Ann Arbor Skyline has a talented roster of big play makers that includes Purdue commit Jordan Woods, but also another receiver with a lot of potential in Theron Wilson.
A big, 6'2, 195-lb receiver, Wilson has provided numerous big plays on defense, offense, and special teams to help a team that went 0-9 last year start 2-1 this year.
Along the way, the college interest has started, and he picked up a scholarship offer from Eastern Michigan over the summer.
"That's it right now," he explained. "Western Illinois is probably about to offer me sometime soon. They've been talking to my coach."
In addition to those schools, Wilson says, "I talked to Central Michigan and Western Michigan, but my coach and I are trying to put me in position to get more, so we're starting that process."
Wilson took a visit to Eastern Michigan last weekend and saw the Eagles knock off Alabama State.
"They're trying to rebuild," he said. "They got new coaches recently, so it's looking good."
If Wilson continues performing the way he has so far this season, the Eagles may not be alone on his offer list for long. He says his main priority is winning though, and the fast start has propelled him and his teammates.
"It was great," he said of their first win. "We have lots of confidence now."