"Wyoming, I actually just got off the phone with a coach from Bowling Green. I just called him. I hear from Iowa State, Illinois State, Western Michigan, Central Michigan, Duke was, but I don't think they are anymore."
Perschon says he has not visited any of those schools yet, but is visiting Bowling Green this week.
Part of his week will also include working out at Core 6, a training ground for top prospects in the Chicago area, to make sure he's ready for college camps and the fall season.
"I work out once a week for speed and once for form technique. As of right now, the workouts are very intense."
The program is run by three former Big Ten players and offensive line specialist Mike Jones, an All-Conference performer at Iowa has helped Perschon along.
"Mike Jones does a good job. I'm comfortable with what we're doing," Perschon explained. "He's helped me with my footwork, my speed, foot speed, and conditioning. It's absolutely intense. There are very little breaks. It's really helped conditioning and all that."
With work ethic like that, schools can expect to see an even better Perschon very soon.