Bishop Luers in Fort Wayne has been home to several major football recruits over the years and they have one of the top young talents in the Midwest right now in freshman quarterback Noah Wezensky.
Already 6'3, 185-pounds, Wezensky started several games last year for the eventual state champions, tossing four touchdowns and accumulating 702 yards through the air.
Colleges have already come calling, and last week, he had a major milestone in his recruitment when Akron became the first school to offer.
"I'm feeling pretty pumped. I'm super excited because I'm a 2016 prospect and it's starting so early."
Wezensky says he will look to set up a visit with the Zips for this summer, but nothing is currently hammered down.
The offer is part of a good offseason which includes an MVP honor at the Best of the Midwest Combine. He will attend several other camps in June in hopes of continuing that success.
"I'll be at Elite 11 June 1st in Columbus. I'll be at Indiana's one day camp June 12, MSU's one-day camp, Notre Dame for sure and then I have to make a decision on either Cincinnati's one day quarterback camp or Michigan State's two day camp because I wouldn't make it to both."
The next month should serve to further propel this young prospect who is already off and running.
"It's pretty early and everything, but I'm thinking June is going to help me out. I'm hearing from Indiana, Penn Stat sent some mail, Michigan State, which is why I'm going there and Cincinnati. I'm hoping to hear from Notre Dame."
Wezensky trains with and plays on the 7 on 7 circuit with AWP Sports Performance out of Fort Wayne.