers, hopefully before football season," said Ulmer.
Last season, Ulmer racked up 2,800 yards of total offense and 25 touchdowns.