Wozniak has had a great spring

Loveland, Ohio, tight end Brian Wozniak has had a solid spring, earning a number of early scholarship offers and impressing at both the Five-Star Academy and the recent NIKE Training Camp.
The 6-foot-5, 224-pounder already has a slew of scholarship offers from Air Force, Louisville, Akron, Bowling Green, Kent, Miami of Ohio, Ohio, Toledo and is getting heavy interest from plenty of Big Ten schools. The list of Big Ten schools includes Indiana and Wisconsin.
"Actually I have heard from Indiana in the spring," Wozniak said. "The Big Ten school that really has been on me is Wisconsin. I talk to Joe Rudolph every week. Wisconsin is a good school. It is very tight-end oriented. When I visited them in April for spring practice, I liked what all the coaches had to say."
As a junior, Wozniak was named his team's most valuable player after he had 22 receptions for 331 yards, 57 tackles, 2.5 sacks and two touchdowns. He was honored with first-team all-conference honors. In basketball, he was also named his team's MVP and all-conference.
With the solid offers on his resume and plenty of big-time attention, Wozniak said he would love to get the process over with early.
"I would like to commit early to get it off my chest," he said. "It wouldn't really bother me if I committed early or sometime next year. What I will probably do is, go to a game, or a camp and talk to the coaches. I haven't even thought about a press conference."
Wozniak said a few schools have even talked to him about playing on the defensive side of the ball.
"Maryland, Colorado, and Northwestern all like me at Linebacker or defensive end," he said. "I like playing tight end a lot though, but I wouldn't mind playing defense in college."