"That's where I felt I fit in best, I think I can succeed there, and it's where I'm most comfortable."
That comfort comes from a coaching staff that Weyler has built a strong relationship with.
"They're just all really good guys. They're really honest with you, they've flipped the program around. They've been winning, so the best years are ahead of them."
Weyler has played both guard and tackle for the Elks, and in college, he could again be looked at for multiple spots.
"They're looking to play me on inside at guard or center. They graduate three starters there after this season and I think I have good chance to play early."
The timing of the decision allows Weyler to enjoy his senior year, one where he and his team are shooting for the highest of goals.
"I did want to focus on my senior year and the time just felt right. I was ready to commit to Bowling Green get it over with. This year, we definitely want to compete for the state title. I think, last year, we struggled for Centerville, it would have been a good year for other schools, but going 6-4 is unacceptable. We want to win a GWOC title and compete for a state title."