Who leads for dual-threat QB

Dual-threat quarterback Britt Davis has caught the eye of college coaches with his athleticism, and he's earned several offers. Who are his leaders?
"Indiana and Northern Illinois are the top two at this point," said Davis. "Northern Illinois is doing great this year, so I think they'll have a very good program in the future. They're definitely gaining a lot of respect. Indiana has a good coaching staff, and even though they're struggling I really like the school."
Both schools have offered the 6-foot-3, 185-pound quarterback from Riverside (Ill.) Brookfield, as have other schools such as Toledo, Bowling Green and Ball State.

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"Bowling Green, Michigan State and Iowa are three others I like a lot. Bowling Green is another MAC school like NIU that has impressed a lot of people. People were surprised when they beat Purdue this year, but they got some publicity last year too. Michigan State really looks like they're on the rise, and I like the toughness of the Iowa team."
When can we expect a decision?
"For a while I was thinking about setting a date, but I don't think that's the best thing to do right now. I still want to visit some schools and take some more time to think about things. That will all happen in it's own time."